Sunday, July 25, 2021
Sunday, July 25, 2021

‘Crackpot’ Lawyer Sues Court Staff for Taking Too Long to Give Him Fotis Dulos’ Estate

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A ‘crackpot’ Connecticut lawyer and his sidekick are attempting to cash in on the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos and the suicide of her estranged husband, Fotis, by suing court officials for not adhering to his demand to take possession of the property in a timely manner, Your Content has learned.

Attorney Richard Weinstein, who represents Jennifer Dulos’ mother, Gloria Farber, says they’ve been deprived of their Constitutional rights due to the complicated legal situation.

“The defendant is the Chief Court Administrator of the Courts of the State of Connecticut, is acting in that capacity, and is sued herein in that capacity,” the filing reads.

A long-time Cambridge, Mass. resident unleashed on Weinstein, dubbing him a ‘porch pirate’ who has more experience on the steps of the courthouse than in a courtroom.

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“It takes a real porch pirate out for publicity to put this horrific nightmare in the news again for some attention,” the local said.

“This tragedy will never end will never end. Jennifer is gone, Fotis offed himself and now the kids are walking the plank for publicity!”

As Your Content readers know, the attorney representing Jennifer Dulos’ father’s estate filed a lawsuit against attorney Norm Pattis demanding that he give the estate the remainder of the $250,000 retainer Dulos paid due to his premature death.

A local previously described the attorney representing the Farber estate as a ‘street preacher’ known for diving nose deep into limelight.

“He must sit at his desk all day — like a vampire — Googling every avenue available,” a local revealed, adding Weinstein has “plenty of bark, fewer teeth and no bite.”

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