n Robert Foley’s bio page on his website, the former FBI agent nearly dislocated his shoulders from patting himself on the back with both hands! The newest partner for the Fort Myers law firm, Aiken, O’Halloran & Foley, just can’t get enough of himself. In less than 2 years Foley went from FBI Agent to state prosecutor and now criminal defense attorney and law firm partner. He joined with Peter Aiken and Sean O’Halloran so he can get paid boat loads of money to free the people he spent over 20 years of his career convicting. If anyone knows the ins and outs of the system it’s this guy. And he’s not afraid to boast about his accomplishments. I think he’s even managed to cure cancer along the way.
So, what is Robert Foley’s secret? Its quite simple. He knows how to “engineer” a case to ensure people are convicted, but as your defense attorney he can “reverse engineer” a case so you go home. Provided you pay him enough money of course. I guess that government salary just wasn’t cutting it for ole Bob any longer. He needed a taste of the big bucks, and his new friends Pete and Sean made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. There’s nothing better for a criminal defense attorney than having someone on the inside. He spent just long enough working as a prosecutor in Lee County’s 20th Judicial Circuit to learn the trial process and how to defend a case. This is where he “honed” his trial skills and “how to identify flaws, weaknesses and holes” in cases. See the excerpt from Robert Foley’s attorney profile as seen on the Aiken, O’Halloran & Foley website:
“As an FBI Special Agent for 20 years, I learned how to piece together complex criminal cases. I presented a countless number of these cases to Federal Prosecutors and 100% of the cases indicted resulted in a conviction. I bring this skill to your defense. Because I can engineer a case, I know how to reverse engineer one. I know where to look, what to focus on, common issues and problems, and how to identify flaws, weaknesses and holes. In addition, I was a state prosecutor. I worked as an Assistant State Attorney in the 20th Judicial Circuit. There I honed my trial skills. I know how cases are tried and consequently, defended. My experience as an FBI Agent and as an Assistant State Attorney provides me, as your defense attorney, with a combination of skills you will not find anywhere else.”
This is taken from https://www.aikenandohalloran.com/Attorney-Profiles/Robert-Foley.shtml
His profile may be altered or removed by the time you see this but I have copies of the original write-up as shown above.
There you heard it from Robert Foley himself. He can engineer or reverse engineer a case to manipulate the outcome. It has nothing to do with crime or right and wrong. Mr. Foley in his own words is telling us that he has the skills to determine whether somone is convicted or whether they go home. If you pay him enough money he will reverse engineer your case and find the holes and weaknesses so you can go home. With me, the State used him to “engineer” or invent a case to give the illusion of a crime, and he used his FBI resources to make it look like a big deal. Granted, there are no federal allegations or charges, but it makes for a good show. It turns out that as an FBI agent Foley has testified in many cases in the 20th Judicial Circuit to put on a show. These cases were not federal in nature, but it looks good when a big FBI guy takes the stand. His friends at the 20th Judicial Circuit in Lee County liked him so much they asked him to join the team. It’s pretty obvious that at the time of my arrest and during their so-called “investigation” he was already set to begin working as a prosecutor for the Lee County State attorney. He likely already filed his retirement papers with the FBI and had an official job offer from his new employer at the 20th Circuit. This was no accident or coincidence.
If you take the time to investigate Robert Foley and the inner workings of the 20th Judicial Circuit in Lee County, I’m sure you will find plenty of interesting stuff. In my case for instance, he is a witness and primary investigator, with the alleged victims being the very judges he was a prosector in front of. I’m certain that Foley prosecuted cases in front of Judge Joseph C. Fuller, an alleged victim and criminal judge here. I’m sure he has also prosecuted cases in front of my trial judge, Margaret O. Steinbeck. As a prosecutor these judges have an impact on his career. But as you dive deeper into the rabbit hole you will find the same names popping up over and over. The same judges, the same prosecutors, and even the same defense attorneys. They team up to decide a defendant’s fate. This is why Judge Steinbeck kept forcing this crooked defense attorney, Sebough Gourian, on me. He is a court-appointed defense attorney, but he might as well be working for the state attorney’s office. The same goes for Steve Smith, Sebouh Gourjian’s friend and associate. These guys are defense attorneys who work for the court to get their “clients” convicted. Steve Smith was the attorney for the co-defendant, Joel Soucy, but Judge Steinbeck refused to recognize the conflict of interest when I made many attempts to have Sebouh Gourjian removed as my attorney. They share the same office address and phone number, and even share a secretary. But according to Steinbeck they are not affiliated because they keep their desks locked.
The point I am making is that these same names keep showing up on many other cases. You see, if you cant afford an attorney the court will provide one for you. They will appoint an attorney from the public defender’s office. If there is a conflict because of a co-defendant or any other reason, you will be given an attorney from the Office of Regional Counsel. For example, two defendants on the same case can’t both use the public defender, so one will have a public defender and one will have regional counsel. There is really no difference because neither office is going to work very hard to defend you. In fact, they may be working more for the State’s agenda. However, if you have a conflict with the public defender and regional counsel you get a prive court-appoined attorney. This is the situation with me. It sounds pretty good but it is actually worse than either of the other two options. Because they are appointed by the court they do what the court wants them to do. That’s what Steve Smith and Sebouh Gourjian are. They are appointed by the court to get convictions for the State, and in my case for the Court. They are all friends. So, the alleged victims like Judge Fuller, Judge Duryea and Linda Doggett are the same people who appoint and pay Sebouh Gourjian and Steve Smith. I’m sure Judge Fuller is the judge in many cases with Gourjian and Smith, and the man who appointed them to those cases. Now he’s the alleged victim in a case with them? If that is not a conflict of interest I don’t know what is!
In Robert Foley’s attorney profile he even speaks of his experience with “sophisticated investigative techniques”, including wire-taps. Interestingly enough, my soon to be ex-wife has provided sworn written statements acknowledging that Mr. Foley and his former colleague, Robert Nichols, had informed her that they had been listening to our phone conversations for months. Of course the men deny this on the record because the wire-taps were illegal and done without a warrant. In my recorded interview with Nichols and Foley I informed them that I was aware of the wire-tapes on my phone, in which case Nichols denied my allegations and told me that I wasn’t that big of a deal. Really? I’m not a big enough deal to conduct illegal wire-taps, especially with a wire-tap expert like Robert Foley involved, but apparenty I’m a big enough deal for Foley to call in favors from his FBI friends around the country.
What is interesting is that Robert Foley called on FBI agents in areas where he once worked. This includes using Robin Bairstow, an agent in the Washington, DC field office, where Foley was the Special Agent in Charge. Agent Bairstow was likely Foley’s subordinate so it was easy for him to call in a favor. Then you have Robert Bllington, an agent in Michigan. Foley just so happened to be the Special Agent in Charge of the Detroit Office, which he considers the highlight of his career. I could bet that Agent Billington was a subordinate of Foley, or was a colleague of some sort during his time there. Either that or Foley used his clout and past experience to call in another personal favor.
He is very proud of his work in Detroit, where he supervised high-profile police corruption cases, including a case against the Mayor of Detroit and a Michigan Supreme Court Justice. Both were convicted. He also boasts of his work leading to the federal convictions of 29 police officers in Puerto Rico, for a corruption case involving cocaine trafficking. I find it ironic that this man is so proud of his work fighting police and judicial corruption, when he is the star player in the corruption and conspiracy in my case, involving FBI agents, police officers and judges. He led an unlawful search in New York, directing New York FBI agents and police officers, all to gain favor with corrupt judges in Lee County Florida, whose courtrooms he was planning to spend the rest of his career in. Sounds like Robert Foley is a bit of a hypocrite. Maybe he should investigate himself and his Lee County friends, and then add that to his resume.
On another note, I was just watching the news the other day and the prosector James Miller and defense attorney Steve Smith had another major case together that resulted in a conviction. Surprise Surprise! Sebouh Gourjian is representing another defendant yet to go to trial. Meanwhile, 4 co-defendants from this case hired expensive private attorneys and were found not guilty in a separate trial a few months ago. That just goes to show you that it’s all about money. Just like Robert Foley said, as your defense attorney he will reverse engineer your case so you can go home. There is nobody more qualified than him. He can convict you or he can set you free. He was likely an investigator or involved with that case in some fashion. I really wish Robert Foley was my attorney because I would surely be home with my family this Christmas.
I am seeking a private investigator to assist with this continued investigation. Everything I’ve found so far has been from inside a jail cell with only the help of my 74-year old mother. and I can’t imagine what a real private investigator will find when they dig into this ugly mess. I am in the process of having the PI’s fees approved by the court as I am entitled to as an indigent defendant.
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