Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #6 *ARRESTS*

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  1. sds71

    sds71 Well-Known Member

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    Could FD have taken out lines of credit on the houses?
    Maxed it out sticking Farbers with debt
    A Bust Out
     
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    While it would seem (timing wise) that the money would be coming from the lawyer, would this actually make sense? If the lawyer is doing the work pro bono, why would he pony up the money to get his client out? Is there any chance at all that he would be repaid?
     
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    For days now when you google about this case "Norm Pattis" is in almost every search that comes up. He must be pleased...his PR firm is doing their job. Hang on folks, this is only the beginning.

    I'm anxiously awaiting to see if new "facts" come out in court today.
     
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    afitzy-you are just a gem. Your sleuthing skills are unparalleled!
     
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    You can go to ct.gov, click on criminal cases on the left and enter JD or MTs last name and see what status is, when next court date is and times. You can also do the same for civil/family cases where you’ll see all the cases (divorce, civil)
     
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    It's from unnamed LE sources - see here:
    Twitter
     
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    To me, the only third party who could have murdered JD and framed Dulos, would be a person who knows: that they were divorcing; that it was mighty contentious; that JD was afraid of FD and potential physical violence; and that not only would FD have no way to truly prove that he was somewhere (anywhere) else to be at that time, but that FD would later be video’d leaving 30 bags of evidence containing JD’s blood in North Hartford. And dumping doctored license plates (that had belonged to FD several years before).

    I think everyone in FD’s orbit knew what he was-that’s why nobody bonded him out, that’s why all of his business contacts and partners ran from him, and why all of his friends dropped him on his social media. Everybody had an inkling of what he was about. I’m sure not all thought he would be capable of murder, but I bet there are some people who are not surprised. At all.
     
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    I think it may be someone else’s money, not the lawyer’s money; but “fronting” it so the actual source isn’t discovered. Hiding FD’s financials from view or protecting the actual person providing the funds. But-I am not actually convinced that he will be bailed out at all.
     
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    @gitana1
    Re: Taxes

    Correct. She’d have to pay taxes wherever she was working. BUT, if working in Venezuela et al, while maintaining US citizenship, she would still have to pay taxes to US for her income. Tax law was a long time ago for me, but lamely got a refresher when reading up on Megan Markle. Who else sees “Megan’s Tax Requirements” and thinks, ‘ooohh...’? Just me?

    & I in no way think she renounced citizenship. Someone asked why she would need a visa to be employed if she were born in TN. The answer to that would be she renounced her citizenship. I don’t know that she had a visa. It is just completely possible she could have been born in the US, AND needs a visa.
     
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    What is the best way to watch this live? Is there a live feed somewhere?
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    There wasn't last week. We stalked Twitter for updates instead. Haven't heard if it's different this week.
     
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    RE: Why would Pattis discuss MT if defending FD?

    He wants to keep her on board!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    It was the other way around. The killer owed the husband money and was caught writing himself checks from the business.
     
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    This made me think about blog posts where JD complains about, and mentions her kids complaining that, their dad works all the time. Kids wishes dad wasn't away so much working.

     
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    That was the case up until last year when the new tax laws went into effect. Now she can collect income overseas and not pay US income taxes.
     
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    Pattis would be handsomely paid back with other criminal clients, who had actual money to pay him - to get them off..if this case turns out well for NP and his client..

    You know they are going with the; No body, no crime, my client wasn't there, here's my alibi...and this guy can walk. We have seen this before.

    So, here's hoping JD is found soon before all evidence is gone...but by FD attitude and that of MT, they know she won't be found...

    Casey Anthony got away with it..it happens. Reasonable doubt..is all too real..Scary...
     
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