Brian Laundrie’s parents remove protest laundry baskets from their lawn

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Brian Laundrie’s parents emerged from their Florida home to remove protest laundry baskets from their front lawn — as well as a tribute poster dedicated to the fugitive’s late girlfriend, Gabby Petito.
Chris and Roberta Laundrie, who cleared about 10 white laundry baskets from their North Port property, refused to answer questions from the assembled media, according to video
Just let me do it,” said Chris, who last week joined the weeks-long search at a sprawling nature reserve for his 23-year-old son — the sole person of interest in Petito’s disappearance and death.
Last week, a Pennsylvania woman dropped off a laundry basket and a sign reading “Dirty Laundrie come clean” on their lawn. The display — which included the sign, a box of detergent and a bottle of bleach — stoked outrage online.
Marissa Zdazinsky, 46, of Hershey, told the Sun that she was only sending a message to Laundrie’s parents to cooperate with law enforcement.
Laundrie had returned home without his 22-year-old girlfriend on Sept. 1, nearly three weeks before her body was found at a Wyoming campground on Sept. 19.
Meanwhile, Petito’s family visited a makeshift memorial for the slain woman at North Port City Hall, where they picked up some of the items before it is removed
Laundrie had returned home without his 22-year-old girlfriend on Sept. 1, nearly three weeks before her body was found at a Wyoming campground on Sept. 19.
Meanwhile, Petito’s family visited a makeshift memorial for the slain woman at North Port City Hall, where they picked up some of the items before it is removed
On Sunday night, Petito’s mom, Nichole Schmidt, tweeted a photo of a heart-shaped cloud and wrote: “Goodbye Florida …thank you for showing us so much LOVE

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