Who killed Brian Laundrie? '1000% a coverup', says Internet as skeletal remains found

Brian Laundrie's remains were found in Florida's Myakkahatachee Creek Environmental Park


                            Who killed Brian Laundrie? '1000% a coverup', says Internet as skeletal remains found
Brian Laundrie's death has raised a lot of questions (Twitter/@getintomila)

Brian Laundrie is officially a dead man. FBI confirmed his death saying remains found in Florida's Myakkahatachee Creek Environmental Park belongs to Laundrie. The family of Gabby Petito who had been vocal while the FBI, Dog the Bounty Hunter, John Walsh, and other authorities searched for their daughter's fugitive boyfriend, has gone silent over the sudden discovery. His remains being identified marked the end of a manhunt that people across the globe were tuned into. A lot of questions still remain unanswered including who killed him, when did he die, and what was the cause of his death.

For the uninitiated, Laundrie went missing in mid-September, a couple of days after his girlfriend was reported missing. The two were on a cross-country trip from which only Laundrie returned following which he camped up at his parents' Florida home. Petito's parents said there was no response from the Laundrie's over Petito's whereabouts and they had to file a missing report.

Laundrie had refused to talk to the police and made an eyebrow-raising decision of hiring an attorney. He then went missing and his parents reported the same to authorities. Since then, there were multiple sightings being reported but none helped nab the fugitive who was the only person of interest in Gabby Petito's disappearance. Her remains were found and identified following which Laundrie became a POI in her death as well, the cause of which was revealed as homicide and she died by strangulation. 

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Who killed Brian Laundrie?

On October 20, a day after the Myakkahatacheee Creek Environmental Park was reopened to the public, Laundrie's own parents found his belongings including his notebook and backpack near his skeletal remains. All this was found after a "brief" search off a hiking trail that he frequented and the place was just 10 minutes off his family home.

No records for the cause and manner of his death have been released by authorities and the FBI hasn't said anything about when to expect more information. There's a lot to unpack here and too many questions still remain up in the air, however, the Internet is rife with multiple theories as well as opinions. A lot are of the opinion that this has to be some kind of coverup as the 23-year-old's "skeletal remains" were discovered. 

"How is Brian Laundrie’s body already bones??? He didn’t even die a month ago??? This is 10000% a cover-up I don’t believe any of this," a user tweeted. As for who could have killed him, there are a lot of fingers that are being pointed at the Laundries. "What if it was because Chris Laundrie took the mustang away that lead to Brian Laundries demise? He had no phone so how was he supposed to get home? They left him there to die, basically," tweeted a second. "@TVAshleigh Is there something missing here? How did Brian die? Did Mr. Laundrie do something to Brian? When Brian went for a "hike" in the reserve? Maybe that's why they hid in their house and didn't go looking for him after he was reported missing?" another user tweeted. "Went to the reserve but weeks after announced they made a mistake in the timeline that he went there. With as weird as this case has been, I wouldn’t for one second doubt there the parents killed Brian Laundrie. Time will tell. But nothing seems too far fetched in this case," noted another.



 



 



 



 

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