Gabby Petito & Brian Laundrie Analysis : Part 3
HG Tudor dissects and analyses in detail the body cam footage from the incident at Woab,Utah on 12 August 2021 so you truly understand what was going on. Sensational insight.
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9 thoughts on “Gabby Petito & Brian Laundrie Analysis : Part 3”
Oh yeah, HG discussed this in the America Conned article. Police forces are rife with narcissists.
Ugh. You would think they should know scratches are usually defensive.
I hate it here.
It’s heartbreaking to watch Gabby speak when only just a few weeks ago she was alive. It is obvious she has been chipped away at over time and has been gaslite so badly she has taken on the role of blame. I find it interesting that their engagement had been called off before the trip. What made her still travel with him? He obviously wanted a scenerio to isolate her. It was her idea to create a van life blog, but why would she go off with him after having called off their engagement. Obviously they went into this trip with deep seeded issues that took root and turned into something tragic. Gabby’s friend Rose spoke of many volitile arguements between the two so there was a history leading up to this trip.
It reminds me so much of the Chris Watts case. These two have similiar personalities. It’ll be interesting to hear more from his parents. I’m sure one or both are narcissists.
Wow, the part where his face changes expression from the meek look to the glare. The moment’s hesitation is, what I would describe as the typical ‘chameleon’ changing of the narcissism’s responses within the individual who has it.
I know that police officers work hard. So do a lot of other emergency service workers. However, it is still in my view that more learning is required when it comes to ‘spotting’ characteristics / behaviours within individuals in such difficult situations.
HG, your education also shows how difficult and complex narcissism is to understand, especially for those who are normals who would not necessarily have had the experience of narcissistic abuse. There are those who are narcissists themselves.
Sadly, it is far too late to save this young lady who was obviously a very traumatised and troubled victim.
HG, it is a good thing you are covering this story to share and highlight the behaviours of a narcissist and a victim for others to become aware of, to understand and also learn for themselves and humanity in the future.
Your videos on this story has shown and emphasized (in my opinion) why it needs to be made mandatory for training on narcissism to be included for those who work with people. Considering the fact that around half of the world’s population are affected (with your information on your video ‘The Ultra Framework’) – empaths 1 in 6 and narcissists 2 in 6, that is hell of a lot of people. A lot. Facts; figures and evidence speaks for itself. Your work speaks for itself. You are speaking up on behalf of all of those impacted by narcissistic influences and against those who are the perpetrators.
Very well said, Asp Emp and totally agree. This is such an overlooked aspect of abuse situations and needs to be highlighted more often. Raising the issue during training would be a great way to increase awareness, much like bringing it into schools would do. Maybe the only way people will hear it is under the heading of ‘toxic relationships’ as opposed to ‘narcissism’. That is unfortunate because that is what it is, but I feel people struggle with the more clinical aspect of the diagnosis, in terms of labelling, and probably would much prefer the focus be on the negative aspects of the behaviour – i.e. ‘toxic’. I’m very glad I know it for what it is and wish more people could. It took me a lifetime to reach that understanding, though, and only through a random series of events which turned out to be completely fortuitous. It would be nice to think people didn’t have to undergo the trauma and heartache of lifelong searching and suffering to find their way to the understanding we have now. And I’ve seen many people comment that others don’t understand it unless they have been through it. There is a lot of truth to those kind of statements.
LET, thank you. I feel that HG’s videos should be used as part of training too – with such questions ie “What would you have said / done differently from the officers in this particular scenario?”. Now, that in itself would be interesting. Because if it were a training session with a group of people, especially if the answers were written down rather than voiced out loud – would the written version “highlight” possible narcissists, do you think? There is a possibility that there may be instances of ‘narcspeak’ used, deflection, etc….. would some of the answers say that the officers were correct, or incorrect and explain why? I know that verbal discussions do encourage social communication and also interacting with others, yet, sometimes when it comes to written ie ‘tests’, I think it can be quite telling, yet it cannot be assumed.
Great. And. Thank you. What you have said….”I’ve seen many people comment that others don’t understand it unless they have been through it. There is a lot of truth to those kind of statements”. I totally agree with you. Nothing else needs to be added. You said it. Thank you. I really appreciate it.
AspEmp, I never thought about the ‘testing’ aspect as much as the ‘informing’ aspect. Interesting idea! I know they run psychological tests for people in certain professions when they apply, and no doubt the psychopaths and narcissists can get around these. That’s purely on instinct. In the case of providing information and seeking correct answers the narcissist would already have been provided with what was needed to pass the test. If you are trying to catch narcissists/psychopaths out I don’t think that would work. I think you would need to give them a sample situation and ask them how they would respond before giving them any information, based on their current knowledge already obtained through training – the basic processes and protocol normally instigated in a situation. At the same time, I think it would be hard to separate the narcs from the normals, and what if the training inclined empaths to go against their instincts? You’ve opened up a can of worms, AspEmp 😛 I think all you can do is provide the information and hope people put it to use. While you could test people on it, I don’t think it would be any kind of deciding factor in terms of who is a narc and who isn’t. They are too sly and manipulative to fall for a simple testing regime on information that has already been provided. Testing before providing the information would be unfair because most people don’t see a narcissist coming, or for what they are in the instant. That would place an unfair burden on them to know something about which they have not already been informed.
I appreciate the ‘thought bubble’ you’ve created for me here, AspEmp 🙂 This case is working my neurons overtime as I try to make sense of all the different angles.
I see Dr.Phil has also thrown his hat in the ring. I missed that one. It seems like the narcs are coming out to feast on this case, much like Harry’s wife has caused a feeding frenzy which has enabled a huge focus to also be put on narcissism. In some ways HW is preferable just because as yet there is no ‘tragedy’ associated with her narcissism. It’s tragic, but in some ways she is fighting still to gain the upper hand. In this case, at least until Laundrie is caught, narcissism has won again 🙁
That poor girl. My heart is breaking for her.
The ‘leading’ questions are a concern, as are the assumptions made around that – specifically the police officer identifying the situation and circumstances with his own. I raised this point with the last video, so I won’t labour it here, but it’s highlighted again in this part of the encounter. It’s not just about Brian being a narcissist, but those who are unaware of the issue being unable to see it for what it is and therefore unable to protect the victim in the circumstances. RIP Gabby.