On May 7, 2018, Manuel P. Asensio, IJC’s founder, published a series of articles under the title Topsy-Turvy Chief Judges. One of these articles is titled Origins of Topsy-Turvy Chief Judges. [See below.] The Origins article provides an in depth personal account of how Mr. Asensio become involved with the investigation that led to the discovery of Roberts’s DRE policy making. This article attempts to answer the how, when, why and where question about how Mr. Asensio, a Wall Street short seller, commenced an investigation of organized judicial and government corruption in New York State’s courts, and came to file the nation’s first lawsuit against the presiding officer of the Judicial Conference of the US’s DRE policy making.
In the summer of 2018 Mr. Asensio was preparing to file the DRE action based on harm caused by the federal judges themselves. He had discovered how Roberts and the members of the Judicial Conference of US fabricated the DRE policy. And he was ready to file complaints under the Judicial Conduct Act to protect the DRE civil rights actions. This is what occurred. Mr. Asensio filed in federal court on November 21, 2019, the day before Thanksgiving Day. He filed the first judicial conduct complaint on February 2019. He noticed Roberts.
IJC’s origins of the DRE case date back to May 15, 2014 when filed a conduct and criminal complaint against Adetokunbo O. Fasanya, a magistrate presiding in a limited jurisdiction inferior family law court room in New York County. The complaint involved reports of a political cover-up in New York State’s First Department of a scheme to sell custody orders.
On May 15, 2014, Mr. Asensio witnessed Fasanya fabricating a court proceeding. Mr. Asensio walked into court for a hearing on his matter. Instead, out of blue without notice Fasanya immediately started orchestrating fabricated dialogue between himself, his former spouse’s attorney, and Carmen Restivo, a private attorney that Fasanya wished to appoint to represent my daughter, Eva Asensio. This is the event in New York State that led to Chief Justice Roberts.
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