The household of Connecticut mom Jennifer Farber Dulos is marking the third anniversary of her disappearance, saying the “immeasurable loss” continues to agonize her household.
The 50-year-old mom of 5, who’s presumed useless, was final seen dropping her youngsters off in school on Might 24, 2019.
A rep for Dulos’ family and pals launched an announcement Monday, indicating the passage of time has finished little to heal the household’s wounds since she was “murdered” and disappeared.
“We really feel the immeasurable lack of her particular person each day,” household rep Carrie Luft stated in an announcement to The Publish. “We additionally enjoyment of her presence and have fun her spirit as they manifest in her 5 unbelievable kids.”
Jennifer’s kids — two 16-year-old twins, two 13-year-old twins and an 11-year-old — are “thriving and doing nicely,” as is her mom, Gloria Farber, Luft stated.
Farber declined to remark by means of a housekeeper when reached by The Publish Tuesday at her Manhattan condominium.
Monday’s assertion additionally cited the open investigation into Dulos’ homicide and the continuing seek for her physique. Luft thanked Connecticut State Police for his or her dedication to the case, which made headlines throughout the nation.
“As courtroom proceedings have resumed, we await the following steps within the authorized course of for the 2 key people who’ve but to face trial,” the assertion continued.
Michelle Troconis, the then-girlfriend of Dulos’ estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, and considered one of his attorneys, Kent Mawhinney, have been charged with conspiracy to commit homicide for allegedly conspiring with Fotis to kill his spouse and assist cowl up the slaying, the Hartford Courant reported.
Troconis, who has pleaded not responsible, is scheduled to seem in courtroom for a distant listening to on June 7 in Stamford. She’s free on bond and resides in Florida, the newspaper reported.
Mawhinney was tied to the case by police, who declare he was concerned in concocting tales concerning the alibis of Fotis Dulos and Traconis. Cops stated he was at Dulos’ home the day Jennifer disappeared. Investigators stated Mawhinney additionally acquired a name from Dulos as he disposed of trash baggage in Hartford, the Courant reported.
The following courtroom date for Mawhinney, who has been launched on bond after pleading not responsible in January, has not but been set, in response to the report.
Fotis Dulos killed himself after being charged with his estranged spouse’s homicide in January 2020.
Jennifer’s household, in the meantime, stated they miss her “greater than phrases can categorical” whereas thanking the general public for his or her continued assist.
“In Jennifer’s reminiscence, we ask that you just maintain your family members further shut and make time to snigger with pals,” Luft’s assertion continued. “Please additionally keep in mind that there are a lot of lacking and murdered individuals whose tales are by no means coated within the press, whose households and family members proceed to grieve.”
Cops in Connecticut launched a brand new seek for Jennifer Dulos in December, scouring Waveny Park in upscale New Canaan amid the long-running probe.
Police stated Jennifer’s automotive was discovered close to the doorway of the park with traces of blood inside. Surveillance video additionally confirmed a person who seemed to be Fotis Dulos with a lady believed to be Troconis as they dumped black trash baggage into cans in Hartford on the day Jennifer vanished, the Courant reported.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont final 12 months signed “Jennifer’s Regulation” after it was overwhelmingly handed by the state Home. The legislation expanded the state’s definition of home violence to incorporate “coercive management” — or a sample of threats or acts that deprive somebody of their rights.
“This whole state of affairs is as tragic in the present day because it was three years in the past,” Lamont spokesman Max Reiss informed The Publish Tuesday. “The governor signed Jennifer’s Regulation as a result of the governor continues to offer assist for victims of home violence.”
Extra reporting by Haley Brown