- Feb 25, 2013
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Reportedly, the Tacoma vehicle was both driven and detailed without permission, and paying for the auto detail service in cash certainly did not prevent police from tracing the transaction.Something occurred to me last week, and while it’s not particularly significant, I started wondering about it. I wonder if this will come up in Michelle Troconis’s trial. They (fD and MT) went to the trouble of taking cash out of the bank to pay for detailing OG’s truck. Normally, this could be considered a business expense, since PG’d had Dulos’s truck on the 24th, leaving fD with PG’s truck. FORE Group could have easily made a case for this being a business expense, and yet fD deliberately chose not to use one of his many credit cards to pay for it, and expense it. We know why he did this; he didn’t want any record of the activity. The question I have is why didn’t MT ask him about it, or tell the police about it? She wasn’t supposed to know that Jennifer’s blood was all over the truck, so why would she think it was appropriate to pay cash for deep cleaning the truck? It’s possible that she doesn’t understand the accounting process, but I think it’s clear that this outing was not supposed to be discovered, which says to me that, at the very, very least, she was an accessory after the fact. Of course, I also think she knew in advance of the murder and helped concoct the plan. She’s going to be going to prison for something, it seems.
IMO, what's most important here is that MT is on surveillance driving the SUV following FD to the car wash which I believe they omitted from their alibi notes. JMO
After scouring 12 hours of grainy surveillance footage, investigators say they found the way Fotis Dulos drove the 70 miles to murder his wife.