Gabby Petit in new body camera footage details the violent battle

Gabby Petit said Utah police According to a newly released body camera video from a second police officer, Moab, who arrived at the scene, Brian Laundry beat her on August 12 – but she quickly turned back and claimed to have attacked first. bottom.

Laundry, meanwhile, said he “did not have time” to protect himself from allegations of attacking his fiancée.

“I pushed her away,” he told the policeman. “She really gets well, and when she does, she swings and holds her cell phone in her hand, so I was just trying to push her away.”

The August 12 911 call, first reported by Fox News Digital earlier this month, showed that experts had flagged it as a potentially abusive relationship between Petito and Laundrie. Fox News had previously obtained a video of another cop’s body camera, but the police seem to have conducted separate interviews.

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“But did he hit you?” The policeman asks.

“I guess,” she replies-although she still seemed to downplay the incident to the second mate and try to blame her.

“That’s right,” Petit continued with tears. “But I hit him first.”

“Where did he hit you?” The policeman replied. “Don’t worry, to be honest”

Then she turned back and said he grabbed her “with his claws” and claimed to be an invader.

“He didn’t like hitting me on the face,” she said. “He didn’t like hitting me with his face.”

“Did he slap your face or what?” Asked the officer.

“He likes, grabbed me with his nails, and I think that’s why it’s visible, I definitely have a cut here,” she said, rubbing her cheeks. “I can feel it, it burns when I touch it.”

Second video obtained through a public record request from Fox News FOX13 UtahReveals details about an encounter a few weeks before Petit was last seen alive in Jackson Hall, Wyoming.

“He was really frustrated with me, and he told me to keep me out of the car and go for a break, but I didn’t want to take a break,” Petit says in a new video. “And I wanted to go. We ran out of water.”

The policeman asked Petite if he had been hit on his face and arm.

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“Is there anything on my cheek here?” He says. “Did you hit your face?”

“I don’t know,” Petit told police officers that he was about to get into the car.

Witnesses also saw that he was trying to steal Petit’s phone and could escape by car without her, after which she scrambled the car and passed through the driver’s side door. He told the police that he seemed to crawl over him.

At another point in the video, police officers ask witnesses to clarify what he saw.

“Have you ever seen a man attack a woman?” He asked.

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“I wouldn’t say that,” the witness replied. “Maybe I saw a push or stick out, but I wasn’t full of punches on my face or anything.”

“I hear, but I saw her slap him,” said the officer.

“Yes,” the witness replied.

Later in the video, police told Laundry that he had not admitted that Petite had hit her.

Many experts told Fox News that Laundry’s alleged abuse of Petit was similar to the pattern of domestic violence. And her reaction to the presence of the police, on the brink of tears and blaming her all the time, could be a sign that the victim is being manipulated by the abuser.

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The city of Moab released an independent investigation into the handling of stops by police stations earlier this month. State officials told Fox News this week that they were not involved in the investigation.

Laundry returned to Florida alone on September 1st and drove a van. A few days later, he bought a new cell phone, according to lawyer Steve Bertolino.

Then he took his wallet and left it behind and disappeared. The FBI is currently leading an investigation into a 23-year-old who was wanted on suspicion of debit card fraud and was nominated for a person interested in Petit’s murder.

Dispatchers are an organic grocery store where the reported party is right next to Main Street, before police encounter a laundry allegedly speeding up the entrance ramp to Arches National Park, just north of the town. He reportedly witnessed “a man attacking a woman” outside the Moonflower Cooperative.

When the chief officer flashed the lights, Laundry slammed into the curb and later claimed that Petite pulled the steering wheel.

She said she was trying to get Laundry’s attention when she saw the lights.

Two Moab police officers responded to the incident, and two US park rangers also arrived at the scene.

The Rangers body camera video has not yet been released by federal authorities.

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