He would still be in office, if it wasn't for his strong belief in retirement.
Bob's lawyer has stated that he would be unavailable for interviews for about 2 and half years. At that time, Bob will have joined the FBACC and will be eligible for his $29,000-a-year pension, which Bob was able to get before Nancy Pelosi wrote a law specifically to prevent Mr. Ney from collecting the retirement he loved so dearly and so rightfully deserves.
Fortunately, Mr. Ney won over $50,000 dollars during a
gambling junket at fact-finding mission to a London casino, where he was staked by a known businessman.
- When Ney's family arrived at Ellis Island from Japan in the 1880's, a customs officer asked Ney's Great-grandfather, Toshiro Omofuke his name. However, before Omofuke could answer, a nearby horse whinnied, and the customs officer entered "Ney" in the Journal of Arrivals.