Gabrielle Petitto's heartbreaking love letter to killer Brian Roundry released - The National | Globalnews.ca

Before she was strangled to death by her boyfriend, Gabrielle Petitto wrote Heartbreaking letter arrive Brian Roundryher future killer, professes her love for him and begs him to stop scolding her.

this letter, The FBI recently releasedis one of hundreds of never-before-seen documents related to the case that rocked North America in 2021.

“Brian, you know how much I love you so (I write this with love) please don’t cry, stop calling me names because we are a team and I am here with you,” she wrote in the undated letter, which was viewed by Global News.

Gabrielle Petitto's letter to Brian Landry, begging him to stop calling her names

Gabby Petito's letter to Brian Laundrie, begging him to stop verbally abusing her.

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She wrote about an argument they had and apologized for “getting mad over a stupid piece of paper,” but did not elaborate on the cause of the argument.

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“Yes I know I can be like a child sometimes but that's because you give me this energy and I love you so much it hurts,” she wrote in the two-page, undated letter. “So your pain is unbearable. I don't mean to be negative but I am frustrated because there is nothing I can do.”

FILE PHOTO – Brian Laundrie and Gabby Petito appear in Zion National Park, Utah, on July 16, 2021.

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She also promised to help him fix up the van when she got back from New York, which could be a reference to the van the couple used while touring the country a few weeks ago. Petitto disappears And was eventually found dead.

“We can fix the car together and now that's our dream,” she wrote, concluding: “So I hope you understand that when I'm sad it's because I love you too much. Now stop crying!!! Come home and tell me you love me with a big hug.”

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Page 2 of Gabby Petito's letter to Brian Laundrie.

Page 2 of Gabby Petito's letter to Brian Laundrie.

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Petito, 22, was reported missing by her family on Sept. 11, 2021, after she documented her cross-country trip in a van with Rondelli, 23, on her popular social media accounts.

A National Search Media and public attention then focused on finding the couple.

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Her body was eventually found in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming on September 19, 2021. She had been strangled, and authorities estimated she was killed around August 28.

Roundry was the only person identified by law enforcement as a suspect. He was found dead after a nationwide search. Self-inflicted gunshot wounds He was arrested in Florida on October 20. The FBI said a notebook found on him contained the following entry: Admitted to killing his girlfriend.

The newly released documents, including Roundry's book, include much of the evidence the FBI collected and photographed during the raid on Roundry's parents' Florida home after Petito's body was found.

One of Gabby Petito's notebooks seized by the FBI.

One of Gabby Petito's notebooks seized by the FBI.

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There are also photos of deleted items, evidence journals and mundane objects like backpacks, books and shoes.

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this FBI released documents The quality is very low, but the New York Post, which obtained the full material, said some of the material written by Landry in the notebook “includes Strange and worrying doodles and writings The killer himself described in detail the manic episodes he experienced and his desire to commit suicide.”

Information provided by Sarah Do Couto of Global News

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