Think About it. Where Does a Parent Go to Assure a Judge is “Normal?”
By Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Welcome to “King’s Chronicles,” part one. In yesterday’s post, we brought you a series of cases involving the removal of deranged people from the bench which reads like a docket sheet in any criminal court. Given their secretive and brazen nature, we also posed the question of how many similar cases may be out there which will never be discovered because this epidemic is not being taken seriously.
To reiterate, a New York Chief Justice was imprisoned for stalking, extortion and lodging false reports to authorities, a Syracuse family judge admitted to sexual misconduct upon his five year old handicapped niece, a Michigan judge was exposed for sexual relations in chambers with a litigant during a child support case, a Texas family judge was caught on video beating his minor daughter, and two Pennsylvania judges were imprisoned for the now infamous “kids for cash” bribery scandal which required the reversal of 4,000 juvenile convictions.
These are only a small fraction of the known cases and clearly not minor incidents. Many involved psychotic episodes carried out over an extended period under a pretext of judicial immunity. While committing crimes in high office, the same judges were holding the rest of us to contrasting standards in their decisions. New York’s Chief Justice went so far as to profit from his deranged behavior by authoring a book upon his release from prison entitled “After the Madness.”
Such crimes are distinct from all others in society because they undermine the core of our justice system. As parents we are charged with a duty of protecting our children even against those in robes who purport to look out for their “best interests.” As concerned citizens, we must be vigilant to this crisis because the wrong-doers have been clothed with an awesome government power to discredit whistle- blowers and kill our messengers of reform. And they do it through an abuse of judicial office.
To be sure, this species of misconduct is by far the most dangerous to a free society. It is the worse kind of evil, and that brings us to a junior family judge who recently became elected near the Canadian border. After a brief stint as public defender, Dan King was assigned to cases all across central New York including my custody case. The record featured more than 30 disqualified or removed judges prior to his arrival only six months after being elected in another county by less than 300 votes of 11,000 cast.
I have maintained that Dan King’s assignment was exploited to censor my public criticisms through decisions impairing my parent-child relations. Since July, 2013, he has imposed conflicting restrictions and went so far as to violate a higher court order in a scheme to induce contempt by ambush. He has helped fabricate college degrees as a means for imputing income for support incarceration purposes, he has manufactured absurd prohibitions such as “alcohol related gestures” when no significant parenting issues could be found and, among many other abuses, he threatened to remove me from an entire courthouse if another objection was made to narrative testimony of a scorned ex- spouse.
As a court transcript corroborates, Dan King made this threat despite two of five granted objections at the outset of a custody trial. And he did it for the ulterior purpose of facilitating a false record to support pretrial orders that had no sound basis other than retaliation. Dan King was simply seeking to justify his ego at the expense of innocent children, my little girls.
Concededly it gets personal, but a good father makes it that way when his babies are threatened. If we can’t save our children from official abuse, how do we expect to protect them from the evils outside our court system? And what kind of example do we set for democracy and future generations? As a follower of this site, brace yourself for what you are about to read. It will all be found in upcoming posts under the heading “King’s Chronicles.”
These chronicles present a shocking expose on how easily a judge can get utterly out of control in his quest to avenge valid public criticisms. Our posts, taken together, will comprise a formal complaint to New York’s Judicial Conduct Commission, yes the same one which has ignored so many other valid complaints from plain folks. Its political and window dressing nature caused me to ask for its dissolution in testimony before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption.
Interestingly, other Dan King victims have come forward to promote a major protest in front of King’s Court in Lowville, New York. Such an event can spark a long overdue wave of protests across America. Tomorrow we will explain why we are referring to this man as “Dan King” and not some dignified title such as judge or “the honorable.”
Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Civil Rights Advocate
Administrator’s Note: What others are saying about Dan King
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