キャラハン, 全米行方不明センターの子ども擁護者 & 搾取された子供たち (NCMEC), told Fox News that police should have handled things differently when they responded to two emergency calls about Gabby and Brian fighting.
“When law enforcement showed up, they didn’t have that information of the caller saying they had seen Brian assaulting Gabby,” ウォルシュは言った. “Mistakes were absolutely made. Were those mistakes made intentionally? 番号. Law enforcement works off of — especially law enforcement officers out in the field — [彼らは] working on the information that they get. When the police show up, it’s a scary situation. People are nervous.”
Walsh said Gabby, 22, and Brian’s tumultuous relationship was evident though. “There were multiple accounts from multiple different witnesses that there was some sort of abuse going on between them. Who the aggressor was – that line blurs sometimes in domestic disputes,” 彼が説明しました.
“しかしながら, I know Gabby’s friends have come forward and had detailed times where Brian has been very jealous, aggressive and stole Gabby’s ID so she couldn’t go out with her friends and did other strange things as well,” Walsh added. “The fact that this guy has this history of domestic abuse, that their relationship was really in an unstable place and then this ultimately happens … It’s such a cautionary tale for anybody that’s in a relationship like that.”
Walsh is also convinced Brian, 23, is responsible for Gabby’s death. Her body was found in a camping area within Grand Teton National Park, Wyo., 9月に. 19, and the coroner’s initial report indicated Gabby’s manner of death was a homicide.
“The fact that he’s remained silent, he’s gone on the run. He’s done everything to show his guilt and nothing to prove his innocence,” Walsh pointed out. “His parents aren’t cooperating with law enforcement … it’s painting a bad picture. I think everybody in the country right now can say — almost without a doubt — that they believe Brian is responsible for this.”