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Doug the Bounty Hunter takes Granthshala News to a parent-tied campground on Brian Laundry tipster trial
Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman is investigating a tip alleging that Gabby Pettito’s fugitive fiancé Brian Laundry ran into one. Florida Campground 75 miles away with his parents in early September – but only two of them were seen leaving.
Chapman announced Saturday that he was entering a laundry search, and the tips quickly surfaced. She told Granthshala News that she received a notification Monday that Laundry’s parents spent the night with their son twice in early September at Fort de Soto Park. 1- 3 and September 6-8.
“They were registered, walked through the gate. They’re on camera. They were here,” he told Granthshala News exclusively on Monday evening. “We think at least if he’s not here now, we’re sure he was caught on camera as soon as he walked into the gate—that he definitely was here. Didn’t end up in the swamp.”
He later added: “Allegedly, what we’re hearing is that there are two people left on the 8th. Three people came on the 6th, and two people left on the 8th. I think he’s definitely here. have come.”
Earlier on Monday, Steven Bertolino, an attorney representing Brian’s parents, Chris and Roberta, said his client “has no idea where Brian is.”
“They are concerned about Brian and hope the FBI can find him,” Bertolino wrote. “Speculation by the public and some in the press that the parents helped Brian leave the family home or evade arrest on a warrant that had been issued after Brian had already been missing for several days has led to speculation.” It is wrong.”
Gabby Petito: Tipster sends dog bounty hunter to new territory in laundry quest: Live Updates
In other developments:
– Gabby Petito case: Moab, Utah top cop takes leave of absence amid investigation into handling of 911 calls
– Brian Laundry showed signs of domestic abuse, says criminal profiler
– Brian Laundry’s mother calls 911 on ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’
– Marines enter fourth day with 200-strong search for ‘cop killer’, schools closed
Florida woman Mia Marcano still missing, person of interest found dead: Officials
Meghan McCain teases liberals by appearing on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’
Meghan McCain Spent years harassing liberals as sign conservatives on “The View,” but continued to harass leftists by only showing up on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sundays.
McCain Walked away from “The View” last month Because she’s been enjoying settling down with her family in Washington, D.C. since the coronavirus pandemic and doesn’t want to redo her life for the New York-based event. Now a columnist for the Daily Mail, his appearance on Chuck Todd’s Sunday show did not please progressive audiences.
Former CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien responded to Todd’s video welcoming McCain to the program with a tweet that scolded “Meet the Press” for giving him the platform.
“This young woman is not her father (though she likes to name him frequently). She lies on camera, has no importance as a guest, certainly none of her as a political head. Credibility isn’t there. And yet, Meet the Press fails to allow him to lie down on his air,” O’Brien tweeted.
During the appearance, McCain criticized Democrats To isolate moderates in the party, most recently in the fight for President Joe Biden build back better Agenda “Meet the Press” Later tweeted a quote McCain’s appearance but Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin was one of several observers who accused her of lying that Biden’s agenda was unpopular.
McCain fired back that Biden, who has sank to the worst approval ratings of his presidency, “has an agenda.” Several other liberals appeared to be outraged by McCain’s appearance on Todd’s show. Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– ‘The View’ addresses COVID testing fiasco ahead of Kamala Harris interview: ‘Mistakes were made’
– Glenn Greenwald mocks Brian Stelter for suggesting ‘reality-based media’ to CNN
– Female CNN producer kicked out of ‘Cuomo prime time’ in 2020 after feeling ‘threatened’ by anchor, say sources
– Dan Crenshaw argues there are ‘too many bad things’ in Democrats’ spending bill
– NBC’s Chuck Todd suggests Trump be blamed for not putting the ‘spotlight’ on ‘problems’ for the media.
Shaq dismisses celebrity status: ‘These guys are out of their crazy minds’
Shaquille O’Neill, four times nba The champion and one of the greatest basketball players of all time relinquished his celebrity status in an interview with New York Post. 7-foot-1 East Los Angeles Lakers The superstar, who is one of the most recognizable athletes, is done with dazzle and glamour.
“These celebrities are going crazy and I don’t want to be one. I condemn their celebrity-ness today. I’m done with it,” he told the New York Post on Friday.
“I don’t want to fall into that category. Celebrities are crazy, they really are. Don’t call me that anymore. These people are out of their crazy minds about how they treat people, what they do, what they say He’s never been me. I never want him to be seen that way.”
O’Neill said he doesn’t want to be stereotyped as someone who is “out of his mind” and is rather known for his kindness away from the basketball court and television cameras.
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O’Neill will still be behind the desk for his NBA show on TNT. The NBA season is near. Click Here For More.
In other developments:
– LeBron James Recalls Peyton, Eli Manning Flirting With NFL Offers During Broadcast
– Dak Prescott gets emotional during the national anthem before the first home game since 2020
– Cowboys make statement with Eagles blowout, Philly mocking ‘Beat Dallas’ T-shirt
– Gene Hale, ‘Batman’ and ‘In Like Flint’ star, 82. dead at the age of
– Britney Spears says latest documentary left singer scratching her head ‘a couple of times’
– Angelina Jolie and The Weeknd continue to fuel dating rumors after spending the night together
Must read today:
– The university creates separate housing exclusively for black students
North Korea launched ballistic missile at sea, US State Department condemned
– Biden accuses percentage of Americans of ‘moving the goalposts’ who need to get the jab to return to normal
– Biden team torn down as ‘financially illiterate’ for Build Back Better ‘cost zero dollars’ claim
Fully vaccinated Michigan couple die of COVID-19 by holding hands within minutes: report
Outspoken maritime officer jailed for tearing down military leaders over Afghanistan: report
Latest from Granthshala Business:
– Senate vote Regarding raising the loan limit and funding the government
– Dames $3.5T Bill have billions Hope to close the ‘tax gap’ for the IRS
– Gas Well Blowout near Los Angeles leads $1.8B settlement
– Busiest US container port warning of Industry ‘Crisis’ over supply chain disruptions
– marco close to deal Acceleron to acquire Pharma
some parting words
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, joined “Granthshala News Primetime” on Monday to discuss the latest on Democrats’ efforts to pass their $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill and bipartisan infrastructure bill.
Crenshaw argued, “There’s a lot of bad stuff in it. I mean, an increase in corporate tax will hit jobs. Not only that, economists predict it will also lower wages.” “So, it’s bad on many fronts. That will lead to slower growth and stagnation and inflation, which is something Americans don’t want right now.”
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