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Brian Laundrie's Death Ruled An Apparent Suicide

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I'm surprised that nobody has posted about this yet since the news broke out a few days ago, but he's looking more and more to be Gabby's killer by the minute.


 

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I'm surprised that nobody has posted about this yet since the news broke out a few days ago, but he's looking more and more to be Gabby's killer by the minute.


He killed her. The best thing he ever did in his life was offing himself. Saved the taxpayers a boat load of money on his arrest, trial, conviction, incarceration and/or execution. Justice has been served.
 

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How many pretzels did you have to twist yourself into to come to that conclusion. Why else would you commit suicide?
He didn't commit suicide. He had to have been killed first. Biologically, and I know that's a bad, racist word, but biologically there is no way Gaby could have been found partially decomposed and Laundrie found completely decomposed with only skeletal remains. If animals had eaten him, partly or completely the body would have parts scattered over a wide area. Bones would have gnaw marks. Gaby was found in Wyoming, Laundries in Florida. There was several days between the two deaths, maybe as much as a week. Decomp doesn't happen that fast. Did they say they found the bullet? It's not like he killed himself and hid the bullet.
 

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He didn't commit suicide. He had to have been killed first. Biologically, and I know that's a bad, racist word, but biologically there is no way Gaby could have been found partially decomposed and Laundrie found completely decomposed with only skeletal remains. If animals had eaten him, partly or completely the body would have parts scattered over a wide area. Bones would have gnaw marks. Gaby was found in Wyoming, Laundries in Florida. There was several days between the two deaths, maybe as much as a week. Decomp doesn't happen that fast. Did they say they found the bullet? It's not like he killed himself and hid the bullet.
First, the medical examiner doesn't agree with you. Second, the swamps of FL are not the desert southwest. As far as the bullet goes--do you know they didn't find it. If in fact they didn't and it went through his head, depending on the round it could be anywhere.
 

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First, the medical examiner doesn't agree with you. Second, the swamps of FL are not the desert southwest. As far as the bullet goes--do you know they didn't find it. If in fact they didn't and it went through his head, depending on the round it could be anywhere.
Don't care what the medical examiner is paid to say. Wyoming is hardly a desert. There is no way a body dead a week after another victim is going to be down to skeleton. Intact skeleton at that.
 

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Wow, just Wow.
Dig yourself a dirt nap.
You are way past being useful.

Where do you come up with this nonsense?
The known facts. There is no way a body completely decomposed to skeletal remains died a week or so after a body only partially decomposed.
 

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The important thing is that the case was closed. No more wasting time on it. All the pieces fit in place.
 

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The known facts. There is no way a body completely decomposed to skeletal remains died a week or so after a body only partially decomposed.
Ok TipsyIdiot.

1). Not his body?
2). Who is Lying?
3). Are you a Medical Examiner?
 

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He didn't commit suicide. He had to have been killed first. Biologically, and I know that's a bad, racist word, but biologically there is no way Gaby could have been found partially decomposed and Laundrie found completely decomposed with only skeletal remains. If animals had eaten him, partly or completely the body would have parts scattered over a wide area. Bones would have gnaw marks. Gaby was found in Wyoming, Laundries in Florida. There was several days between the two deaths, maybe as much as a week. Decomp doesn't happen that fast. Did they say they found the bullet? It's not like he killed himself and hid the bullet.
Were you born this way or did you eat a lot of paint chips as a child. Body decomposition rates vary vastly with humidity, local biology and temperature.

Bodies decompose fastest in hot and moist environments.

The time taken for a body to decompose depends on climatic conditions, like temperature and moisture, as well as the accessibility to insects. In summer, a human body in an exposed location can be reduced to bones alone in just nine days.
 

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He didn't commit suicide. He had to have been killed first. Biologically, and I know that's a bad, racist word, but biologically there is no way Gaby could have been found partially decomposed and Laundrie found completely decomposed with only skeletal remains. If animals had eaten him, partly or completely the body would have parts scattered over a wide area. Bones would have gnaw marks. Gaby was found in Wyoming, Laundries in Florida. There was several days between the two deaths, maybe as much as a week. Decomp doesn't happen that fast. Did they say they found the bullet? It's not like he killed himself and hid the bullet.

In a temperate climate, it usually requires three weeks to several years for a body to completely decompose into a skeleton, depending on factors such as temperature, humidity, presence of insects, and submergence in a substrate such as water





The apparent remains were found in an area that has been under water until recently, he said.


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He didn't commit suicide. He had to have been killed first. Biologically, and I know that's a bad, racist word, but biologically there is no way Gaby could have been found partially decomposed and Laundrie found completely decomposed with only skeletal remains. If animals had eaten him, partly or completely the body would have parts scattered over a wide area. Bones would have gnaw marks. Gaby was found in Wyoming, Laundries in Florida. There was several days between the two deaths, maybe as much as a week. Decomp doesn't happen that fast. Did they say they found the bullet? It's not like he killed himself and hid the bullet.
Florida heat and BUGS decompose a body quickly out here.
 

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Don't care what the medical examiner is paid to say. Wyoming is hardly a desert. There is no way a body dead a week after another victim is going to be down to skeleton. Intact skeleton at that.
Florida swamps in summer are the ideal place to reduce corpses into skeletons.
 

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