On or about June 2012, Laurie Corson, a former Assistant Prosecutor with the Office of the Prosecutor Camden County, committed a fraud and maliciously interfered with a civil case where she had absolutely no authority. Laurie Corson’s plan was to pressure the premature termination of that case in favor of opposition. Laurie Corson’s conduct was investigated, but the investigation was unreasonably terminated before its finding. Certain officers within the Office of the Prosecutor Camden County later concealed the details of Laurie Corson’s investigation.
Both Ron Helmer, Esq. and James Conley, Esq. of the firm Helmer, Conley & Kesselman, PA. (main office: 519 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 08035) were retained to protect the rights of Bruce Aristeo at a fee of $30,000. But, instead of protecting their client, they worked closely with Laurie Corson and participated in defrauding Aristeo. It was later discovered James Conley and Laurie Corson were professional and family friends, which stemmed from James Conley’s former 30-year reign as a Camden criminal assistant prosecutor. This was also the reason the two attorneys refused Aristeo’s demands to pursue charges against Laurie Corson for misconduct.
This prompted Aristeo to fire the firm and act on his own behalf. He filed the necessary ethics complaints, and used the Internet and his Guerrilla Marketing skills to exercise his First Amendment freedoms by exposing a matter of public interest; the unethical frauds and misconduct. Some officers within the Office of the Prosecutor Camden County were displeased and embarrassed by the online postings, and devised a plan to shut down Aristeo’s accounts and punish him for speaking out against the county justice system.
To accomplish this plan, Assistant Prosecutor Tracy Cogan instructed Detective Christopher Auletto, a detective with the Office of the Prosecutor Camden County and who is listed under Adjunct Faculty at Rutgers Camden, to fabricate an investigation that would silence Aristeo, warrant the violations of his Constitutionally protected rights, and simultaneously conceal malicious police actions.
Chris Auletto fabricated such charges, he recorded scripted witness statements and then invaded Aristeo’s privacy by searching and seizing his property without warrant. Chris Auletto then had Aristeo incarcerated by forging legal documents. Later, it was found that both Tracy Cogan and Christopher Auletto participated in the staging of evidence and/or destroyed material evidence revealing their fraud and lies. Moreover, the two ensured the defense would never obtain that material… So they thought.
Tracy Cogan believed the only way to conceal prior misconducts, and now her own, was to discredit and pressure Aristeo by detaining him in New Jersey’s most vile jail, the Camden County Correctional Facility. But again, she was gravely mistaken. Tracy Cogan deliberately postponed hearings to extend Aristeo’s confinement with hopes he’d surrender to further extortion. After 45 days, Tracy Cogan offered Aristeo an immediate release upon his admittance of guilt.
Aristeo refused and stated, “NO! We’re going to trial! No deals!” Aristeo refused five deals that would have released him immediately, but at the cost of his liberty. After six (6) months in jail, Aristeo was released on his own recognizance into a devastated life. He was homeless, indigent, and robbed of his livelihood. Aristeo vowed Tracy Cogan and Chris Auletto would be held accountable by the people for their misconducts.
Now, nearly two (2) years have passed, Aristeo remains homeless and indigent, and is fighting diligently. Tracy Cogan and Christopher Auletto have violated numerous state and federal rules of procedure by suppressing evidence in hopes of leveraging Aristeo into submission. Both Tracy Cogan and Christopher Auletto provided knowingly false information to the court, concealed and destroyed evidence, and withheld Aristeo’s computers and computer programs, which were at the heart of his Guerrilla Marketing business and would have enabled him to re-establish a livelihood.
Bruce Aristeo has an excellent opportunity to win a multi-million case against New Jersey government agencies and state officers, but as with any great endeavor, this opportunity desperately needs financial support.
Additionally, there is an urgency that Aristeo must secure a residence, otherwise the judge in this case will return him to jail where Aristeo will be denied access to a law library, research material, and legal assistance.
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