Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by doodles1211, May 26, 2019.
Or dressed like that standing right next to him if/when he wakes up!
Farmington Police presser at 2:30 pm est
WFSB comparing this case to Charles Stuart case in Boston in 1989, who made up story about his wife's killing and then committed suicide when evidence came out.
It would be a relief to her family, imo, if he were successful today. The kids could close the door on him. I do hope that her family will get the answers of where Jennifer is but I don't think that's going to happen.
ITA It was always about the money. All of it, the divorce, the forceful push for financial disclosure, JD, the trust, the kids and their inheritance. FD was in desperation and a financial free fall. JMO
Judge suspends law license of Attorney Kent Mawhinney who is charged in the murder case of Jennifer Farber Dulos
When I saw him dressed in black on the 28th at court it made me wonder if he was trying to make a point with that color choice. JMO
That was an heinous crime. Lived in Boston at that time. He jumped of the Tobin bridge. That is a very tall bridge in dwtn Boston. ...
According to CBS, LifeStar transferring from hospital to another.
ETA: Alive in some fashion.
Was his silver BMW m3 in the opened garage or it was parked in that middle bay. Since where it is now is not a garage
He should be put on suicide watch.
State police confirm FD is being transferred by helicopter to another trauma center.
Helicopter will transport FD to another hospital
That is a vehicle which entered his driveway through a fancy archway that is open on either side, after all of the drama started
oh, he's being transferred to another hospital.......
FD is alive. Will be transported by helicopter from UCONN medical center to another facility.
via WFSB live coverage
WFSB - Fd is going to be taken by LifeStar helicopter to another hospital.
There will supposedly be a press stmt shortly but no confirmed time.
WFSB reporting that a Lifestar helicopter is transporting FD from Uconn to another hospital..likely Hartford Hospital.
The color of his soul.