Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #4 *ARRESTS*

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  1. MLaps

    MLaps Well-Known Member

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    but someone like FD doesn’t see himself as a problem, so he’d never realize that his kids fear him. He’d mistake it for love and admiration.
     
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  2. SuperTmo

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    Ultimately he may have even been separated from his first wife prior to reuniting with JF. I don’t really care if people date while their divorce is pending. That is extremely common given how long divorces can take even when they are amicable!
     
  3. Not a Belle

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    I don’t think he cared. I think they were his tickets to their grandparents’ money, just accessories for him.
     
  4. MLaps

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    Here’s a question, does anyone know if JD had a last will and testament perhaps? I don’t want to assume so but...it’s possible FD might think he’ll get her money if she’s dead. More motive perhaps. just a thought.
     
  5. Starkville

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    Wildly speculating, but IMO it’s possible he had everyone convinced his first wife was “psycho”. Although it’s reported their divorce was “amicable”, he could have painted it any way he liked. That’s what these people do.

    I’d love to know the real story.

    (Edited to fix typo)
     
  6. SuperTmo

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    Oh gosh. I guarantee you he thought he was the BEST man. None of this was his fault. His business failures were always the fault of partners or subcontractors. His issues at home were likely blamed on his parents and then JD. He very likely believes he is father of the year. He likely views the consequences of his actions as him being victimized by JD and the court.
     
  7. indicolite22

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    That might have been the only time when he expected her to be alone in the house. Another possibility would be to surprise/ambush her elsewhere (e.g. a park), which doesn't seem to have happened.
     
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  8. SuperTmo

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    OMG he is probably dumb enough to think they will find her body, pay him her life insurance and he can use it for his high caliber defense team.
     
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    There was not anything these bozos did that was smart.
     
  10. indicolite22

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    IMO he didn't care if he was going to be suspected. As long as they could not prove he did anything to her, he would remain free.
     
  11. Inthedetails

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    Can you imagine water skiing for hours when you didn't want to? It is essentially torture to do that. It's not a sport like baseball or soccer where you could just kinda "be there" if you don't want to be there (at that age) - with water skiing, it's all you and you have to totally focus on it. Hurts thinking about it.

    jmo
     
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    My first post;)
    I read that he had tried to doctor the new plates with black tape? I can’t remember where I read this?!

    When you die and are married if you don’t have a will it all goes to your spouse. Let’s hope with a divorce that becomes null and void.
    It is chilling that the day she left him she had to basically sneak away with a house already rented and a get away plan set up (visiting grave).
    Water skiing seems like such an odd sport to be “into” if you live in the Northeast where summer is basically 3 month long.
     
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    I think he watched a lot of TV / movies on murder where the theme is “if they can’t find the body, they can’t pin you to the murder”.

    He was in construction, he had access to chippers, incinerators, dumps, multiple means of obliterating a body. He was likely more confident in his ability to destroy any trace of evidence than the avg person given his profession. He is an intelligent man, he of course had to believe he would be suspect #1 given he’s the ex, the divorce, abuse, etc., but likely clung to the theory that everyone will look past that given no body. He didn’t count on the blood evidence and was pretty sloppy here.

    So i think he thought everyone, including his kids, MIL, etc., would come around and accept him again, given no body and he could credibly spin the tale of “she disappeared”. He was constantly referencing JD’s use of antidepressants in the divorce, so he could say “your mother was unstable and unwell”.
     
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    She probably did. Many people do their will when they start to have children. And it wouldn’t surprise me at all if JD did the same-and changed it when she began divorce proceedings against FD. She would have wanted to eliminate him as a beneficiary of her estate. I definitely think in the Farber family, this is something you take care of.
     
  16. SuperTmo

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    He doesn’t care about his kids. He didn’t before their mom died. They are just part of an outcome he wanted for himself.

    FD probably has no real understanding of how his kids feel about him. He likely misinterprets their fear of him as respect for him. When they didn’t want to be with him that was probably blamed on JD as her alienating them from him and turning them against him. The problem wasn’t ever him.

    He won’t be able to understand how they feel about her death as he doesn’t feel bonds and emotions like normal people do. Frankly he doesn’t give a rip if the kids revered him or not but he probably does think they will suddenly love him now that she isn’t around tainting their view of him. I hate people like this.
     
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    <modsnip - telling posters what to post>
    he went to Brown and studied applied Math, and went to Columbia Business School. On paper he is more intelligent than most here. He is likely a psychopath and at least a sociopath, and was cocky enough to think a murder with no body was a very achievable feat to get away with, even if he was the ex. He is not a good murderer, we can clearly state that. <modsnip - casting aspersions on other posters>
     
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    As much as JD planned her exit/escape from FD, I would assume she made sure to get her will/living will in place...her mom is her POA, her attorney would have advised her of this. She would make sure her children would be covered if anything happened to her.

    Sadly, as much as she thought he could be capable of harming her, he succeeded in murdering her.
     
  19. Curious in CT

    Curious in CT Truth is stranger than fiction

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    And his dad was a tanner. Ew.
     
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    great insight. I did not realize that so many people park there. As I always avoided that grass area and trail by Lapham or parking there due to the muddiness and long grass.
     
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