Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #11 *ARRESTS*

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  1. NWLady

    NWLady Well-Known Member

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    It shouldn't be 'why' FD violated his terms, but rather should be that he DID (period).

    If they wanted a good reason to revoke his bond and throw him back in, I'd think that would do it?

    JMO and I am no lawyer.
     
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    spaz1959 Well-Known Member

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    My money is on GF. If I just lost my child, had quite a bit of money, and had to look at my 5 grandchildren's faces everyday, you better believe I would be a force to be feared.
     
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    Surprised the Pattis came up with an excuse to immediately 'justify' the trip into NY rather than condemn the fact that it happened. Doesn't seem like Pattis is taking the Courts decision to 'stay in CT absent approval' very seriously and is ok saying effectively that traffic was bad and oh yea **** happens! Crazy that this is the view of a member of the bar IMO. Wonder when we will see the gag order? Desparately needed at this point as this is turning into a circus as is making the already weak CT judicial system seem like a farce IMO!
     
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  4. Herat

    Herat Well-Known Member

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    How much do you really want to know & what will you do with the information.?

    Think about it and ask yourself
     
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    BUF Well-Known Member

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    As search for New Canaan mother of five Jennifer Farber Dulos ends at Hartford trash plant, her contentious divorce and custody battle with estranged husband escalates

    On Tuesday, Jeffrey A. Tremblay, the former head of school at Renbrook School in West Hartford where the Dulos children went for several years before moving to New Canaan, refuted the theory that Farber Dulos would abandon her children.

    “Jennifer was warm, smart, gracious, and an awesome parent and advocate to her children. I would stand outside each morning when she’d drop her kids off and talk with her everyday before shaking her kids’ hands,” Tremblay said in an email. He is now the head of the Levey Day school in Portland, Me.

    “She was so attuned to them and them to her. They had such a love about them,” Tremblay said. “People need to hear more about Jennifer’s role as a mom, and her love for her kids and her life. She’d NEVER ever leave them.”
     
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  6. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    Not really. Because the divorce case would've simply died on its own (because the court loses jurisdiction) and orders rendered moot if Jennifer was determined to be dead. He would've have automatically gotten custody and all the community assets (unless her estate took up the issue of assets and debts in probate court). Which is probably why he killed his wife.

    Except that her mother intervened and is now going to be a party to the case. So now the case continues and grandma is asserting custodial rights, even if Jennifer's body is found.

    He's been in a rush to get control of the kids because he's a controlling narcissist.
     
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  7. spaz1959

    spaz1959 Well-Known Member

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    How far is the nearest airport from FD? Is FD growing in his hair and beard?
     
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  8. DEB-Z

    DEB-Z BSN, RN

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    It amazes me after living in a small New England state, then relocating to FL, how small the states are in the North East...
    It takes nothing to drive from MA into RI if you are not familiar with the streets, you would never know... Especially when the GPS on cars keep redirecting your route when driving... unless you personally know the roads a brief unintentional mistake is bound to happen... It is not like he was making a run for it !
     
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  9. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Whether he left the state intentionally or not, I bet the speed with which LE was aware may have shaken him. Plus, the longer he's out, the better chance he might slip up in some way. They can take their time building their case and sifting through the trash evidence they've collected while investigating the tips and video footage.
     
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  10. Herat

    Herat Well-Known Member

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    As in:

    Can I make it to NYC, JFK, or LaGuardia before they know I’m gone.
     
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  11. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Bradley is closest to Farmington. It's a small international airport, but there's no way he'd make it through there without anyone noticing.
     
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    It takes a long time for these evaluations
     
  13. LittleBitty

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    Tomorrow will be a powder keg then! Lots of stuff happening. I feel so bad for JD. She was bullied and harassed by FD and his legal team. Petitions the court, because of all the vitriolic stuff flying, and is successful in getting a GAL so that there would be an impartial observer. She is denied a TRO and even after specific violations of the Judges orders (not to speak Greek in front of the GAL, not to bring kids around MT and her daughter—which FD does and tries to get the kids to lie about) by FD he is still granted even more supervised visitation. And then the GAL allegedly shares an incomplete study with FDs counsel which his highly unscrupulous attorney NP is now using to attack her! I just....I am ready for people to be arrested or rearrested NOW! Bring it on!
     
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    Gitana 1, I would love to hear your opinion of what you think FD is up to with crossing state lines?
     
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    There are flights from BDL to Greece
     
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    Back to the topic of FD's financial finesse / business integrity or lack thereof with all the McMansions he 'developed' and tried to sell in CT apparently bankrolled by his FIL, he went so far as to file with the town of Farmington in 2014 to challenge their fair market value of the 4 JC home they owned because, presumably, he / they didn't want to have to pay property taxes on the higher value.

    FindACase™ | Dulos v. Town of Farmington
    The plaintiffs, Fotis and Jennifer Dulos, are owners of real property at 4 Jefferson Crossing in the town of Farmington (town). The plaintiffs challenge the fair market valuation of $3, 654, 400 placed on their property by the town's assessor on the Grand List of October 1, 2012.

    The plaintiffs' appraiser, Bruce Hunter (Hunter), valued the subject, as of October 1, 2012, at $1, 600, 000. The town's appraiser, Robert B. Ficks, Jr. (Ficks), valued the subject, as of October 1, 2012, at $2, 875, 000.

    Not surprising IMO that the GAL was somewhat asleep at the wheel
     
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    Does FD have his passports back?
     
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    Can you p,ease explain what this article says? Thank you
     
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    I'm still a bit confused about why we are back to Family Court as my understanding was that GF filed the custody motion in Probate Court? What happened to the Probate Court ruling RE: Custody?
     
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  20. spaz1959

    spaz1959 Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure this *** FD knows a guy. ...
     
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