Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 #9 *ARRESTS*

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  1. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    I did not think we will know about they lay their case out IMO -Safe travels
    ETA spelling
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    spaz1959 Well-Known Member

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    Imagine if LE had to use luminol to see all of blood splatter, it's entirely possible FD missed wiping up some blood. He just didn't see it.
    Was a shower curtain liner or plastic drop cloth purchased by FD? Husband and his father had a carpenter company. They often did painting. They only used cloth drop cloths. Maybe FD dismembered JD right in garage, on plastic tarp. Why move body all over the place? Also FD doesn't strike me as someone who owned a chain saw,however was there a recent purchase of one for work? Also, did FD employee have tools in his truck?
     
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  5. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Can you pay for vanity plates in CT?
     
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    Many of us love our pets to bits, even if they 'aren't that smart'.
    Just thinking some of these superb dogs have been trained to help in missing persons cases etc is just wonderful.
    Their handlers would be so proud, and their doggies will definitely be receiving treats, for their work.
     
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    spaz1959 Well-Known Member

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    Now it stands for Where's JD?
     
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    you can, but they wouldn't look like this, more like JDULOS or JENND. Something more distinctive.
     
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    Looks like you can. Special order plates application here.
    DMV: Vanity Plates
     
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  10. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Nothing reported about the employees truck - timeline appears to be from 8:15 am after school drop off to noon when housekeeper arrived- but it’s been suggested that time is closer to 10:30-11am - MOO is JD was moved from her garage to the Sturbridge property in her own vehicle and then a decision was made (she may have only been stunned IMO)
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    I thought the same thing
     
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    IMO
    I think he originally planned this crime, and it did not go as planned. He was a contractor he had access to any cleaning agents, sponges and contractor bags. He could have had them for months - removing mold from properties requires strong cleaning agents, totally legitimate purchase for a contractor... If he were smart - and we know he is clever in certain areas of thinking - he would have brought a lot of things in his giant suburban just in case. Heck he might have brought a saw?
    A lawyer friend of mine told me initially right when all the blood was found splattered in the garage, that, a crime scene with blood splatters all over is indicative that he dismembered her. Remember he grew up in a family that ran a tanning business - his father and uncle and I think he probably worked there with them at some point. As gruesome as it is to write and think about poor JD and her demise, I think this is what happened. I think there was time, knowledge and equipment, although not being a forensic expert he left a bloody trail not easily removed as he thought.....sorry to be so gruesome but we are dealing with a horrible crime of a lovely mom and daughter. She deserves every possible trail to be thought of to solve this case....
    IMO
     
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    When this happens, there will be loads of happy posts here, pasting FD's sly face up, for all to see.:):)
    Probably when I'm asleep, but I'll be so pleased to be welcomed by posts galore.
    Hope it happens soon.
     
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  14. Curious in CT

    Curious in CT Truth is stranger than fiction

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    It sounds like FD chose the absolute worst place in the state of Connecticut to ditch evidence (thank goodness).
    Cameras capture 'critical footage' in Jennifer Dulos case
    Will be interesting to see how quickly this hastens installment of similar systems elsewhere *cough* Waveny *cough* (I know there's a petition circulating there.)
     
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    Before NP became a player, after MT met with LE and made her walk through of the Farmington ? House and property, someone on another popular “discussion” group claimed MT had completely given FD up and was cooperating with LE. This person quite adamantly claimed inside information. The poster looked possibly legitimate in their implied profession- (I read over many of their comments and other posts)- but seemed just a little reactionary for me to find him completely credible. However, concerning this subject I thought he might be believable, especially because, after he made his statements he shut up about it and has not ranted on.
     
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    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    I’m not too sure it’s so unusual, I’m sure they are probably trying to protect from some vultures trying to profit off of JD murder.

    People have been known to make accounts for just that reason to profit and heck some even have used their own kids.....

    I think if the Farber families truly thought it was necessary, they would put up money themselves.

    Me personally, I absolutely hate rewards and have seen them do far more damage than good!
     
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    My guesses
    1. On the borrowed red truck. To get FD and a body sized container to JDs neighborhood, to park and watch until she returned from school drop off, to pull in her drive and up to her garage behind her for a blitz attack, to transport her concealed body ( now in container) and unexpected trash bags of clean-up debris to secondary site.
    2. FD
    3. Quite possibly while dealing w body (perhaps at Sturbridge house) and creating 30 smaller bags ( at MS house).

    Edit: typo and added info
     
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    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    Did he have a change of clothing with him, too? Because he’d have at least some blood on him, I would imagine, if he wasn’t noticeably covered in it. If he didn’t change his clothing, I would think he wouldn’t want to be seen outside of JD’s vehicle at Waveny Park. I am struggling with how he wasn’t seen that morning by somebody, fiddling around at the park with her car. This is one reason that I don’t think he made a body transfer from JD’s car to another at the park, or anyplace else where he could be noticed, unless he had a change of clothing.
     
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    His finances are fishy, imo. And it's not a coincidence imo that the marriage fell apart when JD's father, who was supplying financial support to FD, died. And it's not a coincidence imo that JD was killed when she started bringing up FD's finances in court during the divorce.

    He's either a really dumb business man or he's been running a shady business. Or both, I suppose.

    jmo
     
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