Gabby Petito Death Update: Roberta Laundrie Left a Letter for Brian Laundrie That Said “Burn After You Read This”

In the name of total transparency, Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino has begun releasing the contents of Brian Laundrie’s notebook. What has not been released to the public, however, is a letter written by a Roberta Laundrie, a letter from a mother to her son, a letter that said, “Burn after reading this.” The letter is something the Petito family lawyer saw and some news sources have seen but don’t currently have a copy of.

Roberta Laundrie left a letter to Brian Laundrie

Sources say that from the content it can be determined that the letter was written after Gabby was killed. Reilly didn’t want to be specific, but said there were some “extreme things” in the note, and we can only imagine what that was.

Although the letter is undated, a few things indicate that the letter was written after Gabby died and before Brian committed suicide. The attorney says that in that letter “there was an offer to help Brian with some things” but didn’t specify what those things were, although the lawsuit states that the laundries were making plans to get Brian out of the country.

However, Reilly says that wasn’t actually in the letter to Brian. It has been speculated for some time that Brian Laundrie’s suicide may have had some support as he is said to have used his non-dominant hand to kill himself, could this be what the lawyer is referring to? food for thought.

The letter was found in the laundry house but was taken from the van, which speculation means Brian may have received this letter before he got back to North Port, Fla., or at least as soon as he got home, but why go through all the trouble of getting the letter out of the house, putting it in the van, and then bringing it back inside?

Even if the order was “Burn after reading this,” why wasn’t the letter destroyed? We’re glad it wasn’t for the sake of the petito, but if Laundrie really did fulfill his mother’s bidding, why would he leave such important information? Again, just a few food for thought.

According to the Petito family’s attorney, the confession in the notebook is not Brian’s only admission to Gabby’s murder. There’s a second version of the confession typed on a device they’re currently filing a Freedom of Information Act on, and that confession doesn’t match the lengthy 8-page confession he left in his notebook.

It’s similar, but not quite the same. It also implies that the area where Gabby’s body was found was actually a place Brian could have sought help for her if she was indeed hurt as he claims.

No word on whether or not the FBI will actually comply with Freedom of Information Act requests, or even when they will, but we at DSD will be keeping a close eye on this story. Stay tuned!!! Gabby Petito Death Update: Roberta Laundrie Left a Letter for Brian Laundrie That Said “Burn After You Read This”

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