Either ‘gators got him or he is halfway to Brazil (or somewhere)

Old Snaggletooth

“The FBI and police on Tuesday will resume the search for Brian Laundrie in a 25,000-acre Florida reserve — just one day after calling it off.

Authorities will return to the Carlton Reserve where Laundrie, 23, is believed to have vanished on a hike a week ago after being named a person of interest in his girlfriend Gabby Petito’s disappearance.

The FBI is now leading the criminal investigation, North Port Police Department spokesman Josh Taylor said in a statement.

“A weekend ground search and aerial search Monday of the 25,000-acre [39-square-mile] preserve has yet to yield any answers, but we must press on,” Taylor said.

“Please be aware, the Carlton Reserve is a vast and unforgiving location at times. It is currently waist-deep in water in many areas.

“This is dangerous work for the search crews as they are wading through gator- and snake-infested swamps and flooded hiking and biking trails.”” nypost

Comment: I kinda hope a big ‘gator got the bastard, and then they piled on to gobble up his mangy butt. But, alas, the wily creep, with the support and collusion of his parents, has probably created an illusion and diversion about the swamp whilst he runs for some island in the Caribbean from which he can go to a country which will not extradite him to the US. I suggest that Brazil would be a likely destination. pl


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15 Responses to Either ‘gators got him or he is halfway to Brazil (or somewhere)

  1. jim ticehurst says:

    Colonel…Agreed….Should Be Some Gator Burger Justice here…Soon..Also..Check his travel records..Places he has gone to previous..International..Does Family own land or property else where…Should be records…

  2. Eric Newhill says:

    The young woman’s father revenge killed the SOB? Put him down instead of risking going through the criminal justice system? I might do that myself in the same circumstances.

  3. Fred says:

    Did it really take the world’s greatest investigative police force, and the North Port police, ten days to figure out this guy was suspect #1?

  4. BillWade says:

    By North Port standards, the parent’s house is modest. All the gals I know here are following this very closely. North Port has had a slew of young girls being murdered, etc, over the years. It used to be called North Port Charlotte but they went their own way years ago and it’s also mostly in Sarasota county. He doesn’t look like the kind of guy who could last long in the preserve, we have had a ton of rain lately as well, must be quite dangerous in there. My bet is that he’s with other relatives or friends.

  5. John Minehan says:

    Look at the bright side; the Caribbean has lots of caimans and even the odd croc, as does Brazil. He could still feed some lucky archosaur and its family for a while . . . . .

  6. Pat Lang says:

    OK. What is left of her is identified. At the very least he abandoned her in the wilderness rather than take her home. A shooting matter if I were her father.

  7. Jose says:

    Gators and snakes would be to kind, so let’s hope for a mosquito swarm:


    Once got hit hard by swarm hunting, very painful. Doctors gave me HCQ and ivermectin plus several shots. This guy can not go to a doctor…

  8. Babeltuap says:

    Gators are the best for disposal. There is an alligator farm around Grande Isle La. I was talking to some locals there during the BP oil spill and they said it’s well know if one wants a body to “disappear” hard to beat alligators consuming the remains. Apparently their stomachs can dissolve just about anything.

    • BillWade says:

      That’s only fair, we humans can only digest alligator if its been cooked to death.

      • Eric Newhill says:

        I’ve had alligator tail (In New Orleans). I found it to be delicious. Somewhat like lobster, but sweeter. I’d happily have it again any time, just I don’t live where it is readily available. Don’t know how long they cooked it to make be as tender and tasty as it was.

  9. Serge says:

    His parents are hiding him. He and his parents are both far smarter/more loyal than the average modern american. Take for that what you will.

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