The following article, Laundrie Parents Inundated with Deliveries from Petito Family Supporters, was first published on Flag And Cross.
There is a rather large contingent of Americans who are enraged at the behavior of Brian Laundrie’s family, and they are beginning to employ creative new ways of expressing that anger.
Laundrie, along with his parents, have refused to assist law enforcement in their investigation into the disappearance and death of Gabby Petito, Brian’s fiancé, who was found dead in Bridger-Teton National Forest after he returned home to Florida in her van after leaving her during a cross-country road trip.
Then, when Brian went missing, the Laundrie family clammed up again, showing very little concern for their missing son and even going so far as to call the police on Duane Chapman when he arrived to speak with them about helping to locate their missing son.
Now, as pressure mounts on the family to begin cooperating with law enforcement in both cases, flowers addressed to Gabby have begun to flood the Laundrie family home.
A flood of flower deliveries addressed to Gabby Petito continue to arrive at Brian Laundrie’s family’s home in North Port, Florida, where she lived for roughly two years before departing on a cross-country road trip with her fiancé in June.
The initiative is meant to keep Gabby’s memory alive as Brian Laundrie’s parents keep facing backlash on several fronts.
There was no mistaking the intent.
“RIP Gabbie,” a note on the flowers said. “We will not let the Laundrie family get away with this. We will fight for justice.”
Some of the delivery drivers have been turned away, but a growing memorial to Gabby maintains a presence near the corner of the Laundrie family property.
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