Silver Alert CT - Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #15 *ARRESTS*

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  1. Bulldogs2

    Bulldogs2 Well-Known Member

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    I think there’s a lot of high salary earners in the CSSD. I know there are and this proves it. In other states guardian ad litems are licensed Clinical social workers not Atty’s. There is a separate Atty for the children. Anyway, he’s not a mental health professional. The system could be better.
     
  2. Bulldogs2

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    Just like Marcia Clark!
     
  3. Bulldogs2

    Bulldogs2 Well-Known Member

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    No she’s not roughing it. Appears like she’s stating at the Avon Marriott
     
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    CTGrammy Expert IMO

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  5. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    521 was to stay the divorce proceedings because JD isn't present. Now, NP wants to file motions for the family evaluation, so he needs the divorce proceedings to continue, I think. As noted, both are defense motions.

    I'd like to see the documents also.
     
  6. thekirbyfamily

    thekirbyfamily No Longer Stuck in Connecticut...Wooohooo!!!

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    Right? Making $300,000.00 a year doing it? An unbelievable fleecing which is all too common here.
     
  7. Midwestmom2019

    Midwestmom2019 Well-Known Member

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    They need her help right now.
    As for erasing files, never truly erased. Can be retrieved.
    Anyway, the body. Where can she possibly be? I’ve racked my brain trying to think where she is hidden backtracking from where to hide a body so that it is never found.
    I’m still with my cement drum bottom of ocean idea.
    Wonder if sonar can detect it? Grid off the ocean and search. Apparently there is a shelf extending from the shoreline before the ground drops off dramatically into the abyss.
    I have no other info.
    Yes, I know there’s a million places in Connecticut. Water holes. Swamps. Woods.
    In the window of opportunity she went missing, it seems he had an accomplice disposing of the body. Unless, the perp’s plan was perfect down to the minute. And time and again we hear of cases where that was not possible. Always some last minute glitch.
    Good night all.
     
  8. Midwestmom2019

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    He’s a maverick. Everyone knows he sports a pony tail. Otherwise, he would have no distinguishing features to dazzle media blitz. Marcia Clark was on the salary of a DA. The State should have realized early on that this was a Hollywood production and supplied the entire DA’s office with professional stage management. Attire. Make up. Hair. By the time the DA realized what an impact media was playing, damage control was all that they could do. She and her staff had already made the first impression. Her audition was over.
    Rest assured defense had the professionals in place. From day one.
     
  9. Curious in CT

    Curious in CT Well, Hot Dog!

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    Sorry you've had such a rough go of it in Connecticut, @thekirbyfamily . I have lived in Fairfield County since college in the late 80s, early 90s. The state has its challenges, as all do, but I have also found great opportunities and a wealth of amazing relationships, both personal and professional. I hope better times com to you, or you find a way to move elsewhere.
     
  10. Jmoose

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    This is what I assumed should have been the case here. And yet the GAL was at the very least, carrying it around with him.
     
  11. Curious in CT

    Curious in CT Well, Hot Dog!

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    THIS is about to get interesting!
    In keeping the scope of questioning specific to Fore finances, it would seem that there would be less wiggle room to plead the fifth. Maybe?

     
  12. Curious in CT

    Curious in CT Well, Hot Dog!

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    "I believe that the state is a necessary fiction, and that failing to combat it is the first step toward tyranny." - Norm Pattis
    This guy is fit to be practicing law?!
     
  13. MuddyTires

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    Nightmares? From commentary on the legal system, the First Amendment, and political and social issues?

    There's actually a fair amount of thought-provoking commentary that raises good questions on difficult issues to consider and explore with an open mind. Some examples:

    Fukuyama Offers Insight Into The World To Come

    Happy Thanksgiving, Maslow Said

    Mommy Made Me Do It

    Integrity, Color Blindness and Juries

    The Vanishing Fourth Amendment

    Another Reason to Be Wary of the State -- Your Kids
     
  14. oceancalling

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    Others may disagree, but he is really skating is on thin ice here. If it can be established that he used a draft GAL report knowing it had been stolen, he has violated the disciplinary rules of the Connecticut Bar. His flippant comment that if he did something wrong, Judge Heller would let him know is just not how the system operates. It is his responsibility to act ethically regardless of, and independent from, what a trial court instructs him. Ignorance of the rules is NOT an excuse.

    It is true that each state has different rules of conduct, but most are modeled on American Bar Association rules, and there is some uniformity among the states. It is also true that each state Bar association enforces its rules to varying degrees. Still, there is a line drawn in all states where there is no doubt the lawyer conduct violates the rules.

    IMO knowingly using stolen reports is going to get a lawyer in trouble in every single state in this country. While is is debatable whether some of FP's other comments/conduct rise to the level of ethical violations, this conduct is unquestionably unethical under any Bar rules. Additionally, when a lawyer's conduct in a case is being reviewed, the Bar is going to look at the entire record. Comments that perhaps would be overlooked as isolated missteps are going to be scrutinized much more closely when they appear to be part of a course of conduct.

    Do I think the Bar is chomping at the bit to discipline NP over his conduct in this case? Not unless it is already looking at him. Do I think NP cares? Not a bit. As in most states, the Bar has its hands full and is only disciplining the most egregious acts of misconduct. It does not follow, however, that NP should consider himself bullet-proof. He is walking a dangerously thin line and IMOO lacks the judgement to know when he has crossed it.
     
  15. sds71

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    Dulos vs Dulos
    Farber suing for sole custody
    07/30/2019 527.00 P MOTION FOR CUSTODY OF MINOR CHILDREN [​IMG]
    Intervenor's Motion for Sole Custody, Pendente Lite
     
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    So Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson aren’t your jam?
     
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    He may like to hear himself speak and may be a complete blowhard, but IMO he is quite talented. It's maddening, I know!
     
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    IMO, without tenacious, albeit asinine in this case, defenders, the state and feds could just throw people behind bars for no good reason. Sometimes this still happens anyway. For me, the trouble with our justice system is inherently human. Humans are deeply flawed beings with ulterior motives and a constant need to be top of the food chain. MOO
     
  19. oceancalling

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    I have recently read about two cases in Florida where women have gone missing and it is believed the bodies of both women were disposed of at a garbage dump. Apparently, this type of disposal is not that uncommon. In one case, a co-worker has been charged with murder based upon DNA found in a dumpster. A video of the accused purchasing a carving knife is also some of the circumstantial evidence obtained by the prosecutor.

    In the other case, the victim's uncle is the prime suspect, but has not yet been charged. He presently is in custody for committing other crimes, which will keep him in prison for the rest of his life. The State is continuing to investigate the murder, but is in no hurry to charge because the defendant obviously is not going anywhere.

    I mention these two cases because it seems that NP is trying to infer that, because JD's body has not been located, a prosecution of FD for his wife's murder is not possible. While that may have been the case many years ago, the absence of a body will not stop this prosecution. The evidence of a serious physical assault in the garage, coupled with JD's disappearance, along with the DNA in JD's home, the garbage dumps, the altered tags are more than enough to charge and convict.

    In one of the cases I read about in Florida, the State knows the defendant dismembered the body and the State strongly suspects the victim's remains ended up at the local dump. After many weeks of searching, it has been unable to locate the remains. It makes me wonder if FD did something similar to JD. According to news reports, FD dumped materials into a large number of garbage cans, the majority of which had already been taken to the dump before LE began to search them. Is it possible that that JD's body (or parts of it) were in each one of those cans? If so, where did FD take JD's body to commit the ultimate act of inhumanity?

    I strongly believe that FD, perhaps with the assistance of others, disposed of JD's body on the day of the murder. I also believe the "garbage dump"is a part of the murder which was planned in advance. FD had to have researched when those cans were going to be picked up. He also had to have planned how he was going to get JD's remains there quickly. There is no way he could have timed using this method of disposal otherwise. Every step of the way, FD is left trial of evidence in his wake. It is my hope such evidence is now in LE custody.

    FD's conduct before the murder, combined with the altered tag, the leaving of the phone at home, the trading of the vehicles with an employee, the comments to the GAL during the supervised visitation at JD's home prior to the murder, constitute strong evidence of premeditation. It makes me wonder what other evidence LE has located. Are there videos of him purchasing the garbage bags seen in the video? Are there videos of him purchasing other items used in the crime? Something as innocuous as packaging tape can usually be traced. Has DNA been found elsewhere? Are any construction tools missing? There are so many areas of investigation, all of which LE is no doubt exploring.

    I hope JD's body is recovered, but I do not believe FD will escape punishment even if he never discloses her whereabouts. I continue to believe that the "forensic horsemen of the apocalypse" will be FD's downfall. If MT has any sense of self-preservation" she will not refuse to accompany FD on his hell bound train. Whether she chooses to do so is entirely within her control.
     
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