INTERNET sleuths are claiming that Brian Laundrie's father Chris Laundrie was seen bringing Brian's notebook home from the park where his son's body was found.
A photo of Chris Laundrie has gained newfound interest on the internet after online investigators are saying the contents of his bag included the elusive notebook that many want to see what went on in Brian's mind.
"Notebook?" wrote one user on Twitter while sharing a photo of Chris carrying a plastic bag with some seemingly notebook-shaped object at the bottom of the bag.
"It's insane we are hearing nothing about this case anymore nothing about the notebook or anything it's like this never even happened," commented someone on the tweet.
Others are claiming that Chris' finding of the bag was "convenient" given how officers reportedly took it away.
"Right where they left it," commented a person on that tweet.
However, the photo they pulled was from the time Chris and his wife Roberta were seen leaving the Carlton Reserve after finding their son's belongings.
NOTEBOOK CONTAINED CLUES
The friend told The Sun in an exclusive interview that Laundrie's notebook could contain clues to solve Petito's death, whom a medical coroner determined had died due to strangulation.
"I think this is the outcome we expected," the friend told The Sun after Laundrie's remains were found and subsequently identified.
"I don't know if it's the one we would ask for," the friend, who wishes to remain anonymous, said.
"But it appears as if this story is over," they continued.
The friend alluded to Laundrie's notebook as showcasing an important look into Laundrie's private life and his potential last days with Petito.
"Hopefully his notebook can detail what it is we all want to know," the friend, alluding to Petito's cause of death that was determined to be by strangulation.
But the friend was too exasperated to carry on, only asking a question everyone's minds.
"Why Brian? Why?”
CHRIS AND ROBERTA HELP FIND BRIAN'S BELONGINGS
The Laundries joined police in a search of Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park, which is adjacent to Carton Reserve, on Wednesday morning as they hunted for Brian who vanished on September 13.
The couple, who have been under fierce scrutiny, left their North Port home at 7.15am local time for the park, where two men in hiking gear began trailing them, according to a Fox News report.
Chris and Roberta were seen moving in and out of areas of the brush, before separating for roughly 12 minutes when Chris lead the two men into the brush on the left side of a trail.
He returned without the cops and the couple continued on. A video captured by Fox shows Chris wading through another patch of bushes while Roberta stands motionless in the middle of a trail, staring off in the opposite direction.
Their family attorney, Steven Bertolino, said when they found Brian's bags and remains, Chris didn't want to touch them.
"Chris didn't want to pick the bag up because he wanted law enforcement to see it," Bertolino said. "This was caught on camera.
"Chris couldn't find the law enforcement because they were then out of sight, because Chris had been in the woods, so he didn't want to leave the bag there with the news reporter standing nearby, so he picked it up."
Once he found the item, Bertolino insists that Chris informed authorities.
"They looked at the contents of the bag," the lawyer explained.
"At that time, law enforcement officers showed him a picture on the phone of a backpack that law enforcement had located also nearby, and also some distance off the trail."
The Laundries were then asked to leave the park as investigators continued combing the area.
"At that point, the Laundries were notified that there was also remains near the backpack and they were asked to leave the reserve."
NONSENSE TO BELIEVE EVIDENCE WAS PLANTED
The attorney called it “hogwash” to suggest the parents planted Brian’s possessions in the swamp, explaining that they were both being shadowed by reporters and police.
He said the area where the remains and belongings were found was the same location Chris and Roberta had told cops to search a month ago.
“Indeed, this is the very area of the park that we initially informed law enforcement, on I believe it was September 17th, that Brian would be most likely in the preserve,” Bertolino said.
“Mr. Laundrie informed me that it was quite near the entrance… He put a time frame of about 30 minutes in.
“A mile or two into the reserve.”
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