Have our family courts been compromised?
Since the inception of this website, our staff here at www.leonkoziol.com has tried to keep the majority of our content focused largely upon issues surrounding what we believe is the state’s ever-expanding intrusions upon private child-rearing matters. Occasionally, there is sufficient reason to feature other stories and information which may not necessarily have anything to do with parental rights, but rather illustrate the growing frustrations that American’s are experiencing with our government today when conventional remedies such as the family courts and public acts of civil disobedience simply do not work. In no way are we advocating or suggesting violence. However, we will continue to ask the same question that repeatedly goes unanswered when our public officials are called upon; what recourse do citizens of the United States of America have when they continue to be ignored by their government?
What are the family courts afraid of?
There is little doubt that the drum beat is growing louder with each new day. American citizens are being wrongfully and systematically pushed to a breaking point of disenfranchisement with their government. The first video is eerily similar to what many non-custodial parents (particularly fathers) routinely experience as they are unfairly treated in our nation’s family court rooms today. In this video, there are many parallels that can be made between Jesse Ventura’s frustrations with the court system’s refusal on the basis of jurisdictional reasons to hear his case involving what he believes is the Transportation Safety Administration’s unreasonable search and seizure policies not unlike what civil/parental rights advocate Leon Koziol, J.D. has experienced when attempting to bring test cases “on behalf of parents similarly situated” before our high courts. The truth is, these cases are simply falling on deaf ears because they are not politically correct and more than likely pose a specific threat to a predetermined political agenda. Rather than hear these cases and the Constitutional grounds for which they are built upon, we now have an entire legal profession dedicated to protecting itself by using the influence of the family courts to discredit those who dare challenge the system. Our role here at www.leonkoziol.com is to better educate and inform the reader as to what is actually occurring free of both government and corporate influence.
The second video depicts an agitated police state that will do whatever it takes to “neutralize” a perceived threat in order protect the “status quo” which would include shooting an innocent camera person. The logical question one is left to ponder is, are we now living in a third world country? Or, as Jesse Ventura best puts it, “the Fascist States of America.
Family Courts: Are they biased towards men?
Historically, children were regarded as the fathers pre-industrial assets and custody was out of question. Consequently, the ‘tender years’ doctrine dictated that young children be kept with their mothers (Newsweek, [Online], 1995). But as perceptions about parenthood changed, fathers have become just as much involved as mothers in nurturing their children. For this reason, today, many fathers in family court are seeking primary or joint custody of their children when a marriage or partnership is dissolved. However, it is questioned whether the family court system is biased against men in matters involving custody and access to children when these family breakdowns occur. It can be argued that, when deciding custody and visitation, a family court gives the best interests of the child the highest priority and not gender (Levin ; Mills, [Online], 2003). Apparently, it is clear that in most custody cases; approximately 90% of the time, primary residential custody of children is awarded to mothers (McNeely, [Online], 1998), thus indicating the presence of gender bias in the family courts. It is our belief that children are deserving of equal time with both parents whenever possible. In theory, this sounds like a wonderful idea. Unfortunately, nothing is going to change anytime soon until those who have been affected by current draconian child support and custody laws decide to unite for the purpose of letting both our elected public officials and family courts know they’ve finally had enough.
However, there is one person who is uniquely qualified given his civil rights background. That man is Dr. Leon Koziol, J.D. Leon understands our complex legal system and recognizes that behind every major civil rights movement, the fast track for change has always been through the courts. Mr. Koziol continues to incur tremendous litigation costs for exposing what he believes is an inherently flawed scheme of multi-billion dollar child control laws that are designed to fleece mainstream parents of their financial resources through unnecessary court room manufactured controversies. In retaliation for his work, the state damaged Leon’s ability to represent people like yourself in various test cases litigated over the past few years. Rather than abandon the cause, Mr. Koziol simply restructured the litigation and continued in a pro se manner under the constitution which is his right. Unfortunately, this has left him with no financial resources to conclude these test cases on behalf of “parents similarly situated.” Over the next few weeks, Mr. Koziol will have to decide if there is enough financial support for him to continue with this important cause. Please show him your financial support today!
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