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Wypipo going CRAZY for this Gabby Petito case

nysister

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Yeah that white woman privilege disappears when they want to protect white men.

I hope they find him and throw him under the jail. How disgusting can you be, to kill someone, come back home without them and then refuse to say anything. His parents are trash too.
 

Kanky

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Why are police asking why the parents didn’t stop him from going hiking? If the cops had evidence that he committed a crime then they should’ve stopped him. That is their job. Why are they acting like the parents should’ve taken away a grown man’s cell phone and Nintendo Switch until he ate his vegetables, cleaned his room and confessed to murder?
 

dancinstallion

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There is no way I would allow my son to be in my house and remain silent about his missing fiancee, when he was the last person with her and most likely killed her.

I would have kicked him out day one when he returned without her. She lived with his parents too and he drove HER van all the way home without her.

He can not talk to the police all he wants but it won't be in my house. I have cut people off for less and we are talking about MURDER. Da fuq
 

Kanky

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There is no way I would allow my son to be in my house and remain silent about his missing fiancee, when he was the last person with her and most likely killed her.

I would have kicked him out day one when he returned without her. She lived with his parents too and he drove HER van all the way home without her.
You would assume that your son killed his fiancé because she hadn’t called her family? I would assume that they broke up and she was sulking… I mean who knows what he actually told them. But I don’t think it is normal to jump to “my son is a MURDERER get out!” They also don’t know that he was the last person to see her alive.

I am assuming that he killed her because I don’t give random white dudes the benefit of the doubt, :lol: but I don’t think that it unreasonable for his parents not to assume that. The police haven’t even released a cause of death or arrest warrant yet.
 

dancinstallion

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If my daughter was missing, I would want him to talk. I am keeping that same energy if he were my son. He needs to speak up and make it make sense how your fiancee is missing when yall were on a road trip together, he didn't call the police, and now he is back home without her. It doesn't make sense.
 

dancinstallion

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You would assume that your son killed his fiancé because she hadn’t called her family? I would assume that they broke up and she was sulking… I mean who knows what he actually told them. But I don’t think it is normal to jump to “my son is a MURDERER get out!” They also don’t know that he was the last person to see her alive.

I am assuming that he killed her because I don’t give random white dudes the benefit of the doubt, :lol: but I don’t think that it unreasonable for his parents not to assume that. The police haven’t even released a cause of death or arrest warrant yet.

I would assume that my son was a protector and would protect his fiancee. Since he didn't sound the alarm that something happened, he didn't stay in the area where he last saw her , he drove thousands of miles in her vehicle without her, and is now not talking about. Yes the obvious answer was he killed her and ditched her body.

If they broke up then how the he!! does he have her car? What kind of Ninja move is that? They break up and he takes her vehicle and leaves her?!!! Naw I would really be pissed. :mad::pyro:
 

Black Ambrosia

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I feel bad for her family because stuff like this leaves a void that’s never filled. A cousin of mine disappeared 10 years ago. His parents assume he’s dead but they don’t know. No one talks about it but I know they still hope he’s alive and turns up one day.

Hopefully those remains are hers and they can at least move to a grieving stage instead of hoping for a miracle months and years later. Obviously best case scenario is that she’s alive but that seems unlikely.
 

Peppermynt

Defying Gravity
I feel bad for her family because stuff like this leaves a void that’s never filled. A cousin of mine disappeared 10 years ago. His parents assume he’s dead but they don’t know. No one talks about it but I know they still hope he’s alive and turns up one day.

Hopefully those remains are hers and they can at least move to a grieving stage instead of hoping for a miracle months and years later. Obviously best case scenario is that she’s alive but that seems unlikely.
What remains?
 

Kanky

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If my daughter was missing, I would want him to talk. I am keeping that same energy if he were my son. He needs to speak up and make it make sense how your fiancee is missing when yall were on a road trip together, he didn't call the police, and now he is back home without her. It doesn't make sense.
If a cop asks me if I have the time, my response is to speak with my attorney. I would not talk to the police under these circumstances.

If the son is not a murderer and knew what happened and could help then he should’ve spoken to the cops with an attorney present. If he is guilty or had no idea where she went next or what happened then talking to the police makes no sense. There are very few instances where speaking to the police is a good idea. Anyone who speaks to the police without an attorney is a fool. Any attorney will tell you to remain silent.
 

Ivonnovi

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IMO, I knew he was guilty and that she wasn't going to fare well from this.

I've personally knew of a sitchu' close to this scenario. But instead he beat her and left her suffering whilst he drove her vehilce across two states to their former residence for the "holiday weekend". The authorities had to be dispatched to their home where they found her badly beaten and pregnant.

It is an Weak @ick Move to leave with a woman's car and go back to momma'n'em's house; and offer no explination as to where the woman is. EVEN IF IT's TRUE that SHE was mentally unstable, hop your grown man arse on a bus, plane, or train and leave; you are not entitled to her vehicle...(nor her body). {I wonder whose creditcards this KANG used to pay for gas}
 
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Kanky

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IMO, I knew he was guilty and that she wasn't going to rare well from this.

I've personally knew of a sitchu' close to this scenario. But instead he beat her and left her suffering whilst he drove her vehilce across two states to their former residence for the "holiday weekend". The authorities had to be dispatched to their home where they found her badly beaten and pregnant.

It is an Weak @ick Move to leave with a woman's car and go back to momma'n'em's house; and offer no explination as to where the woman is. EVEN IF IT's TRUE that SHE was mentally unstable, hop your grown man arse on a bus, plane, or train and leave; you are not entitled to her vehicle...(or her body). {I wonder whose credit cards this KANG used to pay for gas}
I thought it was possible that he left her alive and acting crazy in the woods, where she was killed by a stranger/committed suicide/was eaten by mountain lions, but his taking the van is what made me think that he killed her. Because what woman is going to let you leave her with no shelter in the woods? But then the fact that he was home for so long before he disappeared is weird too. Because if you killed someone would you really just go home and act like nothing happened for 2 weeks before running?
 
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Ivonnovi

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..... Because what woman is going to let you leave her with no shelter in the woods? But then the fact that he was home for so long before he disappeared is weird too. Because if you killed someone would you really just go home and act like nothing happened for 2 weeks before running?
Street rules say "YES!" to the bolded. Don't bolt until you have to; plus in some states (i'm not looking their specifics up) you can't be charged with murder unless there's a body;
Plus: he may have a relative on the Police force that gave him a heads-up that remains have been found. or He needed to get some $$ together before running
Either way he's not the first Criminal to play this game. As a Parent these are support choices I hope to never have to make; but then my kids already know that I ain't about that life. I'll be supportive and offer wise counsel but there's some bullshiggidy you'd be on your own with.
 

dancinstallion

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The sad part is she missed the red flag and warning sign which ultimately caused her to lose her life. The last red flag was when the police were called in August when he locked her out of her car and she was crying. That was a sign, that this is not it abort mission, and she should have headed back home without him instead of him heading home without her.

May she RIP.
 

Kanky

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The sad part is she missed the red flag and warning sign which ultimately caused her to lose her life. The last red flag was when the police were called in August when he locked her out of her car and she was crying. That was a sign, that this is not it abort mission, and she should have headed back home without him instead of him heading home without her.

May she RIP.
There were some other women who were murdered while camping around the same time and place who complained about a creepy guy in the woods. But for some reason they didn’t listen to their instincts and leave either.


Here is the police video of Gabby and Brian in case anyone else is as nosey as I am. She was the one cited for domestic violence, but he seemed a little off to me as well.

 

Ms. Tarabotti

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Street rules say "YES!" to the bolded. Don't bolt until you have to; plus in some states (i'm not looking their specifics up) you can't be charged with murder unless there's a body;
Plus: he may have a relative on the Police force that gave him a heads-up that remains have been found. or He needed to get some $$ together before running
Either way he's not the first Criminal to play this game. As a Parent these are support choices I hope to never have to make; but then my kids already know that I ain't about that life. I'll be supportive and offer wise counsel but there's some bullshiggidy you'd be on your own with.
I already told everyone- don't call me to get rid of a body- I'm snitching the first chance I get.
If you come home from a cross country trip without every person that left with you, you have some explaining to do. And if your explanation is suspicious, well then you'd be talking to the police on your own.
 

Ivonnovi

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Missing W Wmen Syndrome is the same reason why the Nation seems to be so infactuated with the Lil'Miss Jon Bennet (the 6y/o that was murdered in her GA home back in the day....and her parent's had her on the Beauty Pagent Circut). Same with the Smart girl that was kidnapped from her home. For the life of me I couldn't understand why the media flooded the airways with pic's of a 10y/o girl, when actually the Smart girl was 15....I found that very countereffective to the search efforts.

During the same time, it seemed that if you had darker skin or hair and came up missing the coverage was MUCH less intense....If you had both, you'd do great with a run in the local news for a few days.
 

Peppermynt

Defying Gravity
There were some other women who were murdered while camping around the same time and place who complained about a creepy guy in the woods. But for some reason they didn’t listen to their instincts and leave either.


Here is the police video of Gabby and Brian in case anyone else is as nosey as I am. She was the one cited for domestic violence, but he seemed a little off to me as well.

Interesting.

The 911 caller that drove past the van when it was parked stated he was slapping her (that's specifcally why they called). I assume that was either before this traffic stop and not after he picks her up the next day. But what if the slapping happened the next day? Hmmm ...

I will say the cops treated them both respectfully. Would be great if that was how all of these traffic stop interactions went.

ETA - she was not cited for DV.
 
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Kanky

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Interesting.

The 911 caller that drove past the van when it was parked stated he was slapping her (that's specifcally why they called). I assume that was either before this traffic stop and not after he picks her up the next day. But what if the slapping happened the next day? Hmmm ...

I will say the cops treated them both respectfully. Would be great if that was how all of these traffic stop interactions went.

ETA - she was not cited for DV.
They gave him a restraining order against her that he had to go to the police station the next day and release. He was the only one with any injuries and she said that he didn’t hit her but that she hit him. Maybe she was abused and lying, but if he’d wanted to press charges they’d have arrested her.
 

Theresamonet

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^^ It’s actually not even true though that he’d be in jail if he were black. Not sure why so many are saying this. History has clearly shown otherwise. Does anyone remember the pregnant mail carrier who is still missing? They let the obvious (black) murder suspect, the baby’s father, go. He also took that opportunity to get in the wind.
 

Peppermynt

Defying Gravity
They gave him a restraining order against her that he had to go to the police station the next day and release. He was the only one with any injuries and she said that he didn’t hit her but that she hit him. Maybe she was abused and lying, but if he’d wanted to press charges they’d have arrested her.
No they dropped all that. Toward the end of the bodycam video they said they weren't citing her. All they did was take him to a hotel and left her with the van. And they "encouraged" them not to speak until the next day.
 
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