ACCUSED wife killer Fotis Dulos denied murdering his estranged spouse Jennifer Dulos until the very end, his suicide note reveals.
The handwritten letter is dated January 28, the day he attempted to kill himself by carbon monoxide poisoning but was revived by first responders, before dying in hospital two days later.
In the letter, Dulos, 52, claimed his innocence and apologized to girlfriend Anna Curry for “letting you down and not continuing the fight”.
The Farmington, Connecticut man, who was awaiting a murder trial for allegedly killing his wife and had been on house arrest since his arrest earlier this month, wrote:
“I refuse to spend even an hour more in jail for something I had NOTHING to do with.”
“Enough is enough. If it takes my head to end this, so be it.”
He had been due to appear in a Stamford court that day for a hearing, where he feared his bond might be revoked and he would be put in jail.
FOTIS’S DULOS’ ‘SUICIDE NOTE’
If you are reading this I am no more.
I refuse to spend even an hour more in jail for something I had NOTHING to do with.
Enough is enough.
If it takes my head to end this, so be it.
I want it to be known that Michelle Troconis had nothing to do with Jennifer’s disappearance.
And neither did Kent Mawhinney.
I ask the State to let them free of any such accusations.
I also ask the State to stop harassing my friends, Andreas Toutziaridis, and Anna Curry.
They are honorable people.
Please let my children know that I love them, I would do anything to be with them, but unfortunately we all have our limits.
The State will not rest until I rot in jail.
My attorney can explain what happened with the bags on Albany Avenue.
Everything else is a story fabricated by the Law Enforcement.
I want to thank all my family and friends that stood by me this difficult time.
Above all Anna Curry.
I am sorry for letting you down and not continuing the fight.
Dulos’ girlfriend Curry, 42, reportedly put up $147,000 in cash and vowed she would pay an extra $272,000 to secure the $6million bond that Dulos posted after he was charged with murdering Jennifer in May last year.
She was seen at Dulos’ home hours before he took his own life, according to Dailymail.com.
Curry reportedly left Dulos’ home about 10.30am to run errands; when she came back officers were trying to revive his lifeless body on the driveway.
He apparently tried to kill himself by carbon monoxide poisoning in the garage, according to reports.
The dad-of-five was transferred to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx for treatment in a hyperbaric chamber to raise his blood oxygen level.
According to her LinkedIn, Curryworked at Capgemini, a consulting firm in New York, as a senior consultant in wealth management strategy for four years from 1999 until 2003
Dulos overlapped with her time at the company when he was a manager at Capgemini for seven years from 1997 until 2004.
Dulos had been charged with murder, felony murder and kidnapping earlier this month in the disappearance of his wife, Jennifer, who was last seen in May 2019 amid a bitter two-year divorce and custody battle.
The luxury home builder, originally from Greece, was accused of killing Jennifer, who has not been seen since she dropped their five children off at school.
Police files claim her blood was found in the garage, bedroom and car.
Authorities believe Dulos, who was $7.5 million in debt, wanted control of trust funds totaling approximately $2.5 million that were set up for his five children by their maternal grandparents.
Her body has not been found despite extensive searches.
Dulos’ then girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, was also arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
An attorney who once worked for Dulos, Kent Mawhinney, was also arrested charged with conspiracy to commit murder.
Bond for both Troconis and Mawhinney was set at $2 million, but Troconis’ was later reduced to $1.5 million.
Dulos and Troconis were initially charged in June with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution related to Jennifer’s disappearance.
Both, however, pleaded not guilty and posted $500,000 bond.
Investigators alleged the pair traveled to Hartford together to dispose of garbage bags — that held items with Jennifer’s blood on them.
Fotis Dulos had denied any role in her disappearance.
If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.