Fox News tweeted a video of protestors standing outside Cassie’s home on Saturday (October 2nd) as they demand she talk to the FBI about the whereabouts of Gabby Petito’s fiance. “’PICK UP THE PHONE AND CALL THE FBI’: Protesters move from home of Brian Laundrie’s parents to home of his sister as questions swirl around her story.”
Cassie previously spoke to Good Morning America about how she wishes she could talk to her younger brother about what happened to Gabby Petito. She stated at the time she had cooperated in every way she can. She also wished she actually had any information or she would give more. “I talked to the police the second they called.”
Cassie then stated that she and her family wanted Gabby Petito to be found alive. She also considered Petito as a sister. “My children love her. All I want is for her to come home safe and sound. [For all] this to just be a big misunderstanding.”
Brian Laundrie’s sister also admitted that the domestic dispute situation looked pretty typical between her brother and Gabby Petito. “Whenever they fight, they would take a little break and come back and be fine.”
Did Cassie Laundrie Actually See Her Brother After Gabby Petito Went Missing?
Cassie previously stated that she didn’t make any contact with Gabby Petito’s fiance since he returned to Florida. But Steven Bertolino, the Laundrie family lawyer, recently confirmed that Cassie was actually present at the Fort De Soto Campgrounds last month with her family, including her brother Brian.
Bertolino initially told News Nation Now correspondent Brian Entin that Cassie went to the campground for a day. Bertolino also sent more information about Cassie’s involvement. He said she saw Gabby Petito’s fiance on September 1st when he stopped by her home. She also saw him again on September 6th at the Fort De Soto Park.
The lawyer further observed, “Law enforcement agencies are well aware of these dates. Any prior communication by Cassie that does not reflect these dates is simply a difference of relating an answer to a question misinterpreted by Cassie or poorly posed by the inquirer.”
Entin also showed that Brian Laundrie’s mother also checked into the Fort De Soto Park Campground in the days between the 23-year-old man arriving home and Gabby Petito’s parents filing a missing person’s report for her. It was noted that the campaign is close to 75 miles away from the Laundrie family’s North Port, Florida home.
Dog the Bounty Hunter, who is helping in the search for Gabby Petito’s missing fiance, previously followed up on a lead that the Laundrie family went to the Fort De Soto campgrounds while the 22-year-old woman was missing.