Deceased/Not Found CT - Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019 *ARRESTS* #45

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  1. annekris

    annekris Well-Known Member

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    The property is in foreclosure so the mortgager (GF) and the mortgagee (FD estate) both have rights to the property until CT courts issue an order of foreclosure. FD having died prompted the receivership request bc the property will now be vacant ; you may recall that another FD property in foreclosure was already in receivership, his investment property in New Canaan. GF will not own 4JX until judge issues foreclosure order, a legal process that will take a while. As such no one has the right to determine what happens w/the property, so both sides have the right to request their person. Not a lawyer MOO
     
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    Nanobody Well-Known Member

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    Habib said that the selected receiver (RG) is not a neutral party after a dispute with FD over $3000. Murray went so far as to say he didn't think RG's testimony in the civil trial was truthful.
     
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  3. annekris

    annekris Well-Known Member

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    Frankly I feel that Habib has a point seeing as Guifriia (spelling?) released the 4JX suicide scene photos and gave interviews to Fox, which was low. Receiver is supposed to be a neutral party not favoring either side but simply maintain the property for whoever becomes the rightful owner. IDK if I’m reading this right but it looks like judge will rule on Habibs motion for a new receiver on 2/10...? http://civilinquiry.jud.ct.gov/CaseDetail/PublicCaseDetail.aspx?DocketNo=HHDCV196116846S
     
  4. Jmoose

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    I’ll bet they’re packing up-everything that isn’t nailed down, including that BMW
     
  5. hivee

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    So is this guy a good guy, who was trying to catch FD, or is what he did going to affect the case? Basically, what was his motive?
     
  6. Eli9

    Eli9 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you both. I get it now. I know that the foreclosure process can be long but I'm hoping that since FD has died the process can proceed at a quicker pace. JMO
     
  7. kimch33kim

    kimch33kim Forensic Accountant

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    I don't want to get into trouble for saying too much but basically he is thirsty for attention and have been exploiting the children and their private details everywhere and fraudulently claiming to be JD friend.
     
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    hivee Well-Known Member

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    ok thanks.
     
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    I've read on the posts that FD loved to be the center of favorable stories about him and his life. I can't help but wonder if he initially welcomed this writer into the home with the promise of a favorable story about him. He might have not been the brightest person when it came to deciding between incriminating himself or loving to be the center of attention.

    MOO
     
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    BUF Well-Known Member

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    This says the offense date was 2/2/2000. FD was dead then.
     
  13. kimch33kim

    kimch33kim Forensic Accountant

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    I know when FD died. Either way it is related to FD
     
  14. enelram

    enelram STAY HOME-CONTAIN THE VIRUS

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    Can they 'legally' empty out the house?
    I figured all the personal property would go into the probate and divided up legally.
     
  15. sds71

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    I think Norm reported it after reporters started asking him about it.
     
  16. SkylarSid

    SkylarSid East Coast

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    Maybe it was someone who tried to enter the house on 2/2. That would not surprise me.
     
  17. SkylarSid

    SkylarSid East Coast

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    No they are not supposed to remove contents.
     
  18. enelram

    enelram STAY HOME-CONTAIN THE VIRUS

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    I can see the headline now...

    "High Powered Criminal Defense Atty. Goes After
    Misdemeanor Trespasser"
    ...drain the retainer...
     
  19. Tink56

    Tink56 MOO...IMO

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    Am sure they can take personal items...photos, heirlooms (if any exist), etc.
     
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  20. Jmoose

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    She couldn’t leave the state (without permission) even before the house arrest. And the only real alternative to house arrest on a murder conspiracy charge is incarceration. This guy had better not appear before Judge White with that nonsense.
     
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