Fotis Dulos, Suspected Murderer of Estranged Wife, Attempted Suicide

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The case of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos who disappeared May 2019, has taken another surprising turn today, as ex-husband and prime suspect in her murder, Fotis Dulos, attempted suicide today at his home in Connecticut.

Dulos was found unresponsive at his Connecticut home after he failed to appear at an emergency bail hearing in which it would be decided if his bail would be revoked as financial questions have arisen as to whether the collateral used to guarantee the six million dollar bond was sufficient.

Police arrived on the scene and after receiving nor response performed a wellness check in which they saw the alleged murder slumped over in his vehicle. They broke into the garage and pulled him into the fresh air and perform life saving measures.He has since been transferred to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, New York, where is listed in critical condition.

Dulos is the prime suspect in the murder of his estranged wife, Jennifer who was last seen dropping her five children off for school on May 24, 2019. Later than evening police found her empty vehicle and evidence of a violent physical struggle which left blood splatter on the inside of her 2017 Black Chevrolet Suburban.

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Dulos who had been involved in a contentious divorce with her husband of 14 years, had one more than one occasion filed for an Emergency Order of Protection, which was denied, indicting he was dangerous and she believed her life was in danger and he would go after her family. The couple had five children, who have, since their mother’s disappearance, been staying with their grandmother.

After nearly a year of investigation, Connecticut police moved forward arresting Fotis Dulos, on Murder, Felony Murder and Kidnapping in the First degree, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troaconis, on Conspiracy to Commit Murder and his civil attorney Kent Mawhinney on the same charges.

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Detective John Kimball, from the Connecticut State Police, signed the affidavit presenting overwhelming DNA evidence that he clearly had been involved with the disposal of evidence all containing blood splatter to match either Jennifer or a combination of both, Jennifer and her estranged husband, Fotis. It was also clear from surveillance he was the person responsible for disposing of the evidence.

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Jennifer’s body have never been found. With the evidence, the overwhelming blood on clothing that she was violently assaulted. The strong possibility was she was killed and dismembered.

As the investigation continued and it was revealed Mr. Fontis, a native of Greece, was an expert water skier and made similar demands on his children to become masters of the sport. Searches in local areas where he was known to frequent did not produce physical evidence.

The investigation also reveled DNA evidence that linked both Troaconis and Mawhinney to the disappearance, murder and disposal of evidence.

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Dulos, through his attorney’s, had attempted to play the media, painting his estranged wife as someone who would concoct a scheme and used the film, “Gone Girl,” as a foundation for this theory and playing the part of the wrongly accused, even in the face of overwhelming physical evidence. Released on a six-million-dollar bond, posted after arraignment, an emergency hearing was scheduled to determine if the bond should be reviewed or revoked.

It’s possible with Fotis Dulos' attempted suicide, the two-remaining alleged participants will be willing to reveal any information that could lead to the body or disposal location of Jennifer Dulos.


*Fotis Dulos died at Jacobi Medical Center today, January 30, 2020, two days his attempted suicide. He never regained consciousness.

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