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Gabby Petito missing on road trip.


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4 hours ago, Katniss said:

He must of had psychological issues. Why would he worry with making such descriptive false statements about her death, if he knew he was going to commit suicide? It's really bizarre.

I really think he was trying to justify everything to himself and hoped everyone would accept what he wrote. He went on to write that he hoped the animals getting at his remains would help her parents accept what happened because he loved them. He loved them so much he murdered their daughter. That's messed up! 

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3 hours ago, susieice said:

I really think he was trying to justify everything to himself and hoped everyone would accept what he wrote. He went on to write that he hoped the animals getting at his remains would help her parents accept what happened because he loved them. He loved them so much he murdered their daughter. That's messed up! 

It really is. So messed up and so sad.

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Both of them had issues and neither one of them were taking their meds. I am not trying to excuse what he did but do think he felt remorse and fear before he died and what spin he put on it is just him.

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Hi jmccr8 , yea he was no doubt pretty traumatized , i mean commiting suicide and all. Almost seemed like he was close to losing it if he had went any other way than isolating and killing himself.

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1 hour ago, razman said:

Hi jmccr8 , yea he was no doubt pretty traumatized , i mean commiting suicide and all. Almost seemed like he was close to losing it if he had went any other way than isolating and killing himself.

Hi Razman

In part to me it seems because his sister was kept out of the loop was that he and his parents knew he was going to put an end to it and maybe save his family as well as Gabby's from court media. Can't say his reasoning was wrong or not and in the end he accepted responsibility for his actions passed judgment on himself so it is a done deal now.

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I don't doubt he had remorse for what he had done. It's the way he words things. He makes it sound like she asked him to kill her. He says she had serious injuries because of a fall, which makes me suspicious as to where these injuries may have really come from. Like Ouija Ouija said, he didn't go looking to get her help. Then he goes on to say how he hopes the animals getting to him helps Gabby's parents feel better because he loves them. This had to be terribly hard for her family to read. Gabby asked him to kill her? And he hopes his death makes her parents feel better, like it's their fault?

I wish everything on all 8 of the pages was reported on. I can't find a site where they can be read.

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1 hour ago, susieice said:

I don't doubt he had remorse for what he had done. It's the way he words things. He makes it sound like she asked him to kill her. He says she had serious injuries because of a fall, which makes me suspicious as to where these injuries may have really come from. Like Ouija Ouija said, he didn't go looking to get her help. Then he goes on to say how he hopes the animals getting to him helps Gabby's parents feel better because he loves them. This had to be terribly hard for her family to read. Gabby asked him to kill her? And he hopes his death makes her parents feel better, like it's their fault?

I wish everything on all 8 of the pages was reported on. I can't find a site where they can be read.

Hi Susieice

More than likely they lost it on each other with neither taking their meds living in cramped quarters for several months didn't help and I doubt that he went back on his meds after she died. His notebook ramblings are just that who knows what state he was in as he was high profile and everyone knew what he looked like so paranoia is likely an aspect as well. We don't know if he also took other non-prescription drugs with him so for me all that was required was a confession

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6 hours ago, susieice said:

I don't doubt he had remorse for what he had done. It's the way he words things. He makes it sound like she asked him to kill her. He says she had serious injuries because of a fall, which makes me suspicious as to where these injuries may have really come from. Like Ouija Ouija said, he didn't go looking to get her help. Then he goes on to say how he hopes the animals getting to him helps Gabby's parents feel better because he loves them. This had to be terribly hard for her family to read. Gabby asked him to kill her? And he hopes his death makes her parents feel better, like it's their fault?

 

I think the scumbag wanted it known that he felt some remorse but also wanted to share the blame for his awful deed.   I hope he burns in hell.  

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4 hours ago, susieice said:

 

It probably won't go anywhere unless the jury is sympathetic irrespective of the law.

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In the report, police said it was very likely that Petito "was a long-term victim of domestic violence, whether that be physically, mentally, and/or emotionally.

The police did speak to her alone one-on-one and ask her if she needed help and all the question they were supposed to.

But if the girl refuses help then the police can't do anything. Like they can't just remove an unwilling adult from a relationship unless their is immediate danger. And the murder didn't happen tell a month later.

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