How should Gabby Petito’s case have been handled? | Kennedy Saves The World

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Kennedy is joined by former Miami-Dade Homicide Detective Pat Diaz to share his expertise in the homicide case of “van-life” YouTuber Gabby Petito. Pat explains why he believes the public won’t know the cause of death and how law enforcement could have done a better job.

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