Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter Questions FBI Bringing Brian Laundrie’s Dad Into Hunt

by Joe Rutland
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The daughter of Dog The Bounty Hunter is asking questions about an FBI decision to bring the father of Brian Laundrie into the manhunt.

Lyssa Chapman, daughter of Duane “Dog” Chapman, took to Twitter on Thursday. Brian Laundrie has been called a “person of interest” by the FBI after Gabby Petito’s was found inside a Wyoming national park on Sept. 19.

But Lyssa is going public and offering some insights on Twitter.

On Wednesday, officials asked Chris Laundrie, father of Brian Laundrie, to help them search for his son.

But Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino says Chris was not able to help them on Wednesday.

Brian Laundrie Search Continues As Reports Come In About Sightings

Meanwhile, the search for Brian Laundrie goes on. North Port police were investigating the Carlton Reserve area. It has been closed to the public. The family believes that Brian Laundrie is in that location.

“Chris Laundrie was asked to assist law enforcement in their search for Brian at the preserve today,” a statement from Bertolino said on Wednesday. “Since the preserve has been closed to the public, Chris has not been able to look for Brian in the only place Chris and Roberta believe Brian may be. Unfortunately, North Port police had to postpone Chris’ involvement but Chris and Roberta are hopeful there will be another opportunity to assist.”

Other reports to law enforcement are offering reported sightings of Brian Laundrie. Last week, a hiker claims that he saw Laundrie near the Appalachian Trail.

Sister Says She Does Not Think That Her Brother Can Survive Outdoors

But Cassie Laundrie, Brian’s sister, does not think he can last long out in the wilderness. Laundrie is not too keen on his ability to survive the elements in the outdoors.

“I’d say Brian’s a mediocre survivalist,” she said. “It wouldn’t surprise me if he could last out there a very long time.”

On Wednesday, Nancy Grace offered her insights on the case and says that the parents of Brian Laundrie could face charges. That is if they are caught lying to law enforcement officials.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Grace talks about developments around Petito’s death.

Grace Says Many People ‘Pointing Their Fingers’ Toward Man’s Parents

“The America’s Most Wanted Overtime” host says many people, including Petito’s parents, are “pointing their fingers” in the Laundries’ direction.

The Sun reports about Grace’s comments from TMZ Live.

Grace says she believed the autopsy report would reveal an attempt to hide the cause of Petito’s death.

She also says that after an FBI confrontation, Laundrie’s parents changed their story about seeing their son. They are now saying he left a day before going missing

Grace says, “(Brian Laundrie) has now ghosted us for 23 days and counting.”

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