NEW CANAAN — Family and friends of Jennifer Dulos are asking people to mark the one-year anniversary of her death and disappearance and death on Sunday by reaching out to victims of intimate partner violence.
“The calls for Justice for Jennifer are powerful and moving,” Carrie Luft, a longtime friend of Jennifer Dulos, said in a statement issued on behalf of her family and friends. “We urge their scope to be extended to all victims of intimate partner violence, many of whose stories are never told and who are now even more at risk.”
Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five, is believed to have been killed by her estranged husband Fotis Dulos, according to arrest warrants. Her body has not been found. Fotis Dulos died in January from an apparent suicide as he faced murder and other charges in connection with his wife’s death and disappearance.
His former girlfriend Michelle Troconis and his former attorney Kent Mawhinney were charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the case. Their cases are pending. A year later, Jennifer Dulos remains missed and loved, Luft said.
“The ache of her absence doesn’t go away,” Luft said. “Countless questions remain unanswered. The brutality and inhumanity of her death and disappearance continues to haunt us, without subsiding.”
Her children, in the care of her mother Gloria Farber, have continued to grow and remain a support for each other, Luft said.
“The earth keeps spinning, and somehow an entire year has elapsed,” Luft said. “We can see it, measure it, in […]