Roberts’s Cover-Up of the DRE Criminal Indifference Case

On Martin Luther King Day 2019, Monday, the 21st day of January, the Hon. John G. Roberts, Jr. (Roberts)chief justice of the United States and presiding officer of the Judicial Conference of the US (Conference), became involved with a cover up of a federal civil rights lawsuit against his illegal policy making at the Conference.   

Manuel P. Asensio, the Institute of Judicial Conduct’s Founder, and his daughter, Eva Asensio, are the plaintiffs a $100 million case against Roberts’s fabrication of a Domestic Relations Exceptions policy and authorization of its use in US Courts. The DRE authorizes state governments to commit crimes against US citizens in the nation’s 3,143 counties. Roberts authorized the federal judges to act fraudulently in order to cover up and protect that illegal and criminal DRE scheme and from having to resign.

DRE fraud and criminal indifference cases are t against five federal judges, and New York State.  The case is based on inexorable evidence proving beyond a reasonable doubt that Roberts knowingly and deliberately authorized the five federal judges to act fraudulently in order to deny Mr. Asensio and Eva their most substantial and most protected constitutional liberties and rights, to authorize New York State to fabricate charges against them without authority or codified neutral principles and to deny their rights under the Constitution and Bill of Rights

The DRE case has two parts: the court cases in US District Court and the judicial conduct complaints in the Judicial Council for the Second Circuit and Conference.

There are two district court cases, the first against the New York State judges and New York State politicians who acted under the protection of the DRE and the federal judges who criminally fabricated the DRE. The second action was filed after Roberts became directly involved in the action against the New York State judges and politicians.

The district courts cases are titled Asensio et al. v. DiFiore et al., 18 CV-10933 (Ronnie Abrams) and Asensio et al. v. Roberts et al., 19 CV-03384 (Katherine Polk Failla).

There are five separate DRE judicial misconduct actions filed under the “Judicial Council Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980.” These are docketed at the Judicial Council for the Second Circuit and at the US Judicial Conference under two numbers, 02-19-90052-jm and 02-19-90053-jm.

The parties in the DRE US court cases are the following:

Manuel P. Asensio, individually and as the parent of Eva Asensio, a minor child, plaintiffs, against the Hon. John G. Roberts, Jr., chief justice of the United States and presiding justice of the Judicial Conference of the United States; the Hon. Robert A. Katzmann, the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; and the Hon. Ronnie Abrams, a judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, defendants.

Manuel P. Asensio, individually and as the parent of Eva Asensio, a minor child, plaintiffs, against Janet DiFiore, chief judge of New York State; Barbara Underwood, attorney general of New York State; Andrew M. Cuomo, governor of New York State; Adetokunbo O. Fasanya, New York County Family Court magistrate; and Emilie Marie Bosak, individually, defendants.

The federal judges in the DRE US court cases are the following:

Hon. John G. Roberts, Jr., chief justice of the United States and presiding justice of the Judicial Conference of the United States; the Hon. Anthony J. Scirica, a Senior United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and Chair of the Conference Committee on Judicial Conduct; the Hon. Robert A. Katzmann, the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Judicial Council for the Second Circuit, and member of the Conference’s ; the Hon. Colleen McMahon, the chief judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York State (SDNY); and the Hon. Ronnie Abrams and Katherine Polk Failla, judges in the SDNY.