Brian Laundrie confession: Notebook appears to contain Gabby Petito cause of death – Fresno, California

Fresno, California 2022-06-24 17:54:41 –

New York-Gabby Petito’s fiancé Brian Laundrie’s parents released the text from his personal notebook for the first time.

And it contains what looks like Laundry’s confession that he killed Petite.

One page quotes, “I’ve finished her life. I thought she was benevolent, but now I see all the mistakes I made.” increase.

The FBI recovered the notebook in Florida near his body in 2021.

Laundry lawyer Steve Bertolino issued the following statement along with the document:

Today, Petite’s lawyer, Patrick Riley, and I met the FBI in Tampa to organize and own personal belongings owned by Gabby and Brian. This was a previously agreed exchange to allow both Petitos and Laundries to receive what belongs to their respective children. As part of the return of this property under the control of the FBI, I was given Brian’s notes. I would like to share with the public a note that the FBI hinted at when they said that Brian claimed responsibility for Gabby Petito’s death on January 21, 2022. I chose to publish this letter as a matter of transparency, but I will not comment further as there are still proceedings pending in court. These are Brian’s words:

Transcription of the diary provided by ABC News

Page 1


I wish I were by your side. I wish I could talk to you right now. I experience all the memories we have made and are even more excited for the future. But we have lost the future. i can’t live without you. I lost the days I spent together. Every morning. Never play again (unreadable). I don’t go hiking with TJ. I loved you more than anything else. That’s why I can’t continue, because I can’t stand looking at our pictures and remembering great times. When I close my eyes, I think of lying on the roof of a van and falling asleep at the (unreadable) sight of Crystal Geyser. i will always love you

Page 2

If you’re reading Gab’s diary, looking at pictures of our lives together, or flipping through old cards, you probably don’t want to spend the day without Gab. You wouldn’t want to wake up because she knows she wakes up every day without her. I’m sorry to everyone affected by this. Gabby was the love of my life, but I know it (unreadable) to many. I love them so I’m very sorry for her family. I think her younger brother is my best friend. I’m sorry for my family, but this is both a shock and a terrible sadness for them.

Page 3

They loved as much, if not more than me. My mother’s new daughter, my nephew’s aunt. Don’t make this difficult for them. This is an (unreadable) unexpected tragedy. I hurried back to the car trying to cross the (unreadable) steam before it became too dark to see. You will hear a splash and a scream. I could hardly see it. Unable to find her for a while, she shouted her name. I gasped for my hot, fiery national park where her breathing (unreadable) was my (the two lines here are too dirty to read) …

Page 4

… in Utah. The temperature dropped below freezing and she got soaked. I carried her down the river towards her car, stumbling, exhausted and shocked. When I found out that her (unreadable) and I couldn’t carry her safely. I set a fire and hit her with a spoon near the heat, she was so stuff and she was already too frozen. At the time, I didn’t think I should have started the fire first, but I wanted her to get her back in her car from the cold. I didn’t know how far the car was from where the fire started. that’s all…

Page 5

… I knew it was on the other side of the stream. She couldn’t tell me what hurts when I pull Gabby out of the water. She had a small lump on her forehead, which eventually grew larger. Her legs hurt and her wrists hurt, but she froze and quivered violently. While carrying her her, she constantly made a noise of her pain. Lying next to her, she barely said, going back and forth between the violent tremors, gasping her pain and begging for the end of her pain. She fell asleep and I woke her up for fear that she shouldn’t close her eyes if she had a concussion.

Page 6

She woke up in pain and resumed her entire painful cycle, angry that I was awakening her. She didn’t let me cross the stream, like me the fire went out during her sleep and I thought she would freeze. I don’t know how much Gabby was injured, but she just felt extreme pain. I have finished her life. I thought what she wanted was benevolent, but now I see all the mistakes I made. I (unreadable), I was shocked. But from the moment I decided, I got rid of her pain and I couldn’t continue without her.

Page 7

I hurried home and spent time with my family. I wanted to drive north and let James or TJ kill me, but I didn’t want them to spend my mistakes in jail, even though I was convinced they wanted. I’m not changing my life for fear of punishment, but because I can’t stand living another day without her. I lost our entire future together, every moment we might have cherished. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. Don’t make my family’s life difficult. They lost their son and daughter. I’m sorry Gabby, the most beautiful girl in the world.

8 pages

I committed suicide in this stream, hoping that the animals might tear me apart. It may make some of her family happy.

Please pick up all mine. Gabby hated people who put out garbage.

on wednesday, Lawyers from both families face off in a Florida court Regarding a civil lawsuit filed by the Petito family against Laundrie three months ago.

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