Dr. Leon R. Koziol, J.D., co-founder of the Parenting Rights Institute and National League of Fathers, Inc. traveled to New York on December 11, 2011 to issue a public statement and commitment to returning soldiers victimized by discriminatory and abusive laws in America’s domestic relations courts. From Liberty Park on the New Jersey shore, Dr. Koziol paid tribute to the sacrifices of our fighting fathers in the military returning home from service abroad. Taken from the base of a 1985 monument with the Statue of Liberty in the background, Dr. Koziol asks our citizenry to join the effort to reform lucrative child exploitation laws which are leading to a fatherless America. Underemployed parents are being needlessly separated from their children and remanded to debtor prisons.
Fraudulent “awards” known as “child support” provide Title IV incentive funds to the states based on the number and magnitude of court orders mass produced in the states. It has become a multi-billion dollar industry based not upon the true needs of America’s children, but upon the greed of lawyers and politicians. Escalating levels of suicide and child abandonment are the result fueled by a mass prejudice inflicted upon mainstream fathers. These good men are victimized simply because of their birth defect (male traits) and separated childrearing environments. Such money awards are producing un-remedied frauds, perjury and violence in and out of our courts to create an epidemic in domestic relations here in the states.
Few are paying much attention to this epidemic. However, its combined effects are impairing the productivity, health care and public safety of an entire nation. Dr. Koziol is asking all viewers of this news item to help him raise funds behind a growing movement and the Founding Fathers March on Washington set for April 20, 2012. We need serious and immediate participation to bring proper awareness to this vital cause. People are registering their approval but falling short of any meaningful commitment to the sacrifice and efforts of the Institute and its satellite entities. Please do your part. All families and children in particular will benefit in the end.
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