The Murder of Gabby Petito: Truth, Lies and Social Media


Biography / Crime / Documentary

IMDb Rating 6.3 10 30

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Reviewed by Lejink 7 / 10

Dirty Laundrie

I must admit I only came to this case after all the main events had already occurred in it, i.e. I wasn't caught up in the widespread social media interest in the case when Gabby Petito first went missing from which everything else followed. Released remarkably quickly after the case was pronounced closed with the apparent suicide of the main suspect in the young girl's death, being her erstwhile fiance and travelling companion, one Brian Laundrie. The victim herself was bright, pretty and artistic and had bought a white transit van, kitted it out for travel and then with her boyfriend Laundrie set out west on a road-trip, her intention being to create a travelogue vlog and hopefully garner attention on the main social outlets in the process.

But she never completed the journey, going missing while her fiancé returned home driving her van, but with Gabby nowhere to be found. As her disappearance went viral on the social networks, with more and more people getting caught up in the mystery of her whereabouts, the case took a tragic turn when she was found dead, strangled by her killer. Everything pointed to Laundrie being her killer especially when the local police department released footage of two of their officers responding to a witness reporting Laundrie as hitting Gabby in the face and the couple driving away. Flagged down by the police, Gabby is obviously in some distress but appears to take the blame for the incident . What had seemed on Facebook etc to be a romantic odyssey by two young star-crossed lovers had turned sour with a murder and apparent suicide leaving Gabby's separated patents and two equally loving step-parents desolate over her loss.

The story was self-evidently interesting and used multiple narratives to move the tragedy in, with interview insets with Gabby's parents band their current partners and other people involved in the investigation, many of them social media watchers who had caught up in the case. I must admit I got somewhat confused by the overuse of a timeline diagram to signpost significant events as they occurred. Not surprisingly, Laundrie's parents aren't represented at all, neither are any of the local law enforcement agencies.

As a viewing experience, it perhaps could have been more sharply edited. We learn for example that No Gun was found at Laundrie's death-site and just how to explain the videoed closure of the van door actually closing when caught by a holidaying family.

With all the loose ends of the case pretty much tied-up by the end, one can only sympathise with Gabby's family on the loss of their vivacious daughter while feeling nothing but derision for the family of her likely murderer who it appears covered up for him.

Reviewed by pacocharte 7 / 10

Pretty straightforward recap of this strange and tragic case.

First off, as of now the other user reviews contain spoilers but the users didn't check the box. So if you stumble on this review first and didn't know about this case, you should skip the other reviews.

Without spoiling anything, this documentary clocks in at a relieving 1 hour and 25 minutes, so up front it's clear that it will be sticking to the story and not wasting our time with a bunch of auxiliary junk like podcast techniques and unnecessary graphical reproductions.

As the title states, this tells the story of the murder of Gabby Petito and all of the media and social media reactions before and after her body was identified. If you're interested in a recap with everything being in one convenient place, this film is recommended. Otherwise, if you followed the case as it unfolded, there probably won't be too much here that you didn't already know. 7/10.

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