In the case of Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito, many people feel as if there are many questions left unanswered. Nancy Grace is one of them.
Nancy Grace is not happy with the answers that the public has been given regarding Brian Laundrie’s remains. A number of breakthroughs in the case have been announced this past week. It’s been announced that partial human remains have been discovered and a backpack belonging to Laundrie. The cause of death is still unknown. A forensic anthropologist is working on the scene.
In part 2 of Nancy Grace’s “A Gabby Petito Investigation,” the crime expert begins the segment, “More questions than answers, no DNA, no cause of death. What do we know? I don’t get that the remains of so-called boyfriend Brian Laundrie have been found according to what we’ve been told. But it’s not a full skeleton. In fact, we only heard about a skull. Then we hear about a partial skull but from that partial skull, you can get a dental match? It’s just all very vague in my mind.”
Nancy Grace then welcomes correspondent Charles Watson reporting live outside of the Laundrie home in North Port, Flordia. He says, “Nancy, certainly more questions than answers. We heard in the week that the FBI had discovered Brian Laundrie’s remains at the Environmental Creek Park. Not far from the Laundrie’s North Port home here. An autopsy was completed on that body – results came back inconclusive. Remains are being sent to a forensic anthropologist who will sift through the remains and figure out any clues to try to determine the cause of death.”
There are a lot of things still a mystery in the Laundrie case.
Are Roberta and Chris Laundrie Guilty?
Some people believe that Brian Laundrie’s parents are guilty of planting evidence in the Carlton Reserve for police to find. But is that even a real possibility?
Chris and Roberta Laundrie assisted the FBI in the search for their son when they discovered a few items belonging to Brian such as his backpack and a notebook. Shortly after, his remains were found.
Nancy Grace’s guest Sheryl McCollum thinks that there is something odd about how Laundrie’s remains were found.
“There is nobody there, next to him when he finds the item, nobody is wearing gloves and look here,” she said. “Here comes a man walking his dog. This scene is not secured. There is no crime scene tape, they haven’t cordoned off anything or stopped anyone from coming into the area. The whole thing is odd. And every single time the parents are involved with something it just leaves us baffled.”