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Brian Laundrie 'LIED about Gabby Petito falling down in notebook to shift blame and re-write history,' PI claims | The Sun

A PRIVATE investigator has claimed that Brian Laundrie lied about Gabby Petito falling down in his notebook confession to shift the blame in the case and rewrite history.

Jason K Jensen, a private investigator, spoke exclusively to The Sun in regards to the latest bombshell revelations from Brian Laundrie's notebook.



"I've seen and heard many confessions, including dying confessions, they are always guaranteed to be filled with half-truths and blame shifts," Jensen told The Sun.

"Laundrie's is no exception."

The private investigator noted that Laundrie stated he ended Petito's life but did not admit: "I killed her."

"He writes this farcical tale about her falling down and getting injured while crossing Spread Creek, and describes how he couldn't leave her behind," Jensen said.

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He also believes Laundrie was attempting to rewrite history with this confession, trying to convince people that he was a hero "instead of the infamous villain."

"He tells us these lies," Jensen said.

"They are clearly lies because the Teton County Coroner never mentioned in the autopsy, that Gabby suffered a head injury. 

"The reality is he was hoping that by leaving her corpse along Spread Creek that animals would destroy the evidence, and it could leave room for the head injury to stand as a possibility. 

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"He wanted us all to believe he was being merciful as if Gabby asked for him to kill her."

Jensen referenced the part of Laundrie's confession where he explained why he killed Petito.

"I ended her life. I thought it was merciful, that it is what she wanted, but I see now all the mistakes I made," Laundrie wrote.

"I panicked. I was in shock."

Jensen goes on to state his belief that Laundrie killed Petito "because he was a domestic abuser, he strangled her and had done so before. 

"The fact was suggested about their fight on August 12th in Moab," Jensen said.

The private investigator claims to have made a prediction about the situation between Laundrie and Petito.

"I predicted months ago that Laundrie left Gabby along the side of Spread Creek to be devoured by animals and I stated he chose the Carlton Reserve to subject himself to the same fate," Jensen said.

"He [Laundrie] confirmed my prediction on the final page of his confession."

Laundrie's journal was recovered by the FBI from the Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park on October 20, 2021, along with his skeletal remains.

The contents of the journal were revealed on Friday by Steven Bertolino, the Laundrie family's lawyer.

"Today the Petito family attorney, Patrick Reilly, and myself met with the FBI in Tampa to sort through and take possession of the personal items that belonged to Gabby and Brian," Bertolino told Fox News Digital on Friday.

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"As part of this return of property in FBI custody I was given Brian’s notebook and I have turned [the] same over to Chris and Roberta Laundrie.

The Sun has reached out to both Bertolino and the Petito family attorney, Richard Stafford, for comment.

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