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

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  1. Jodiwankenobi8

    Jodiwankenobi8 Well-Known Member

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    @afitzy
    “WOW and OMG! Throwing down so early in the process is interesting strategy IMO. Not so sure about the phrase, "...powerful reason to doubt FD was even at the scene".... Looks like they are going to try to blame some 'invisible to be named later player' IMO.”

    Sorry - I cut and pasted bc can’t respond in other thread. It’s the SOD (some other dude) defense.

    What stood out to me (maybe just having legal experience with wording) was his basically saying, “You can’t PROVE he did it.” That’s far different than, “He didn’t do it.”
     
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    Jodiwankenobi8 Well-Known Member

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    MT would be insane to do be doing anything with Fore Group webpage. FD’s attorney (his office) is likely responsible for changes.
     
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    Thoughts abt disposal but not a murder - see Robert Durst
     
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    iirc, didn't he claim self-defense?

    MOO
     
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    My thoughts RE MT not being in NC that morning - SO?! Idk abt CT law, but in FL, you can actively plan a murder, not actually do the deed, not even do a clean up, and be guilty of murder. The Mike Williams murder comes to mind. Wife and BFF planned husband’s murder, BFF does the deed, wife didn’t ever know the details or where he was (requested he didn’t tell her), long story short, BFF AND wife are in prison, guilty of murder. Here, it is required to show “an act in furtherance” aka more than just saying, “Will not someone rid me of that troublesome priest?” The wife’s “act” was not acting - she knew when the murder would occur, and sent him off to his death (she called it off once previously - told him to stay home). So, my question is, without a conspiracy charge in CT, what is required to charge MT if she wasn’t present during the crime?
     
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    Yes. The actual claim can be anything - aliens dropped her in my yard and I was scared. I was meaning the disposal. It was a case where he fully admitted to dismemberment and disposal, but the jury felt the state didn’t prove a murder occurred. Here, state has evidence of disposal, so attorney is saying, “Yeah, but you can’t prove he was in NC...”
     
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    If FD lawyers say he shouldn’t have given up his cell phone
    would all the gps tracking be ruled inadmissible
     
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    If she were to have renounced citizenship, it would have been before last year. If she didn’t, good news for her if she goes free?
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    ONLY ON .@FOX61News: Fotis Dulos' attorney, Norm Pattis, tells .@FOX61News he believes his client has a solid alibi and plans to plead not guilty at Stamford Superior Court this morning on charges related to the disappearance of his estranged wife, #JenniferDulos.

    newsbell on Twitter
     
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    Has it been discussed that a drone saw MT leading investigators in the wooded area behind the home? And also, her attorney said that MT gave a videoed statement which would lead to believe she told what she knows, saw or did.
     
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    Also, didn’t warrant say MT and FD cell phones traveled together during afternoon hours?
     
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    And Pattis thinks it is "noble" to get a wife-abusing lying murderer off on that basis -- I will never understand that mentality, and yes I know our legal system depends on everyone having the right to defense, but I think a lawyer who knows his client committed murder (and come on, let's get real here) should get him to plea bargain and own up to his guilt, not try to evade justice. I still have great hope that FD will go to prison for life.
     
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    I think just during the Hartford dump.
     
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    I suspect among those not surprised is his former lawyer who could no longer represent him. He saw the abuse and the rage and the personality defects in FD.
     
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    ITA. But, as we all know, it's on the prosecutor to prove it.

    And, I think LE is saying to the prosecutor, "Don't worry. We got what you need."

    Hopeful thinking on my part, perhaps, but I think FD will be proven guilty (provided he is guilty, which I happen to think he is).

    jmopinion at the moment
     
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    I cannot wait to hear the alibi.

    jmo
     
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    I can't be live on WS when the two appear in court this morning - so I'm counting on WSers to provide coverage I can read later. TIA!!!
     
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    Same. I'm guessing they're going to try and insinuate that since MT wasn't there, FD was with her. Maybe his phone was dead, so it becomes he said, she said. Hopefully it isn't anything stronger, but I would think FD thought ahead on this. Like others have suggested, maybe she had his phone?
     
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    Alkali13 Wannabe Criminalist

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    Oh, you know we will. :)
     
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