A message from RightABigWrong.org’s founder, Manuel P. Asensio:
I was born in La Habana, Cuba, in 1954. My family and I fled Cuba after communism took over. My parents arranged a spot for me on a merchant ship to Spain with a plan to disembark in Venezuela. The ship had a few passenger cabins. They did this so that I could leave Cuba ahead of their own escape to avoid the Communist indoctrination that had already begun. My aunt and uncle adopted me so that I could leave with them first. It was a dramatic time, not quite like the Fall of Saigon but bloodier and more severe than the downfall of Venezuela’s democracy and takeover by a Marxist dictator, which I also personally experienced later in life.
My family and our friends came to New York and established an enclave of Cuban Bay of Pigs refugees in Brooklyn. I am a product of New York City’s Catholic parochial school system, St. Frances de Chantal and Bishop Ford High School. I worked as a bag boy and a newspaper delivery boy and in a Carvel ice-cream shop at a very early age. I worked my way through the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance parking cars at a dinner theater as a bus boy and by buying and repairing used cars. After Penn, I returned to Venezuela to work. I came back to the United States to attend and graduate from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business.
In 1996, fourteen years after graduating from Harvard, during the birth of the internet, I came up with the idea of using the internet to expose stock fraud for a profit. I discovered over fifty frauds in a row in short order. I am recognized by the National Bureau of Economic Research, the nation’s leading nonprofit economic research organization, as the “pioneer” of “information producers as arbitrageurs rather than as short-sellers, to distinguish them from uninformed short-sellers in the market.”
My love for the American values of self-rule independence and freedom from government oppression and deep concerns about my daughter’s future and how she was being taught to feel about what’s right and wrong left me no alternative than to oppose the radical Mayor de Blasio judicial appointee that was assigned to my case. I learned how the judicial system works to enlighten others including the blameless victims like my own daughter and to defend myself from the effects of fraudulent judicial misconduct. New York State’s Unified Court System lacks the availability of plainly adequate remedy for due process claims against judicial fraud. There is has no adequate path to federal protection. This is the purpose of RightABigWrong.Org to investigate how in this day and age and in such a personal private area of law dealing with individual rights and powers that have found protection under the 14th amendment of the U.S. Constitution such judicial corruption can exist and survive in the United States.
Thank you for visiting our organization and supporting our fight against Organized Corrupt Judging which has personally affected me and my daughter’s lives, and millions of American’s each year.
-Manuel P. Asensio