Authorities arrested the estranged husband of a missing Connecticut mother for a second time last week, saying he ambushed her at her home.
In a new interview taped just before that arrest, he insists he had nothing to do with her disappearance and says he believes she is still alive.
Fotis Dulos says he believes his missing wife and mother to his five children, Jennifer Dulos, will reappear soon.
Investigators don’t agree.
Jennifer vanished more than three months ago.
Dulos’ conversation — recorded before he was arrested for the second time last week.
And after Connecticut State Police released this damning arrest warrant alleging a “blood-like substance” containing Jennifer’s DNA was found in the passenger’s seat of a truck Dulos had access to…
And handwritten “alibi scripts” were found in his office.
Dulos described his divorce.
“Nothing went catastrophically wrong, it’s just, people sometimes grow apart. And I’m not putting the blame on her or me. It just happens, and it happens all the time. It was going to be an amicable divorce. And then one day she just took the children and disappeared. She hired bodyguards and she ran to New York.”
Police are also monitoring his girlfriend, Michelle Troconis in connection to Jennifer’s disappearance.
Last week, she turned herself in after state police also charged her with tampering or fabricating physical evidence.