Silver Alert CT- Jennifer Dulos, 50, New Canaan, 24 May 2019

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  1. Jilllian

    Jilllian Verified Insider - Jennifer Ramsaran Case

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    "Jennifer later filed court papers that accused Fotis of violating a court order by speeding his Suburban toward her in her driveway, then swerving away “at the last second” while dropping off their kids on Aug. 2, 2017.

    She also alleged that he berated her in front of the children, making remarks that included calling her an unfit mother and saying “Why don’t you pop another pill?” and “I can do whatever I want, you don’t have a restraining order!”

    No wonder she was terrified of this guy

    https://nypost.com/2019/05/29/missi...id-she-feared-her-volatile-estranged-husband/
     
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  2. kaen

    kaen Trying to be a good human.

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    The timeline is really from 8-12 at the house b/c the housekeeper arrived at noon. In the possible scenario you present, Farmington is pretty far from New Canaan. There would be no way to pull off kidnapping/killing her, cleaning up the blood and getting out of the residence (if something happened in the house) without an accomplice nearby. IMO.

    I would, however, imagine that if the two of them showed up to her house, JD might be angry be he could argue that they were there to pick up for the long weekend. I don't think she would have suspected he would kill her with someone else there.
     
  3. Sherlockhemlock

    Sherlockhemlock Well-Known Member

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    Like I said earlier, this could be just as simple as a holding charge. To keep him from fleeing the country on a foreign passport. JMO
     
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    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    That's what I think too. Opinion.

    jmo
     
  5. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain’t the Ones Beneath the Bed

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    Just your standard “house of cards.”

    They have a habit of collapsing.
     
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    BluesClues0 Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps, but he was also charged with obstruction of justice. Both are usually charged together when someone is trying to cover up a crime. I wouldn't be surprised if their hands still had a chlorine smell on them.
     
  7. afitzy

    afitzy Well-Known Member

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    Fairfield County has some pockets of heavy rain right now with more to come based on radar.
     
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    Is that a septic tank with the green lid? Please tell me it isn't.
     
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    clearskies1 Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. We should find out at the arraignment tomorrow the factual basis for the charge.
     
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  10. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Ain’t the Ones Beneath the Bed

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    A couple people suggested that, and I tend to agree.

    They would search that as a matter of protocol though, and I think it’s completely unrelated.
     
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  11. afitzy

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    Interesting article about parental alienation/abuse and accusations and the different ways judges view men and women on the issue. We definately saw many of these issues in how JD was treated by the courts in CT over the past 2 years.

    Still trying to wrap my head around Judge Heller (a commercial litigator by training) reversing the visitation decision made by a judge with extensive family law background. Simply don't understand why it happened. Have to do more research into what the criteria are to be in the family court as so far as I can see Judge Heller had not an ounce of family law in her CV.

    Professor Meier Identifies How Family Courts Treat Abuse and Accusations of Alienation | GW Law | The George Washington University
     
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    Oh dear forgot about that one
     
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    Meemaw12 Well-Known Member

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    I am stating that license in Maryland that go on private owned cars are
    3 letters and 3 numbers.

    The SUV has a different Maryland plate so it is IMO a rental vehicle.
     
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    Got it! Thanks for the explanation. Wondered if there were a MD angle to sleuth so based on what you are saying there isn't.
     
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    There are several (10-12 iirc?) standard court ordered stipulations that “must” be followed by both parties during divorce proceedings. If not followed, that person will be in contempt.

    My then STBX was in contempt of almost all of them, including cashing our CDs, closing a savings account and others.

    I filed a motion each time and each time it added to the huge cost of my divorce.

    And each time we went to court, my STBX only got a verbal reprimanding and was told to not do it again.

    So much for the judge enforcing the stipulations in my case! Grrrrr
     
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    Stating the obvious, I know -- If you planned to kill someone and had a vehicle I think you would bury the body no where near your own property. It would be out in the woods in nowhere land. You would not transport a body back to your own land.
     
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    clearskies1 Well-Known Member

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    AWFUL!
     
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    SteveP Well-Known Member

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    Just marking my spot.
     
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