The estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos has been arrested twice concerning her disappearance, but lawyers are still saying that because there’s no body – there’s no crime.

But now, an international intelligence agency is offering its services to the family to help find the truth about what happened to the missing mom.

Enter: Conflict International.


Conflict International is a multi-national intelligence agency made up of the some of the best private investigators in the world.


Jennifer Dulos is presumed dead. Her husband and his girlfriend have been implicated in attempting to destroy evidence – Dulos’s clothing with what appeared to be blood – and have even admitted to lying to investigators, but still there is no body.

And five children are caught in the middle, wondering what happened.

Jennifer Dulos

Jennifer Dulos, a Connecticut mother of five, has been missing since May. (New Canaan Police)


Stephen Komorek heads up the United States division of Conflict International. His team of private investigators wants to help the children of Jennifer Dulos find out what happened to their mom.

Komorek and members of the international private investigation firm met with senior officials within the NYPD during a recent S.P.I. dinner in Brooklyn.


 During their time there, the law enforcement professionals talked about the Dulos story and how tragic it was for the family to not know what had really happened. The children have officially been placed into care with their maternal grandmother and are now safely living in Manhattan.

The details about the case troubled Komorek, prompting the agency to offer its services.

“So many of the cases we work across the country involve heartbreaking backstories,” Komorek said, “but when we heard that five children had no idea what happened to their mother… and that the father could somehow be involved… we just had to step forward and offer our expertise.”

Though investigators have searched far and wide across the state, they’ve still been unable to turn up the body of Jennifer Dulos.

Komorek says that the team at Conflict International has worked alongside law enforcement agencies across Connecticut before, and hoped they could offer assistance.

“We have a great relationship with LE agencies across the state,” Komorek said. “We’re hoping we could add to their team of experts by bringing in some of our investigators.”

Fotis Dulos, the prime suspect in the case, is working with his lawyer to seal the case files and bar police from speaking to the public regarding case updates.

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Fotis Dulos, 51, and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, 44, have been arrested multiple times in connection with Jennifer’s disappearance.


Police say Dulos and his girlfriend have been lying to investigators for months. But in early September, after a one of Dulos’s employees told police that Dulos had used a vehicle registered to his employee on the morning Jennifer disappeared, police once again arrested Fotis Dulos in connection with her case.

The employee who informed police about the vehicle, Paul Gumienny, also reportedly told investigators that Dulos had been acting suspicious in the days following her disappearance, even going so far as to ask him to swap out the seats in the truck because he feared that police would find Jennifer’s hair inside. 


Authorities say that they had previously recovered surveillance video of a red 2001 Toyota Tacoma parked near the location that Jennifer’s car had been found. When Gumienny confirmed that Dulos had borrowed that exact truck, they knew they had their man.

They claim that Fotis Dulos drove Jennifer’s body “and a number of other items associated with the cleanup which occurred in the garage of the residence,” to Lapham Road and then switched vehicles.

They say that Dulos then used a third vehicle, a Ford Raptor pickup truck registered to his company, to dump bags of trash, “which appeared to be stained with a substance consistent with the appearance of blood,” documents said. When police later searched those trash bags, they found bloody clothing that Jennifer had been wearing on the day she disappeared, as well as cleaning items, such as sponges and towels. 

Dulos has now been given an additional charge of tampering with or fabricating evidence. 

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This is not the first time Dulos was arrested in connection with his wife’s disappearance. Fox reported that Dulos and his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis, 44, were arrested in early June and pleaded not guilty to evidence-tampering and hindering prosecution.

They were both released on bail. In court this week, Fotis has asked that the judge dismiss all charges against him.

Since then, Troconis has reportedly told police in an interview that she had been untruthful about the case and that Fotis Dulos had had his truck washed because Jennifer’s body had been in there “at some point”.


The application for the warrant noted that police believed the crime and cleanup occurred between 8:05 a.m. and 10:25 a.m. May 24, the day Jennifer vanished.

But despite a police statement that Dulos was “lying in wait” for his wife on the day they suspect she was killed, Dulos’s lawyer says the actual evidence for murder is slim. 

“Where’s the murder charge?” Attorney Norm Pattis said after Dulos was taken into custody. 

Pattis went on to say that the police immediately went after Fotis instead of trying to find Jennifer, a claim that’s ridiculous, considering the massive search efforts that went into finding the missing mom over that past three months. Not to mention, Pattis’s client was caught disposing of criminal evidence that directly tied him to her disappearance.

“We wish the state police spent more time looking for Jennifer and less trying to build a case against Fotis,” Pattis said. “We will plead not guilty to these charges next week in Norwalk.”

Pattis boasts a high-profile list of clients that he’s represented, including Alex Jones of InfoWars. And he’s apparently well-known for getting his clients off. Pattis claimed to be receiving emails chastising him for representing Fotis Dulos since he took the 51-year-old’s defense case.

“I am drawn to cases where the defendant was hated,” he said. “I was abandoned by my father when I was 8-years-old as a child. I am committed to my clients and I will not leave them alone. I will fight for them.”

The 50-year-old brunette was last seen driving a black Chevy Suburban on May 24.  That’s when she dropped off her 8 and 13-year-old children at their private school in New Canaan. Since then police across the state have launched an all-out manhunt in an attempt to find out what truly happened to the suburban mom.


Investigators also said that Fotis and Jennifer had been going through a rough battle over child custody, as their relationship had fallen apart in every way but the legal sense.

Court documents show Dulos said she was “terrified for (her) family’s safety, especially since discovering the gun, since my husband has a history of controlling, volatile and delusional behavior.”

On top of that, she had recently accused her husband of 13 years of threatening to kidnap their children and take them to Greece.

Fotis adamantly denied that claim and said he had turned in his handgun to the Farmington police. He said that his wife was the unfit parent.

Investigators are continuing to search for the missing mom’s body, but months after her disappearance, still no luck.

For more information about the United States division of Conflict International, visit their website here.


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