Man claims God wanted him to befriend Fotis Dulos to learn about Jennifer’s disappearance, ‘end the horrible drama quickly’

FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Before his suicide attempt , Fotis Dulos told Farmington police he believed that a Plainville man wanted to kill him.

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In an exclusive interview, that man — identified as Brad Ragaglia — told News 8 that he wanted to befriend Dulos in order to build trust and learn more about Jennifer Farber Dulos ‘ disappearance.

“I was stealth. I play acted the role of [a] compassionate new friend and [his] Greek family bit,” he said in a text message to News 8.

According to a police report, Ragaglia stopped by Dulos’ home on Christmas Eve and said he was “sorry for his plight,” gave him Christian book and “…told him he’d pray for him and his children.”

Dulos told police he fell for it and even invited Ragaglia over for Christmas “…since Brad said that he would be all alone.”

Ragaglia declined but was back at the house the day after Christmas, and again on New Year’s Eve.According to the police reports, Dulos told Ragaglia he “had made [Dulos’] Christmas special despite all of the pain he was going through.”Ragaglia told News 8 he gave Dulos magnesium pills after he “complained of being depressed and having little sleep.”Police said he also gave Dulos a vial of Holy Water and said to “bless his family with it.”When asked about Ragaglia outside a probate court hearing on Dulos’ […]

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