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    The idea of being able to lawyer up in circumstances like this is confusing to me-- Let's say he did murder her and his lawyer knows that. Wouldn't that make the lawyer guilty of obstruction of justice? Or does that not apply since he's a lawyer? Or is the assumption that the BF hasn't told his lawyer what happened?
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    Quote Originally Posted by petesgirl View Post
    The idea of being able to lawyer up in circumstances like this is confusing to me-- Let's say he did murder her and his lawyer knows that. Wouldn't that make the lawyer guilty of obstruction of justice? Or does that not apply since he's a lawyer? Or is the assumption that the BF hasn't told his lawyer what happened?
    No, you can tell your lawyer anything and that is protected by client attorney privilege.

    ETA: that’s an overly broad statement of course. Some things aren’t subject to attorney client privilege. For example, if he told the attorney where she was, I think that would have to be disclosed. I assume the attorney is mainly handling him not communicating in any way with law enforcement so he doesn’t say anything that could be incriminating. Honestly having a lawyer seems smart to me and isn’t that suspicious. The fact that he didn’t report her missing and isn’t willing to cooperate even under legal counsel is what is suspicious to me.
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    This whole thing sounds like the trip may have exacerbated things, both have documented mental health issues, driving all over the country, not taking medication as needed. It is very strange/sad/suspicious.

    Locally a young SLP grad student has mysteriously disappeared, his car which was his prize possession, given to him by his grandfather was found with his clothes in it an hour from here, but he has vanished, no cell records, credit card purchases. My friend was his clinic director who was supposed to meet him at the university clinic called police as it's so out of character for him. It has everyone her baffled.

    https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2021/09/0...i-day-missing/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow mom View Post
    No, you can tell your lawyer anything and that is protected by client attorney privilege.

    ETA: that’s an overly broad statement of course. Some things aren’t subject to attorney client privilege. For example, if he told the attorney where she was, I think that would have to be disclosed. I assume the attorney is mainly handling him not communicating in any way with law enforcement so he doesn’t say anything that could be incriminating. Honestly having a lawyer seems smart to me and isn’t that suspicious. The fact that he didn’t report her missing and isn’t willing to cooperate even under legal counsel is what is suspicious to me.
    I definitely agree with you that the later is the most suspicious. Even if it's as simple as "She walked away and I couldn't find her".....I wouldn't be acting the way he is right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mom2binsd View Post
    This whole thing sounds like the trip may have exacerbated things, both have documented mental health issues, driving all over the country, not taking medication as needed. It is very strange/sad/suspicious.

    Locally a young SLP grad student has mysteriously disappeared, his car which was his prize possession, given to him by his grandfather was found with his clothes in it an hour from here, but he has vanished, no cell records, credit card purchases. My friend was his clinic director who was supposed to meet him at the university clinic called police as it's so out of character for him. It has everyone her baffled.

    https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2021/09/0...i-day-missing/
    Ah, this is sad. I hope it's resolved soon!
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    The boyfriend is also now missing.

    https://www.ksl.com/article/50244126...-attorneys-say
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    More suspicious re the boyfriend

    He was freaking out when given a ride by two other hikers.

    https://www.fox13now.com/news/local-...-national-park
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    The parents claim they haven’t seen him since Tuesday and they call the police yesterday (Friday) now wanting the police to help find him �� I try to keep an open mind but I have some pretty strong judgement of his parents

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    I'm suspicious about the boyfriend "missing" and think that while Gabby is missing, the boyfriend is in hiding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firstbaby View Post
    The parents claim they havenít seen him since Tuesday and they call the police yesterday (Friday) now wanting the police to help find him �� I try to keep an open mind but I have some pretty strong judgement of his parents
    They have to realize how incriminating their behavior and their son's behavior looks. I mean, the story is starting to get a little far fetched for him to have nothing to do with her disappearance. If he did leave without his parent's knowledge, I'm guessing he's starting to crack and panic.

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