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I like the fact that "Doe" is suing both the school and town. The report didn't make any mention of the staff being arrested when he/they broke down the door and punched Doe in the eye. Maybe lawsuits like this will cause some towns to be less inclined to automatically take the program's side in such altercations. If there are enough lawsuits the towns might decide that the program isn't welcome there anymore and revoke their business license or zoning permit or something.


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Hi, I am Samuel Foley, the wanted individual in question in this post.

To prove my identity to anyone questioning my legitimacy I will provide facts that will authenticate myself in the eyes of those that might justifiably be skeptical.
I left a white painted bike helmet at the New Haven station while eluding police. My former advisor at the Grove School was Colin Davies. My first period class at Grove School was English. I was on 30’s check-in level at Grove School. I told Jacob Lieber, a Grove staff, that I would most likely not be returning the day in question.

That should, in my opinion legitimize to some degree my words.

I would like to start my anecdote by reiterating some things I would like the public to know.

You will not find me.

At least, in my professional opinion you will not. I’m smarter, faster, fitter and in every way more adept to this playing field than anyone else. I’m more analytical, resourceful and committed than you. You know who I’m talking about you fat cunt Rosie O’Donnell and especially you piggly wigglies at the Clinton Police Department.
You should understand that I have immense experience in these situations and preparation.

That being said, the way I’m being potrayed rayed in the media is indeed false. My special needs would largely be classified as a Conduct disorder and a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Allegedly, Samuel Foley was being investigated for a spree of larcenies in the Connecticut area. On the verge of expulsion from Grove School, adjudication, forfeiture of common law adoption by his brother etc. Samuel Foley allegedly fled from prosecution.

That is what is not being told here. The Clinton Police Department and other faculties are systematically taking advantage of my siblings legitimate concern to manifest their little manhunt.

Also, for Troubled Teens subreddit, although The Grove School has had plenty of formal complaints about sex offender staff, *see Andrew Knapp and John DiNadio, rapes in their main office and physical abuse of there students at the hands of administrators, I think Grove School, in my experience having been to 5 juvenile institutions (Westchester Behavioral Health Center, Adirondack Leadership Expeditions, Oxford Academy, Island View and Aspen Institute for Behavioral assessment), that Grove School is a beneficial place and at least attempts to help their patients. That being said, I’d also like to state that I have been a long time follower of Troubled Teens subreddit. P.S.

These articles have detailed that I have been living with my brother since my father passed away in April which is false as all my peers at Grove School would know. I’ve been living with my brother since my release from Island View, a secure psychiatric treatment facility in Utah in the summer of 2013. One of the articles detailed an interesting part of this situation. Although my girlfriend was formerly on psychotropics, I have not been for quite sometime (refusal to comply). This being fact, one story said we both REQUIRE medication. So, any attempt to trick me into self-surrending has gone out the window. After the systematic psychiatric abuse I have witnessed and been the victim of, I will not surrender back to another situation in which I could be once again held in a psychiatric facility where I can be locked in solitary confinement, forcefully injected with a Thorizine solution and the like. Fuck you.


P.S.S. Thank you to my friends at The Tor Project for providing the solidified anonymity that will foil any attempts to ever track my Facebook messaging to my girlfriend, my replies and any other traffic to the internet.

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--- Quote from: Shoreline Times ---Missing teens safe, reunited with families, silver alert cancelled
By Sarah Page Kyrcz, Shoreline Times, January 03, 2015

Silver Alerts were cancelled for missing teens Sam Foley, 17, and Carolyn Lindsey, 16, after the two returned to their respective families, Friday, Jan. 2.

Foley went missing from Clinton on Friday, Aug. 15 and was last seen, via Amtrak surveillance, on the Harlem-125th Street platform in New York City. When Lindsey went missing on Saturday, Sept. 20, video surveillance placed her boarding the 2:14 p.m. Bridgeport train and getting off on the Harlem-125th Street platform.

“Our families are really happy to have Sam and Carolyn back home and healthy,” said Foley’s brother, Andy Foley. “We are thankful to everyone who supported us. The police, the media and our communities were all very helpful.”

One specific detail that Lindsey’s father, Chuck Lindsey, stressed was “the kids made the decision to return and then they contacted us to discuss.”

After phone calls between Foley, Lindsey and their individual families, Andy Foley drove to Philadelphia and picked them up, where the teens had been living in a boarding house.

“They came home on their terms,” stressed Chuck Lindsey. “They decided on their own they were ready to make a switch. Being away so long and not talking to us for so long they were kind of hesitant to call, so there were a few calls and we worked things out…”

Both Clinton Detective Bryan Pellegrini and Trumbull Detective Brian Weir, worked independently on this case, in some capacity, every single day, while the teens were missing.

“Special thanks to the Clinton Police Department, in particular Detective Bryan Pellegrini and Cpl. Craig Lee,” said Chuck Lindsey. “From our very first contact with them they continually acted with professionalism and empathy, which, if you’re going through what we’re going through, is very important.

“Despite carrying a heavy case load they made themselves constantly available to meet our concerns”

After briefly meeting with Sam Foley and Andy Foley on Saturday morning, Pellegrini said he would follow up with them next week.

“Settle in, take care of some family business, but next week I’m going to call you and we’re going to sit down and talk about this whole thing,” Pellegrini said he told the brothers.

Chuck Lindsey said his daughter is doing well at home, “It’s not like they were staying at The Plaza, so I think she got to experience the other side of life, but luckily she is healthy and seems to be herself. It’s a transitionary period. A lot’s happened in her life in the last few months so we’re just kind of regrouping here.”

Pellegrini says the case is not yet completely closed. “I also want to find out how he did it,” he said. “So for future reference, if any kid goes missing, maybe it will help me in my investigation later.”

Rosie O’Donnell took personal interest in the teens’ story on Oct. 6, saying on the ABC daytime talk show “The View” that her daughter, Chelsea, is a friend of Lindsey’s from Grove School in Madison, where Sam Foley also attended.

Again, on Dec. 9, the case got national attention during the HNL show Nancy Grace.

Chuck Lindsey said that keeping the story in the public eye was extremely important to bringing the teens back safe and healthy.

“We believe that the constant public awareness was one of the factors that helped them decide to come home,” he said.

“It feels rewarding that they’re home and they’re safe,” said Pellegrini. “We can close it out knowing that there’s no adverse outcome. That was our main objective, the whole time, was just to make sure that they were safe wherever they were.”

Chuck Lindsey says the family is now adjusting to being together again. “We’re going through a transitionary process, getting reacquainted and taking it slow and really just enjoying the fact that we have her home and, you know, we’re more intent on loving her than judging her.”

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