Former fugitive, Seth Ferranti urges Brian Laundrie to stop running. Laundrie has been missing/on the run since September 14th. Keep reading find out more about what Ferranti has to say about Laundrie’s case.
Former fugitive Seth Ferranti urges Brian Laundrie to stop running
According to the report, he spent two years on the lam. From 1991-1993, Ferranti was on the U.S. Marshals’ Top 15 Most Wanted list. He was avoiding a 25-year sentence for nonviolent drug trafficking charges. It’s important to note that this came during the peak of the US’s War on Drugs.
In Seth Ferranti’s assessment of Brian Laundrie’s situation, he explains what the young man is going to need to stay hidden. “You got to have money, money, money,” says the ex-con. “If you have money, as long as you have money, you can stay hidden.” Specifically, that money needs to be cash.
Some things needed to stay on the run
Money is just one of the things someone would need to stay on the lam. Seth Ferranti also says you need self-discipline and a fake ID. If you can get it, support from a friend or relative helps.
Ferranti also discusses why he thinks Laundrie has been successful in not being captured yet. He notes Laundrie’s outdoorsman skills and the fact that he looks like an “average dude.” It’s thought that since Laundrie is average-looking, he can easily hide in plain sight.
Ultimately, Seth Ferranti says this of Brian Laundrie. “You just gotta turn yourself in man — you gotta face the music. And if you did do something to that girl, you gotta pay the price. And if you didn’t do anything to that girl, you’ve got to present it to the jury and trust your innocence.”
Was Ferranti relieved he was caught
Presumably, Ferranti is speaking from a place of experience. He shares that the first couple of weeks on the run are hard because you’re so paranoid. Then, it becomes easier. However, he said once he was caught and incarcerated, it was a relief. Ferranti says, “At least I could be myself again.”
The FBI is continuing to gather information on this case. If you or someone you know has information about Brian Laundrie or Gabby Petito please submit the information here or call 1-800-CALL-FBI or 303-629-7171.
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