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

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  1. Alkali13

    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    It makes me so sad that this is still officially a missing persons case.
     
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    bkgregg5 Well-Known Member

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    I’ll admit I’ve skimmed the paperwork regarding the arrests, but I cannot offhand remember the exact wording as it relates to the “30 trash stops.” In my mind, just because they dumped trash at 30 different locations doesn’t mean they had 30 trash bags. Maybe they had ten, and opened up various bags and deposited misc items from each one along the way. Clearly they wanted to scatter their evidence, but nowhere do I see it specifically say they scattered 30 trash bags full of stuff. Am I wrong? I admit I don’t know the document word for word.
     
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  3. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain’t the Ones Beneath the Bed

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    Yeah, I think that’s accurate.

    We don’t know how these items were packaged, and there very well may not have been 30 bags.

    There were simply 30 locations.
     
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    njbchgal Well-Known Member

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    Well hopefully it sounds like they used the same size/color bags....maybe they were extra stupid and they were those small bags you put in trash cans that are blue, pink ;)
     
  5. Tiger Stripes

    Tiger Stripes Well-Known Member

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    But even if phones are turned *off*, can't records of their GPS coordinates still be tracked by the cell phone provider in the event of a serious crime, and handed over to LE -- if needed? MOO
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    I originally thought they dumped and LE found thirty bags. Reading more today, it looks like they STOPPED at least thirty times, and LE only recovered a fraction of the bags.
     
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  7. Angels Advocate

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    Yes. Simple. When one parent actively endangers the welfare and safety and lives of his/her children, (so much evidence of this presented just in these threads) the court needs to take action to protect those children from that parent. The case comes before that court for such action. And I totally disagree about the fact that the judge's inexperience in family law had a negative effect here. But that is not to say that family law judges are any better at doing the right thing, as a rule. As I have said the system is broken. Families are broken, the system is broken and the world is broken. But still, one judge, in one case, one person in one situation can make a difference by doing the right thing, at any time, or all the time. It's that simple. The system is set up to make money; lawyers are more interested in that than in the welfare of children involved. Judges can be corrupt and bought off by one party. I think there is more than enough evidence to satisfy you that the court has not performed as it should have in this case. Jennifer is dead. She sacrificed herself so that her children could live and grow up. She knew that he would never stop torturing her or them. No one protected her from her ex-husband. The children are safe only by the Grace of God and their grandmother and nanny, and likely the careful planning of their late Mother.
     
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  9. MyBelle

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    No it did not. A relaxed SCHEDULE means FD had more time with the children but the visitation was still supervised and other restrictions were also in place. For example, no private conversations with the children and no interaction with MT or her child.

    JMO
     
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  10. MyBelle

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    That's correct. According to the grandmother's court filing, JD and her children were already planning to visit her in NYC that day. I think it was JD's friends who notified LE that day.

    JMO
     
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    I agree. I also think that unfortunately, they are well aware of the monstrosities their father is capable of; I think their lives have been full of them.
     
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    well in her divorce docs in 2017 JD said FD admitted having a
    mistress for last year. So I guess in 2016 sometime.
    This woman is a serial mistress. wanna be wife.
     
  13. kaen

    kaen Trying to be a good human.

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    They are using a great law firm to make their case. Pullman and Comley is well regarded. It seems like a no brainer.

    One bit of information many have been thinking about is why the nanny brought the kids to NYC on that Friday. The document says the kids coming to the city was planned. So it seems that JD not showing up at mom's apt. after the appointments was the beginning of the concern. In the warrant we saw that the nanny is the person who let LE into the house that Friday night.
     
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    MT should be careful what she wishes for.
     
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    I do not disagree with anything you have stated. And I agree regardless of the visitation arrangement, FD thought getting rid of JD was going to solve all his problems. Once he made the decision, nothing was going to get in his way. MOO
     
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    MassGuy The Monsters Ain’t the Ones Beneath the Bed

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    Not if the phone is off.

    The last location when the phone was shut off, is the only thing law enforcement would have.
     
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    kaen Trying to be a good human.

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    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    Seems he was doing little more that leaching off his inlaws IMO

    often borrowing money and instead of paying it back when the business deal was done, He would simply pocket it with no intentions of ever paying it back

    And now that money had run out and it seems he was currently defrauding current clients by excessive add ons and dirty business practices

    The whole thing was a house of cards

    He was the worst of the worst before he ever became a murderer

    I hope he rots
     
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    Quoting myself— and FD is so arrogant he will blame JD for putting him in this position. My BF’s ex husband cheated on her. When he got caught, it was her fault because she went to the gym at 4:30 in the morning and took away from family time. You cannot reason with this type of crazy.
     
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  20. kaen

    kaen Trying to be a good human.

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    I would think that JD's friends were in contact with her mother. Between friends and mom a call to the NCPD was probably decided upon. Someone had to find out that she did not make either appointment. Someone probably drove by her home and she wasn't there.
     
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