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Brian Laundrie wrote ‘please don’t make life harder’ for his parents in notebook

Brian Laundrie wrote ‘please don’t make life harder’ for his parents in notebook



BRIAN Laundrie wrote “please do not make life harder for my parents” in his notebook that was found after he died.

The notebook had a letter written by hand that was said to be from Brian. In the letter, Brian admitted to killing the YouTuber Gabby Petito.

“Please don’t make my family’s life harder,” the note said.

“They suffered the loss of a son, a daughter, and another daughter who was without a doubt the most amazing girl in the entire world. I am very sorry, Gabby.”

Earlier, he had written: “I want to apologize to my family. This comes as a complete surprise to them as well as a severe blow to their hearts.”

The skeletal remains of Laundrie were discovered by the FBI on October 20, 2021 in the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park. On the same day, the FBI also found Laundrie’s journal.

“I put an end to her life,” Laundrie wrote in the notepad that Fox3 News was able to secure.

“At the time, I believed that it was compassionate and that it was what she desired; however, looking back, I can see all of the errors that I did. I panicked. I was taken aback by that.

“Once I took away her suffering, I knew I couldn’t go on,” he said.

After the authorities stated that Brian Laundrie was to blame for the death of the YouTuber, the Petito family decided to take legal action against the Laundrie family.

It is the contention of the Petito family that Laundrie’s parents, Chris and Roberta, were aware that Gabby Petito had passed away but made the decision not to take any action.

The attorney representing the Laundrie family, Steven Bertolino, has submitted a motion to have the case dropped; however, the court trial in Sarasota County, Florida, is still ongoing at this time.

In a recent interview with NewsNation’s “Banfield,” Bertolino discussed the possibility of having regrets over the legal advice that he provided to his clients.

“Do you have any regrets, despite the fact that kids haven’t been into any trouble up to this point? Do you agree that you should have had them give interviews to the press or tried to make them appear a little more human? “The question was posed by the host of NewsNation, Brian Entin.

Is it fair to say that, despite your legal efforts to protect them, they are now widely despised by the rest of the world?

Bertolino answered by noting that he and his clients have both been affected by the situation.

“One of the most common synonyms for “vilified” in English is “hated.” Chris and Roberta’s loss of a child is a personal tragedy for them, and it’s a personal tragedy for me as well “Bertolino made the statement.

“It’s sad to hear about the death of a young man who I’ve known since he was a baby. Everything I did was legal and proper, so I’m satisfied. It was the right decision, and we don’t look back.”

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