Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #2

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  1. gitana1

    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    So having degrees from two "prestigious universities" makes someone somehow more moral and more entitled to bail?

    This is a problem in our country. Someone who has the funds to get into or attend college at all, let alone an expensive one, should not be at an advantage when it comes to bail. And while the judge denied his request for a reduction, the fact that the lawyer even mentioned it as a factor in entitling the guy to a lower bail shows that privilege exists.

    COURT APPEARANCE: Fotis Dulos faces judge
     
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  2. afitzy

    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    Its interesting though that the residents are being asked for CCTV footage now vs last week. Its hard to know for sure but it looks like they are interested in roads that lead to either entrance to the Merritt (Rt. 123 or South Ave.).
     
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    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    Bridgeport.
     
  4. Jilllian

    Jilllian Verified Insider - Jennifer Ramsaran Case

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    I wonder if they drove around more remote parts of the area in the Ford Raptor and dumped JD's body somewhere off the beaten path, far away from the current search areas. Perhaps he left his phone at one of the houses in order to do this, so LE wouldn't think they went anywhere else besides the presently known locations.
     
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    gitana1 Verified Attorney

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    An attorney would not recommend he not post bail and there's nothing to suggest that his attorney did. I think the guy can't post bail right now even though at the hearing he either thought he could or pretended that he could.

    We already know he's a dummy. He's probably a spoiled brat too and thinks his family, if they exist, will do it immediately.
     
  6. afitzy

    afitzy STAY HOME, SAVE LIVES!

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    @otto. Here is link to NCPD personnel roster. New Canaan Police | Personnel - 43 police staff
     
  7. isabella88

    isabella88 Well-Known Member

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    He's already got a wild-eyed, Bridgeport lockup look, IMO! Fitting right in.
     
  8. Ressler

    Ressler Well-Known Member

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    IMO, after the brutal attack and cleanup, FD left JD’s NC home with JD possibly following MT as she drove JDs vehicle to the park. MT could pass for JD with a hat and sunglasses and jog away leaving JDs vehicle to later be discovered while jogging away also disposed of the cellphone. Then MT meets up with FD along the perimeter of the park or a little further away.
     
  9. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    Yes, what matters is the nature of the crime that was committed. Who cares about your pedigree!?

    This is why we are seeing efforts at bail reform.

    Also, I’ve just realized that I’ve parroted atleast two of your posts from earlier today. I need to read before I write.
     
  10. LetJusticePrevail

    LetJusticePrevail Well-Known Member

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    There’s a review on his business page that he came in way over quoted amount so maybe that became his means of financing. Low balling to get people’s deposits which they’d not want to lose, then coming in we’ll over so that extra could bank roll more
     
  11. GordianKnot

    GordianKnot Former Member

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    RSABBM:

    In a word: Yes. I think it could be just as extensive.

    With what we know so far, this case to me eerily mirrors the Berreth case, up to and including the level of involvement of the respective side pieces.

    In the Berreth case, KK had foreknowledge of the murder plot.
    It wouldn't surprise me if MT knew in advance of FD's plans to harm JD, either.

    This side piece may also have doubled as a cleaning lady for FD, although whoever attempted to clean up at the scene appears to have done a really perfunctory job. Then again, neither FD or the side piece likely have much experience rolling up their sleeves and putting their elbow grease into the housework.

    Unlike PF in the Berreth case, though, I think FD wanted to be the one to do the actual evil deed.
    I don't think he solicited MT to commit the murder itself.
    This loser's all about proving his "manhood."
    In his evil, twisted mind, violently and viciously killing JD would accomplish that end.
    What a man.
    Sicko.

    It is devoutly to be hoped that MT does not receive any sweetie beauty of a deal like we saw KK get in the Berreth case. Having said that, if she can lead LE directly to JD's remains, I think we'll see some type of deal materialize.

    Should MT be in huge trouble and facing hard prison time? You betcha'.

    Is she, though?
    I dunno.

    JMO.
     
  12. LVatty10

    LVatty10 Verified Attorney

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    Snipped and BBM

    Please don’t crucify me. To be clear, I HATE ******* lawyers more than anyone because they shame my profession, a profession that I worked very hard for!

    But, the lawyers were not enlisted to help “the family.” I think it’s a tiny bit unfair to put a tragic horrific ending to a very contentious custody and divorce fight on the lawyers. A lawyer’s job is to advocate and fight for his/her client. Period. Of course there are lines that should not be crossed and it can be a very tight rope to walk. But FD’s lawyers fighting for him to have additional time with his kids or even for joint custody means they were doing their jobs. Sorry, just had to say that.
     
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    He likely didn't require coaxing, but he had coaxing, imo. I think they were partners in crime. jmo.

    JMOpinion
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    If FD is a sociopath, he likely has charm. He easily could've convinced MT he had a perfect plan, causing her to go along with it. I think it's likely she was driving around while he committed the murder. Instead of his "perfect plan," his rage got the better of him and he bungled the whole thing. JMO.
     
  15. borndem

    borndem Anglophile & registered demwit

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    The man is a genius!! Thank goodness for that, huh?! :rolleyes:
     
  16. Jilllian

    Jilllian Verified Insider - Jennifer Ramsaran Case

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    How interesting would it be if MT, now bonded out, hopped onto WS and started reading this thread?!

    (Enjoy your freedom while you can, Sister! It won't last long!)
     
  17. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    My issue with her body being in his truck is this: They have his truck. Wouldn't her blood and DNA in the truck be enough to hold them longer? Obviously, they're likely waiting until they find the body to press murder charges, but it seems likely to be they may have used a vehicle that wasn't his truck that morning. I just don't know if he has more than one vehicle or MT has one (although I feel like I remember mention of a white pickup that may belong to her). JMO.
     
  18. oviedo

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    I agree I think it’s the judge that’s the problem IMO this is not a new thing I know of a divorce case going on 5 years litigation with young children and a foreclosure and custody transfers take place at the police station it’s so bad - this happens all the time IMO when do you know it will escalate to murder ? Sadly you can’t predict with accuracy but I think they should error on the side of caution MOO
     
  19. WhimsicalWillow

    WhimsicalWillow All of my posts are MOO & accuracy not guaranteed

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    Exactly. I just saw Napolitano on Fox News disagreeing with the low amount of bail and no murder charge. Napolitano said he believed there was enough evidence to convict him of murder and deny bail. He also said if there was no murder conviction, he’d set the bail as if there was anyway. The criminal justice system needs to be reformed because it’s appalling. An Ivy League education does not = morality.
     
  20. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    This is another reason I think they may have used a vehicle that wasn't the Raptor. Figuring out what that vehicle was might be the reason they're trying to watch tape now. They might have found no evidence of JD in his car.
     
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