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Brian Laundrie's backpack, notebook found in Florida park near human remains, FBI says

Brian Laundrie's backpack, notebook found in Florida park near human remains, FBI says

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FBI: Brian Laundrie’s bag and notebook, found near human remains in Florida Park
According to the FBI, Florida reporters received confirmation Wednesday from Florida that their investigators had found what looked like human remains “alongside personal items such as a backpack or notebook belonging to Brian Laundrie,” hours after Laundrie and his parents checked Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park.

The items were located in an area previously underwater. Michael McPherson is the special agent responsible for FBI Tampa’s division. He stated, “Our evidence response team has arrived on site and used all available forensic resources.” It’s possible that the team will remain on site for several days.

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Laundrie was also specifically identified by him as “a person to watch in the killing of Gabby Petito.”

McPherson has been involved in the investigation for some time. McPherson was taken to the Laundries’ North Port home in Florida on Sept. 20, as agents performed a search warrant. 

In response to the update, Laundrie family attorney Steven Bertolino told Fox News Digital that parents Chris and Roberta Laundrie “were at the reserve earlier today when human remains and some of Brian’s possessions were located.”

Bertolino stated that the discoveries were made “in an area they initially suggested to law enforcement about Brian’s possible location.” Roberta said that Chris and Roberta would wait to confirm the identity of the remains before they make any further comment. CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR TOP STORY

Other developments
Brian Laundrie Search: Possible human remains and a notebook were found in Florida Park: LIVE UPDATES
– An ex-homicide detective suspects the human remains in Brian Laundrie’s hunt might not be intact
Gabby’s murder by Gabby Petito: The timeline for disappearance and Brian Laundrie
– DeSantis expresses his condolences to Petito family in phone call with father

Ilhan Omar asserts that Democrats who don’t support filibuster ‘are destroying our democracy.
Rep. Ilhan Olmar (Squad), a Minnesota Democrat, stated that any Senate Democrats who stand in the way to eliminate the filibuster are “killing our democracy.”

Omar was furious at the opposition to progressive calls for the abolition of the filibuster in her upper chamber, calling them the “death knell” of democracy.

“The filibuster—and the Democratic Senators who continue to uphold it—are killing our democracy,” she tweeted on Wednesday.

The Minnesota Democrat’s latest attack on her fellow party members came after Senate Republicans successfully filibustered the Democrats’ election overhaul bill.

Wednesday’s filibuster is the third time this year that Senate Republicans have blocked the Democrats’ voting overhaul agenda.

While progressives are firm in calling for the abolition the filibuster to be abolished, moderate Democrat Senators disagree. Joe Manchin from West Virginia, and Kyrsten Sinema from Arizona opposed the elimination of the Senate procedure. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE 

Other developments
– Senate Republicans block Democrats’ federal voting rights legislation
Michael Goodwin: Sinema, Manchin are the last of their kind. Democrats have lost civil war to progressives
Senate Republicans criticize Biden over border crisis and claim that Dems will not hold hearings on the migrant surge.
– A reporter claimed that Manchin was considering leaving the Dem party. He doubled down on his claim: “It’s not B-U-L–L. It’s T-R-U–E.”
Pelosi and Democrats call for the passage of Build Back Better as a “moral obligation” at an interfaith event

Politico condemns Biden’s inability to do interviews. “Reflects the bunker mentality that this White House has adopted’
Politico is shaming President Biden because he has not been available to do one-on-1 media interviews. 

On Tuesday’s installment of its “West Wing Playbook” newsletter, Politico reporters Alex Thompson and Tina Sfondeles began by highlighting that Biden has participated in “just 10” interviews in the first nine months of his presidency – and not one since Labor Day. 

His tally pales in comparison to the 57 interviews Donald Trump had done and the 131 Barack Obama had done at the same point in their presidencies, according to Mark Knoller, a former CBS reporter and “presidential watcher.” Politico reported that Biden had conducted “at most double” these interviews during his time as vice president under Obama. 

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“Biden’s team is quick to note that he often takes questions from reporters after he does events. Politico noted that his allies were even more quick to notice that nobody outside the Washington media corps is concerned about access. “But the lack of interviews reflects the bunker mentality this White House has taken with the media — particularly the extensive back-and-forths where reporters can follow-up, push, and prod.”

The newsletter said that Biden was particularly wary about talking to newspapers and had not done any interviews with reporters from The New York Times. The Wall Street Journal. The Washington Post. The Associated Press or Reuters. 

Politico reported that Biden has only done three printed interviews with Edward-Isaac Dovere (New York Times columnist), Edward-Isaac Dovere (The Atlantic columnist), and People magazine in a joint interview. CLICK HERE FOR MORE 

Other developments
– Fox News Poll: High voter worry on inflation as Biden economy ratings plummet
WaPo makes claim that Biden IRS is going to’spy on’ bank records. ‘3 Pinocchios’ claims they will monitor’ transactions
White House media: Americans are not supposed to be complaining, but they have low expectations of ‘like the Soviet Union’.
– House GOP leadership, 160 members slam Biden for doomed holiday season due to supply chain crisis

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TODAY’S MUST-READS
McAuliffe likely to get an edge with controversial changes in election laws
– High school teacher of the year faces termination over vaccine mandate
– Tawny Kitaen’s cause of death revealed
– Senate Republicans block Democrats’ federal voting rights legislation
Title IX is expected to be restored as Biden confirms the controversial Education Secretary nominee.
– Trump reveals his social network to take Big Tech head-on, announces release window and beta

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