Brian Laundrie's bones found

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"The FBI confirmed that the bones they found in a periodically underwater part of a Florida swamp were what remained of Brian Laundrie. A spokesgator for the alligator population said they appreciate the FBI closing the park until they were able to pick the bones clean.

Sometimes the Good Lord gives us the vengeance we want through his alligator angels."
 

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Something strange on that story. Do the parents get the reward money? I still think he was innocent. Until they show some real evidence, just cause his actions seemed strange doesn't mean he was guilty. They charged him with the credit card fraud, if they had more they would have charged him. Correct me if I am wrong.
Hopefully, how the Laundrie family can get some peace and quiet. People will stop harassing their family.
It's sad for both families, but for Gabby's families to blame without evidence isn't helping anybody. None of us know what really happened.
Regardless, there are two young people decreased and two families hurting.
Say hypothetically Brian did kill her, that's something his family will have to live with and may never know for sure. They didn't raise their son to be a killer. They are still grieving the lost of their son.
Say Brian didn't do it that he is innocent, that will be something the family will have to live with people always believe he did it.
Yet the news, Dr. Phil, ect. All want to make Gabby out to be the innocent one if you research she isn't what the news makes her appear to be...
 

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Something strange on that story. Do the parents get the reward money? I still think he was innocent. Until they show some real evidence, just cause his actions seemed strange doesn't mean he was guilty. They charged him with the credit card fraud, if they had more they would have charged him. Correct me if I am wrong.
Hopefully, how the Laundrie family can get some peace and quiet. People will stop harassing their family.
It's sad for both families, but for Gabby's families to blame without evidence isn't helping anybody. None of us know what really happened.
Regardless, there are two young people decreased and two families hurting.
Say hypothetically Brian did kill her, that's something his family will have to live with and may never know for sure. They didn't raise their son to be a killer. They are still grieving the lost of their son.
Say Brian didn't do it that he is innocent, that will be something the family will have to live with people always believe he did it.
Yet the news, Dr. Phil, ect. All want to make Gabby out to be the innocent one if you research she isn't what the news makes her appear to be...

I want her to be the prosecutor AND head of the grand jury.

JFK died of natural causes, We didn't go to the moon, Covid is just the flu and Brian Laundrie didn't murder his girlfriend.
 

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"The FBI confirmed that the bones they found in a periodically underwater part of a Florida swamp were what remained of Brian Laundrie. A spokesgator for the alligator population said they appreciate the FBI closing the park until they were able to pick the bones clean.

Sometimes the Good Lord gives us the vengeance we want through his alligator angels."
I assume he just offed himself. There was no chance he was going to be able to hide forever, and the criminal justice system wasn't going to be kind to him.
 

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They charged him with the credit card fraud, if they had more they would have charged him. Correct me if I am wrong.
The feds (in particular) always and foremost charge anything they have the most overpowering evidence to support. That, gets them a federal warrant for his arrest so they can question him & look at his statements to find more cause for more serious charges.

I forget what it is called, but there is a widely known and thoroughly studied phenomenon concerning some women's' infatuation with murderers and other criminal elements.

He did not run for no reason and I'd bet a dollar to a donut that his parents know way more about this than they are letting known.
 

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it seems strange to me that only a partial skull was found, the laundrie parents already had the dental records that matched the skull, and they found the remains after searching for less than an hour. the dental records usually take days or weeks to get. no other bones or body parts were found even with FBI trained canine units. now the laundries have gone on a vacation somewhere and possibly never to be seen again.
 

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it seems strange to me that only a partial skull was found, the laundrie parents already had the dental records that matched the skull, and they found the remains after searching for less than an hour. the dental records usually take days or weeks to get. no other bones or body parts were found even with FBI trained canine units. now the laundries have gone on a vacation somewhere and possibly never to be seen again.
It all seems perfectly plausible to me.
Some, like the vacation and knowing where to look would be expected.
 

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Seems I read the area was flooded pretty good and of course there is quite a bit of wildlife that would create a challenge. Coyotes here would have a body picked clean and bones scattered very quickly.
 

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Once upon a time that phrase meant something, but today, depending on where you buy your donuts, it's an even money proposition. :)
I had to look. Nearest Shipley's Donuts sells them for$1.29 each. o_O
That goes to show how often I've bought donuts in the past few years. Diabetic and a single unglazed donut has about 3 weeks worth of sugar in it.
 

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It all seems perfectly plausible to me.
Some, like the vacation and knowing where to look would be expected.
Yes, and just like all other parents, I keep the dental records of my kids here at my house just in case I find a half skull with all the teeth in tack.
 

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Especially your grown kids' dental records.;)
Couldn't get your grown kids dental records. HIPPA rules wouldn't allow you to. Although Brian wasn't that grown...
So perfectly logical his parents would still have dental records. Many possibilities , one if he had orthodontic work as a teenager and saw multiple specialist or moved during the time. Kinda old school but some folks roll that way. ...you think they fabricated a skull and dental records??...I'm going with braces.
 

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Dental records from early childhood until age of majority do indeed stay with the parents. I don't have my kids' dental records any more or their birth certificates but I do still have some of their shot records.
(Actually, I do have one of their birth certificates as a relic of days gone by. The old style with their footprints on it. Says he was born in Guantanamo Province Cuba.
 

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