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    Yeah I'm guessing the family knew where he was the whole time, and only started "helping" when it seemed obvious he was dead, probably from lack of whatever cryptic contact he was supposed to make to indicate he was okay.

    I guess the only remaining question is whether he killed himself or died somehow in the elements, but suicide is the huge favorite here.
    I made a bet with a buddy almost 30 days ago. I have suicide and he has the field. There was 10 hours left in our 30 day bet when the body was found. Now we just wait for the autopsy results.
    It's hilarious that we as a society think everyone can be a dr, a lawyer, an engineer. Some people are just fucking stupid. Why can't we just accept that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Yeah I'm guessing the family knew where he was the whole time, and only started "helping" when it seemed obvious he was dead, probably from lack of whatever cryptic contact he was supposed to make to indicate he was okay.

    I guess the only remaining question is whether he killed himself or died somehow in the elements, but suicide is the huge favorite here.
    I’m hoping he suffered a long and gruesome death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Yeah I'm guessing the family knew where he was the whole time, and only started "helping" when it seemed obvious he was dead, probably from lack of whatever cryptic contact he was supposed to make to indicate he was okay.

    I guess the only remaining question is whether he killed himself or died somehow in the elements, but suicide is the huge favorite here.
    I’m hoping he suffered a long and gruesome death.
    Because he killed a cute white girl? Or do you feel this way towards every convicted murderer in prison? How about every murderer walking among us who got away with it?

    Just seems strange how people are so upset about this guy when there are tens of thousands of others out there. 21,000+ in the US alone in 2020.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by MumblesBadly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Yeah I'm guessing the family knew where he was the whole time, and only started "helping" when it seemed obvious he was dead, probably from lack of whatever cryptic contact he was supposed to make to indicate he was okay.

    I guess the only remaining question is whether he killed himself or died somehow in the elements, but suicide is the huge favorite here.
    I’m hoping he suffered a long and gruesome death.
    If he killed his girlfriend in a mutual altercation (very possible) or in the heat of passion (an actual legal term), he deserves (or should I say deserved) to go to prison for a very long time. Death and torture would be cruel and unusual under the facts currently at hand. A mea culpa would be appropriate. Don’t pull a Druff and dig in your heels!

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    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?
    (long before there was a PFA i had my Grenade & Crossbones avatar at DD)

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    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?
    You missed pythons. A huge problem in that area of Florida, slowly moving north.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?
    You missed pythons. A huge problem in that area of Florida, slowly moving north.

    You forgot to mention skunk apes. Huge problem in North Florida.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?

    Or is he smarter than we give him credit for and “sacrificed” one of his limbs while still alive? Plant the limb next to his back back and notebook knowing it would eventually be found, especially if he told his parents and they were in on it and told the police “where to look” for him. Create an appearance that the gators got the rest of him. Everyone stops looking, and he is a free man (minus a limb or 2 of course) lol

    I know - Highly doubtful, but fun to speculate!
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    Lol dead faggot, should have just thrown her out of the van.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?
    It was most likely small fish nipping at him bit by bit. While there is always an anecdotal story here and there, its rare alligators have any interest in humans, alive or dead. Fish and small rodents are the most likely consumers in this case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjami View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MumblesBadly View Post

    I’m hoping he suffered a long and gruesome death.
    If he killed his girlfriend in a mutual altercation (very possible) or in the heat of passion (an actual legal term), he deserves (or should I say deserved) to go to prison for a very long time. Death and torture would be cruel and unusual under the facts currently at hand. A mea culpa would be appropriate. Don’t pull a Druff and dig in your heels!
    The evidence strongly suggests that he was a controlling abuser. I wish he HAD lived to be captured by the police, convicted in a trial, and sentenced to a long stint in a shitty Florida prison being routinely ass-raped by the cell block badasses. But since he is dead, I can hope his death was gruesomely painful.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?

    Or is he smarter than we give him credit for and “sacrificed” one of his limbs while still alive? Plant the limb next to his back back and notebook knowing it would eventually be found, especially if he told his parents and they were in on it and told the police “where to look” for him. Create an appearance that the gators got the rest of him. Everyone stops looking, and he is a free man (minus a limb or 2 of course) lol

    I know - Highly doubtful, but fun to speculate!
    Nah, PV, ain't gonna be any left arm shenanigans here...

    The remains, a backpack and notebook believed to belong to Laundrie were discovered Wednesday in a Florida wilderness park, according to the FBI. The area where they were found had been under water during earlier searches.

    The FBI’s Denver office said in a news release that a comparison of dental records confirmed that the remains were Laundrie. A lawyer for his parents, Steve Bertolino, also confirmed in a statement they were told the remains were those of their son.


    https://apnews.com/article/florida-8...ign=SocialFlow

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by PositiveVariance View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GrenadaRoger View Post
    partial remains found in an area previously underwater...

    the rest in vultures, alligators or hogs?

    Or is he smarter than we give him credit for and “sacrificed” one of his limbs while still alive? Plant the limb next to his back back and notebook knowing it would eventually be found, especially if he told his parents and they were in on it and told the police “where to look” for him. Create an appearance that the gators got the rest of him. Everyone stops looking, and he is a free man (minus a limb or 2 of course) lol

    I know - Highly doubtful, but fun to speculate!
    Not as much “fun” as Gordon the Mod at Wizard of Vegas would like to think about if he cut 2 off. The guy has a thing for sex with double amputees. And NO, I didn’t make that up.

     
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      PositiveVariance: Wow, that is some kinky shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MumblesBadly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayjami View Post
    If he killed his girlfriend in a mutual altercation (very possible) or in the heat of passion (an actual legal term), he deserves (or should I say deserved) to go to prison for a very long time. Death and torture would be cruel and unusual under the facts currently at hand. A mea culpa would be appropriate. Don’t pull a Druff and dig in your heels!
    The evidence strongly suggests that he was a controlling abuser. I wish he HAD lived to be captured by the police, convicted in a trial, and sentenced to a long stint in a shitty Florida prison being routinely ass-raped by the cell block badasses. But since he is dead, I can hope his death was gruesomely painful.
    FYI..> "..Raped by cellblock "bad asses"
    "HOMOS'..Not all Bad asses are Homos..but yes the Homos woulda raped him relentlessly w/a Pic of Gabby,R.I.P., over his face sometimes. Maybe


    Life in Jail No parole. in WYOMING(COLD) not Fla.<. Wyoming Prison much worse >

    or this....


    IDK, gee, after reading about that Moroccan boy, maybe life won't be bad if you can choose a cellie!!??

    He def woulda got Raped a Bit... Negative

    Life is Life .... Positive....

    MIGHt have got off w/a crime of Passion w/a jew lawyer and a bit of Gamble,some balls..... but then again beating up on 5ft broads aint a Man no how....

    Biblical Old Testament,NO, But as close as Gabby's family get to justice.

    I would not Rule out he killed a homeless man....

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    Maybe one of the attorneys in here can answer...

    As I understand, even after the death of a client - Attorney-Client Privilege stays in effect.

    Any chance at all we here any details of the convo’s between Brian and his attorney?

    His parents are also represented as I’m sure this makes it even more unlikely.

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    It's hilarious that we as a society think everyone can be a dr, a lawyer, an engineer. Some people are just fucking stupid. Why can't we just accept that?

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    Landrie family’s lawyer says Landrie died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...-says-rcna6485

    Kinda bummed he wasn’t the victim of a long, drawnout, and very painful encounter with a wild creature or two out there in that nature preserve.

     
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    Were Republicans cowardly or unethical not to go along with [convicting Trump in the second impeachment Senate trial]? No. The smart move was to reject it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Yeah I'm guessing the family knew where he was the whole time, and only started "helping" when it seemed obvious he was dead, probably from lack of whatever cryptic contact he was supposed to make to indicate he was okay.

    I guess the only remaining question is whether he killed himself or died somehow in the elements, but suicide is the huge favorite here.
    I made a bet with a buddy almost 30 days ago. I have suicide and he has the field. There was 10 hours left in our 30 day bet when the body was found. Now we just wait for the autopsy results.
    Im not sure why it took so long to rule it a suicide if he shot himself in the head. But I’ll take it!

     
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      The Boz: Best outcome, saved the taxpayers a lot of money. More criminals need to take ultimate responsibility like he did.
    It's hilarious that we as a society think everyone can be a dr, a lawyer, an engineer. Some people are just fucking stupid. Why can't we just accept that?

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    Still kinda wonder what the deal was with the parents.

    Clearly they knew where he was.

    It's unlikely they cooperated in a plan for him to kill himself.

    At the end, obviously they gave a lot of help because they were fairly convinced he was dead, and wanted him found at that point. But what about before that? They did say where he was, about 3 days after he left, without being specific. I'm guessing they were concerned about him after he didn't make some sort of planned contact, but they didn't want to give up his exact location until a long enough time passed to where he was either gone or dead.

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