Jennifer Dulos’ family speaks out 3 years after her disappearance

The family of Connecticut mother Jennifer Farber Dulos is celebrating the third anniversary of her disappearance and say the “immeasurable loss” continues to haunt her family.

The 50-year-old mother of five, who is believed to be dead, was last seen on May 24, 2019 taking her children to school.

A representative of Dulos’ relatives and friends released a statement Monday, noting that since she was “murdered” and disappeared, the family’s wounds have barely healed over time.

“We feel the immeasurable loss of her person every day,” family rep Carrie Luft said in a statement to The Post. “We also appreciate their presence and celebrate their spirit, which is manifested in their five incredible children.”

Jennifer’s children — two 16-year-old twins, two 13-year-old twins and an 11-year-old — are “thriving and doing well,” as is their mother, Gloria, Luft said.

Fotis Dulos
Fotis Dulos was accused of murdering and covering up Jennifer Farber Dulos.
Michelle Troconis
Michelle Troconis, then-girlfriend of Fotis Dulos, is accused of conspiring with him to murder his wife, Jennifer Farber Dulos.
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Kent Mawhinney
Fotis Dulos’ attorney, Kent Mawhinney, is also charged with conspiracy to murder.
Connecticut State Police

Monday’s statement also cited the open investigation into Dulos’ murder and the ongoing search for her body. Luft thanked the Connecticut State Police for their involvement in the case, which made headlines across the country.

“As the court cases have resumed, we await the next steps in the court case for the two key individuals who have yet to stand trial,” the statement continued.

Michelle Troconis, then-girlfriend of Dulos’ estranged husband Fotis Dulos, and one of his attorneys, Kent Mawhinney, were charged with conspiracy to murder for allegedly conspiring with Fotis to kill his wife and help commit the murder to cover up Hartford Courant reports.

Jennifer Farber Dulos
In a statement, Jennifer Farber Dulos’ family said they feel their “immeasurable loss” every day.
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Troconis, who has pleaded not guilty, is scheduled to appear in court in Stamford on June 7 for a remote hearing. She is out on bail and living in Florida, the newspaper reported.

Mawhinney has been linked to the case by police, who claim he was involved in fabricating stories about Fotis Dulos and Traconis’ alibis. Cops said he was at Dulos’ house the day Jennifer disappeared. Investigators said Mawhinney also received a call from Dulos while he was disposing of garbage bags in Hartford, the Courant reported.

The next court date for Mawhinney, who was released on bail after pleading not guilty in January, has not yet been set, according to the report.

Fotis Dulos killed herself after being charged with her murder in January 2020.

Jennifer’s family, meanwhile, said they miss her “more than words can say,” and thanked the public for their continued support.

Jennifer Farber Dulos
Jennifer Farber Dulos is survived by five children.

“In memory of Jennifer, we ask that you keep loved ones extra close and take time to laugh with friends,” Luft continued. “Please also remember that there are many missing and murdered people whose stories are never covered in the press and whose families and loved ones continue to mourn.”

Cops in Connecticut launched a new search for Jennifer Dulos in December, combing Waveny Park in upscale New Canaan amid the long-running investigation.

Police said Jennifer’s car was found near the park entrance with traces of blood inside. Surveillance video also showed a man who appeared to be Fotis Dulos with a woman believed to be Troconis as they threw canned black trash bags in Hartford on the day Jennifer disappeared, the Courant reported .

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed Jennifer’s Law into law last year after it was overwhelmingly passed by the State House.

The law expanded the state’s definition of domestic violence to include “coercive control” — or a pattern of threats or actions that deprive someone of their rights. Jennifer Dulos’ family speaks out 3 years after her disappearance


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