Petito died from ‘death by manual strangulation/throttling,’ Teton County Coroner’s Office ruled; Brian Laundrie remains a fugitive
By Stephanie Pagones, Michael Ruiz
NORTH PORT, Fla. – Some of the nation’s top expert forensic pathologists are sounding off after Tuesday’s news that Gabby Petito died as a result of “manual strangulation” and had been left in the Wyoming wilderness for an estimated three to four weeks before she was recovered, with one explaining how medical professionally likely reached their conclusions.
Dr. Cyril Wecht has been involved in some of the country’s most high-profile death investigations, including those involving President John F. Kennedy and JonBenét Ramsey. He spoke to Fox News Digital on Tuesday, immediately following Teton County Coroner Dr. Brent Blue’s press conference and the office’s subsequent announcement that Petito died from “death by manual strangulation/throttling.”
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