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Fotis Dulos looking at the press while walking into a building;

Fotis Dulos



Fotis Dulos' DNA was found "mixed"
in with Jennifer Dulos' blood that
was on her kitchen counter
by Nathan'ette Burdine: June 22, 2019
 


The news that Fotis Dulos’ DNA was found “mixed” in with Jennifer Dulos’ blood that was on her kitchen counter is making him look guiltier by the nanosecond. Jennifer Dulos’ went missing on May 24, 2019, after she dropped their children off at school.

Fotis Dulos swears up and down he doesn’t know what happened to his wife and that he has an air tight alibi to prove that he’s as innocent as a newborn baby.

As evidence of his innocence, Fotis Dulos’ attorney, Norm Pattis, points to the police investigating one of Fotis Dulos’ employees who works at his home construction company, Fore Group.

According to the reports, the employee looks like Fotis Dulos and was driving around in a Ford Raptor on the same day that Jennifer Dulos went missing.

The employee and his lawyer are working with the police because they don’t want folks running around thinking the employee is a kidnapper.

To be honest with you, I doubt very seriously that the police believe Fotis Dulos’ employee kidnapped Jennifer Dulos. And my belief is based on the police’s own actions which suggest they see Fotis Dulos as anything but a grieving husband.

The New Canaan Police locked Fotis Dulos and his woman, Michelle C. Troconis, up in jail after catching them throwing away 30 bags of trash less than 24 hours after his wife showed up missing.

Michelle C. Troconis looked at those four walls surrounding her and decided she better do all she could to get herself a good deal. So she got with her lawyer, got out of jail, and decided to help the police look for evidence in the case by searching properties associated with Fotis Dulos' home construction company, the Fore Group.

Not too long after getting help from Fotis Dulos’ woman, the police dragged a pond where Fotis Dulos and his children water skied. The police haven’t said whether they found anything in the pond.

But they did say that they found Fotis Dulos’ DNA “mixed” in with Jennifer Dulos’ blood that was on the kitchen counter of the home that her mama, Gloria Farber, helped her to get after Jennifer Dulos decided that it would be best for her not to live under the same roof as her “whore hopping” husband, Fotis Dulos.

Attorney Norm Pattis, who is also representing alleged child porn stasher Alex Jones, says the police don’t have a smoking gun against his client Fotis Dulos because all the police found was “transferable DNA” that was mixed in with Jennifer Dulos’ blood.

As evidence of his theory, Norm Pattis points to Fotis Dulos playing basketball with the children just two days before their mother went missing.

Here’s how Attorney Norm Pattis will most likely tell it to the jury:

     “Just two days before Jennifer Dulos went missing, she allowed
      Fotis Dulos to play basketball with their children. Before I
      continue, I want you all to stop and think for a moment. Would a
      woman who didn’t trust her husband allow him to come to her
      home and play basketball with their children? As you’re thinking
      about that, keep in mind that Fotis Dulos was shedding hair
      which means that some of his hair fell down on the children’s
      clothes as they were playing basketball together. And when the
      children went back into the house, after playing basketball with
      their father, they could have easily transferred his DNA to the
      counter that the police found his DNA on. Remember, this is just
      two days before Jennifer Dulos’ went missing. DNA will last, in a
      well-controlled room like a kitchen, for at least a week.
      Therefore, it’s plausible that the DNA the police found, belonging
      to Fotis Dulos, had been on the counter two days before Jennifer
      Dulos’ blood had gotten on the counter.”

The state prosecutor would then stand up and tell the jury that everything Norm Pattis is saying is wrong. And proof of just how wrong he is are the children who say their mother cleaned the counter with Formula 409 and Clorox Bleach every night. So how can Fotis Dulos’ DNA still be on the counter just two days after he played basketball with the children when, according to the children, their mother Bleached their father’s DNA away after she cleaned the counter?

Norm Pattis won’t have an answer to that. All he’ll do is repeat himself like a broken record player about how he knows where Fotis Dulos was “almost all of the time."  And that part there, “almost,” is what will get Fotis Dulos in trouble because it says he was somewhere that nobody knew where he was.

Wherever that where is that Fotis Dulos was, it’s going to be very important because it will tell the jury whether they should reasonably doubt that where he was was with Jennifer Dulos when she went missing.




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