Deceased/Not Found CT - Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 *ARRESTS* #40

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  1. Eli9

    Eli9 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. FD was absolutely non responsive during the CPR attempts IMO. I guess it kept a pulse active though. I liked the last shot of the reporter in front of the Justice for Jennifer memorial with the candles glowing.
     


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  3. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    From the Hartford Court the day's Events:
    8:30 a.m.: Concerns raised earlier about the value of the properties used to secure the $6 million bond Dulos posted after his Jan. 7 arrest on murder charges prompt a Superior Court judge to schedule an emergency hearing to revoke that bond and send Dulos back to jail.

    State insurance regulators transmitted their findings to Palmetto Surety — the South Carolina insurer that underwrote the bond with six pieces of real estate — that two of the properties were subject to foreclosure and a third was found to have been substantially overvalued.

    Palmetto’s local lawyer, A. Ryan McGuigan, planned to move in court to revoke the bond and discussed his plans with Stamford/Norwalk State’s Attorney Richard Colangelo at about 8:30 a.m. of the impending revocation. Colangelo notified Dulos’ attorney Norm Pattis about 30 minutes later.

    10:30 a.m.: Mark Motuzick, of Capitol Bail Bonds in Hartford, says he called Dulos at about 10:34 a.m. to talk about possibly taking over the $6 million bond, but Dulos tells him it was “all set.”

    11 a.m. to noon: In the hour before the expected court hearing, officials become concerned that Dulos had not arrived in Stamford yet.
    TIMELINE: Fotis Dulos in critical condition, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning after attempted suicide

    CON'T
     
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  4. mom2chloe

    mom2chloe Well-Known Member

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    Exactly! Every single child experiences life in a way that challenges them at least. What more do these kids have to endure and suffer through? I know they say God/the Universe never hands us more than we can manage but seriously? 5 innocent children who have suffered enormously at the hands of their own father. And they continue to suffer needlessly. There will never be an answer in this lifetime to sufficiently address the questions they must have. Heartbreaking.
     
  5. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    McGuigan said he and a private bondsman arrived at the Dulos home in Farmington to serve notice that they would be formally moving in court to pull the bond. McGuigan said he encountered a state of confusion.

    Farmington police were on the scene, joined by emergency medical personnel.

    Farmington police had been called to the home at 11:54 a.m. to conduct a well-being check on Dulos, who had not left for court, and instead found him sitting alone in his car in his garage with “obvious signs of medical distress,” Lt. Timothy McKenzie said.

    The first responders located Dulos in the garage of his home. McGuigan said Dulos, who appeared unresponsive, was moved to the backyard from the garage, which appeared to have been filled with smoke or exhaust.

    Noon: Emergency medical personnel begin efforts at resuscitation, which continue for an extended period of time, two sources say. A throng of reporters already gathered at the house grows as initial reports that Dulos has died spread, including notification of the family.

    12:45 p.m.: Despite initial reports, an ambulance and police escort come speeding out of the neighborhood and race Dulos to UConn Health less than 3 miles away.

    TIMELINE: Fotis Dulos in critical condition, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning after attempted suicide
     
  6. oviedo

    oviedo Well-Known Member

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    I truly believe that’s where she ended up and they do have some evidence of this - I’ve always found it odd that organized searches did not continue for months after she was murdered - if they did search maybe I’m forgetting - I really hope they get back inside that house and seize his computers and phones and see what he’s been up to
    JMO
    (I changed my avatar now that Kelsey has had justice - it’s time for Jennifer and her family now)
     
  7. LittleBitty

    LittleBitty Tiny Texas Tornado

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    “Mark Motuzick of Capital Bail Bonds in Hartford said Dulos called him at 9:53 a.m. to ask if he could take over the bond. Motuzick said he told Dulos it would not be easy and that he would call him back.

    Motuzick said he called Dulos back at 10:34 a.m. and Dulos told him it was “all set.”

    Motuzick said Dulos seemed out of it and short of breath — like he was working out.“
    Police say Fotis Dulos in critical condition after attempted suicide


    this above to me suggests that he was absolutely terrified of having his bond revoked and going to prison today. Jmo. I think that the phone call he received from his attorneys regarding the bond adjustment hearing precipitated this act. It gives me no clue as to how long he was in the garage with the gas but to me it suggests that today’s suicide attempt was directly related to him believing his bond would be revoked.
    Interesting he was calling other bondsman. Did NP abandon his client today? Yep.
     
  8. Twistinginthewind

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    Seems like LE / first responders got to him "just in the nick of time", and broke into the vehicle and saved him with CPR out on the driveway until the ambulance got there.

    It was the classic very close call.

    I think the timing was just right for his no-show at Court to trigger a wellness check, and the GPS to show his monitor was still at home, and they got to him right around the end of the exposure period that would be about to kill him.

    Wow. The timing is just incredible.

    Unheard of even, for someone to try to commit suicide with a method that occurs over a fixed period of time, with a potential intervention lined up, and end up still being able to be brought back from the 'almost dead', with the potential for treatment and recovery.

    The proverbial fickle finger of fate must be at it again.

    MOO
     
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  9. aaron44

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    Just wondering IMO if this was a "forced suicide". I keep thinking of the Godfather movie, and the old country ways. Was Fd led to this fate?

    Snipped this from wikipedia.

    Forced suicide was a common means of execution in ancient Greece and Rome. As a mark of respect it was generally reserved for aristocrats sentenced to death; the victims would either drink hemlock or fall on their swords. Economic motivations prompted some suicides in ancient Rome. A person who was condemned to death would forfeit property to the government. People could evade that provision and let the property pass to their heirs by committing suicide prior to arrest.

    MOO

    MOO
     
  10. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    3 p.m.: Farmington and state police confirm Dulos was found in his garage suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning and that he was in critical condition.


    3:30 p.m.: A LifeStar helicopter arrives at UConn Health to transport Dulos to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx.

    An ambulance, state police cruisers and a fire engine pulled up near the helicopter and a stretcher, covered with a white sheet, was pushed toward the aircraft.

    TIMELINE: Fotis Dulos in critical condition, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning after attempted suicide

    4:10 p.m.: The LifeStar helicopter arrives at Jacobi Medical Center, and helicopters for New York City television news stations capture video of Dulos being loaded again into an ambulance for the short drive to the nearby emergency room entrance.

    TIMELINE: Fotis Dulos in critical condition, suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning after attempted suicide
     
  11. Chloe_ee

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    They were also present when Granny got run over, then died, one or two of the children IIRC in the vehicle as it ran her over; and their beloved horse farm and all the horses they loved died in a suspicious fire...the kids have been thru a lot. Also, FD regularly subjected them to 12-14 hour water ski days, and you KNOW he was not playin' when they balked or were tired...
     
  12. Seattle1

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    Marissa Alter‏Verified account @MarissaAlter
    Norm Pattis says when Dulos did not show up to court at noon, they tracked his GPS location, saw he was at his home in Farmington and responded.

    7:15 PM - 28 Jan 2020

    Marissa Alter‏Verified account @MarissaAlter
    On Dulos' mindset this morning "obviously the potential for a bond revocation was devastating news to him but throughout he has been a fighter and resolute and in our review of the discovery, we very much liked our options at trial...."

    7:16 PM - 28 Jan 2020

    Marissa Alter‏Verified account @MarissaAlter
    "....And we very much liked our possibility of success so this development comes as stunning news to me."

    7:17 PM - 28 Jan 2020

    Marissa Alter‏Verified account @MarissaAlter
    Pattis says not once did it ever occur to him that Dulos might be a suicide risk.

    7:18 PM - 28 Jan 2020

    Marissa Alter‏Verified account @MarissaAlter
    Pattis also attributed these developments to the "savageness" of the criminal justice system. "All the folks who harped on Mr. Dulos can obviously take some grim satisfaction in today's event. My message to each and every one of them is, 'shame on you.'" @News12CT

    7:20 PM - 28 Jan 2020
     
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    More likely he has been to enough funerals to have a familiarity with the 23rd Psalm.
     
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  14. oviedo

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    Holy cow that was some vigorous CPR IMO
    And they referred to MT as his ex- girlfriend hmmm
     
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    i think that's sorta what Aaron Hernandez was trying to pull off with his suicide, in a roundabout way. Some archaic Massachusetts law whereby if you die before all of your appeals are exhausted they vacate the underlying conviction.
     
  16. Twistinginthewind

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    www.ctmira.org
    The Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority, or “MIRA”, is Connecticut’s quasi-public organization responsible for the development and operation of systems and facilities that turn municipal solid waste into useful materials.
    LE has video of FD and MT disposing of trash bags that mostly ended up at MIRA with JFd's blood on items in them. Everything there is shredded into tiny pieces and then incinerated, so if her "remains" were also in the bags it would be hard to find; LE spent weeks searching through piles at MIRA.
     
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  17. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    Yeah, “the savageness of the criminal justice system,” is a comment that shows Norm lacks any self awareness.

    We’ve got a savage murder perpetrated by his client, and a savage attempt at character assassination by his attorney.

    But Fotis is somehow a victim in all of this. I wonder if Norm truly believes a single person on earth will be swayed by the verbal diarrhea that spews from his mouth.

    Also, what the hell? Is it a requirement that any male who works for him has to look ridiculous?

    We’ve got two grown men with ponytails, and some intern who thinks he’s a cowboy.

    What a clown show.
     
  18. MemPat

    MemPat Without Art the Earth is just Eh!

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    As Pattis speaks of "the savageness of the criminal justice system" as though FD has received anything but mercy - comfortable in a mansion he didn't pay for and eating well, my fury is renewed.

    Seeing FD wrapped in blankets and knowing he's now receiving gentle care from nurses and doctors, I can only think of Jennifer as she was being beaten and/or stabbed.

    If FD is brain dead, he got to just fall asleep and leave this world, while Jennifer was scared and probably fighting for her life. I hope his body gets flown off to the motherland and the children don't have to go through a funeral.

    Suicide is such a tragedy and it's heartbreaking when a person is depressed and finds that life is not worth living, believing he's a burden to family but I'm not feeling much heartbreak for FD as he was cocky and arrogant so long as Pattis had him convinced he could wiggle his way out from under that mountain of damning evidence.

    I know a parent's suicide is hard on children but worrying that they might one day be whisked off to Greece with the murderer of their mother would be worse.

    I hope FD made peace with God before he went under and I hope his partners in crime start spilling their guts soon so Jennifer's family can bury her and properly grieve.
     
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  19. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    I’m not sure what to make of this.

    Norm Pattis initially planned to address reporters at Jacobi Medical Center tonight but left without doing so. His sole interview was with @NBCNews earlier today. They have shared part of it with us, which I've tweeted out. @News12CT

    Marissa Alter on Twitter
     
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    "Stuff" collected can be and was tested, the forensic laboratory staff can analyze ANY suspect biologicals & histological and cytological testing can identify the organ type
    Moo/ime
     
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