Update on Brian Laundrie: The cause of Gabby Petito’s fiancé’s death will be revealed after a notebook was discovered near his body.

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Update on Brian Laundrie: The cause of Gabby Petito’s fiancé’s death will be revealed after a notebook was discovered near his body.

The cause of death of BRIAN Laundrie has yet to be determined, weeks after his remains were discovered at Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

That hasn’t stopped internet sleuths from theorizing that his notebook may contain artwork that reveals the truth about Gabby Petito’s murder.

Laundrie’s remains have been given to a forensic anthropologist for examination, and his cause of death should be known by the end of November.

Despite the fact that the contents of Laundrie’s notebook have yet to be revealed, a friend of Brian’s told The Sun in an exclusive interview that the notebook may contain clues to Gabby Petito’s death, which a medical coroner determined was caused by strangulation.

A notebook “pointed to the possibility” of a suicide note, according to criminologist Casey Jordan, according to 7News.

Gabby Petito was last seen checking out of a hotel with Brian on August 24, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and her mother reported her missing on September 11 after Brian returned home without her on September 1.

On August 27, the couple reportedly paid a visit to the Merry Piglets diner in Jackson, Wyoming.

Authorities in Wyoming announced on September 19, 2021, that a body had been discovered in the area where Gabby’s search had been ongoing.

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‘RULE NUMBER ONE’ WAS VIOLATED BY INVESTIGATORS, SAYS NYPD RETIREE.

The search for Brian Laundrie, according to Tom Joyce, a retired Lieutenant Commander with the NYPD, was a “s**tshow,” and he found it “so disturbing” that Brian’s father, Chris, had come across the bag of his son’s belongings so easily.

He said it was “beyond me” that Laundrie was allowed to go “walking off by himself during such a high-stakes investigation.”

“If this were my case, I would never let the suspect’s parents out of my sight,” the veteran investigator said.

“The first rule is that you don’t let that person go until you know exactly what you’re up against.

“Because we know that when bodies or pieces of evidence are waiting there, the person who placed it, is responsible for it being there, or knows it’s there, will find it when things aren’t moving fast enough – it’s their way of speeding up the case.”

‘SHE MADE A PLACE FOR HIM.’

Gabby would come to Laundrie a few times a week, according to Livingston.

He told Fox, “Gabby, she was always a sweetheart, very peaceful.”

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