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The estranged husband of Jennifer Dulos retained high-profile lawyer, Norm Pattis, as the new legal counsel for his or her criminal proceeding; Laura Ingle reports from New Canaan, Connecticut.
In a Fox News exclusive, attorney Norm Pattis says the client, Fotis Dulos, it is “an emotional, tired and disappointed” about the “daunting ordeal”, and the mysterious disappearance of his estranged wife, Jennifer.
Pattis, says the Bill was “deeply concerned” and “has had a checkered past,” he describes her as a writer who wrote a manuscript similar to ‘ Gone Girl.'”
Jennifer Dulos and was reported missing on the 24th of May and was last seen driving a black Chevy Suburban, when she dropped off her children at their private school in New Canaan.
The couple was in the midst of a bitter battle over the custody of their five children. Pattis said the Bill was intended to move the children to New York, where her mother is living, by the joint custody agreement.
The court documents paint a different story, that Jennifer was “terrified for her family’s safety.” She claimed that her husband, who is a custom home builder who has been born and brought up in Greece but went to college at Brown University in the US, “there is a history of the management of the volatility and uncertainty of behavior.”
“In the past, she has also made references to go to for a ski resort where everyone wears masks every day and they are not to be distinguished from one another,'” Jennifer Dulos and alleged in court filings.
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Still, Pattis argues that, in the days leading up to her disappearance, her feelings for Her may have been an attempt to create “a centre of excellence in New York city” in order to move with the children as well.