This is our third in a series we call “Kendra’s Chronicles” designed to convey a personal side to this war on parents, children and families in our nation’s domestic relations courts. The reader is encouraged to review the opening segment posted on April 21, 2015 for background.
An earlier series entitled “King’s Chronicles” exposes the misconduct of a family judge in Lowville, New York by the name of Daniel King. His behavior may be compared to your own experiences but in Leon’s case, power was abused to censor speech, reform efforts on this site, testimony before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption and civil recourse under the American Constitution.
(Testimony of Leon Koziol, J.D., before the New York Moreland Commission on Public Corruption at Pace University on September 17, 2013. Leon’s eye-opening presentation can be viewed at approximately the 2 hours, 31 minutes and 45 seconds mark:)
Injuries to Leon’s livelihood, licenses and family relationships compelled him to seek justice on a broader scale in Paris, New York, Washington, Nashville, Charlotte and Charleston, South Carolina where an unarmed father was shot dead fleeing from a child support warrant. This month, Leon was invited to Southern California to help expose corruption in that state.
Our domestic courts have become so draconian in their practices that good parents are now seeking shelter in foreign countries. It was a common report in Leon’s travels. One father resisted by setting himself on fire in front of a courthouse in Keene, New Hampshire, a police investigator took his life and that of his ex spouse leaving three childen without parents in Utica, New York, and countless fathers working under the table show that lawlessness is escalating. This is government oppression of the worst kind because children are being exploited.
It is also insidious because the abuses are being carried out in the forums where we expect justice to be served with equal treatment under the law. Unfortunately the ominous trends and ugly facts have been suppressed or misrepresented to the public because court conflicts have generated a trillion dollar industry.
Welcome to Hillary Clinton’s Village, a socialist court structure envisioned by our former “Secret-ary of State” in the nineties (discussed in our opening post). In light of her secret, even treasonous government e-mails and latest scandals involving the Clinton Foundation (rewarding the rich for their contributions), we must ask ourselves, who is this candidate purporting to serve as our next president? Is there anything left that we can trust about her?
Here at Leon Koziol.com, we’ve been exposing corruption and cautioning moms and dads about the costly calamities which await us in Hillary’s New World Order. Time and again we have been proven correct. The murder in Charleston is only one example of a growing crisis. Today we continue this series with a look at how money corrupts and turns family court into the ultimate oxymoron.
Child Support is Harming The Children That Were Supposed To Be Benefited In Family Court.
By Dr. Leon R. Koziol
You can’t throw everyone in jail who violates a family court order. We are already the most imprisoned nation in the free world. But as we all know, such orders are being violated all the time in communities across America. So if a guilty party is not thrown in jail, the judge simply takes his ego out on the parents, children and innocent families. Lawyers and third parties profit immensely.
This unprecedented form of injustice is occurring because government was never intended to raise children, at least not under our Constitution, and judges are ill equipped to direct the countless styles of parenting we find in America. But they do it anyway for money, political and career purposes, employing a wide range of costly “experts” and leaving us to make sense of the confusion and disasters which naturally follow.
Walter Scott learned this the hard way after numerous stints in jail for child support. It was a cycle of debt not unlike the kind that can confront any American citizen, and it landed him in a cage. Most people suppressed under our current governing structure remain incredulous when we report that monthly obligations continue to accrue when a father is imprisoned or denied various licenses. How can they ever get out of debt everyone asks.
Indeed our current federal child support laws take indentured service to a whole new level of absurdity. Ultimately Walter’s bills got him murdered by a cop without commission of any crime. As I explained to a New York Times reporter while in Charleston, nearly 100% of these jailed debtors are men. In my March 1, 2015 report “We Are Fathers,” which was given to her after our discussion, I predicted the high impacts upon minorities and veterans.
The same New York Times reporter, however, followed with a story this past week which excluded these crucial facts. Instead she preferred information from another source citing that one eighth of all inmates in South Carolina are there for back child support. This is additional proof of the information censorship which is occurring here as I have emphasized over the past eight years. And so the band plays on. More deaths, suicides and child injuries will follow unless we victims finally take a stand.
Think about it: one-eighth! That’s one heck of a lucrative debtors’ prison we’re creating in America. Recall earlier posts here at Leon Koziol.com regarding the “Kids for Cash” scandal in Pennsylvania which landed two judges in prison and the reversal of 4,000 juvenile convictions. If you don’t believe a crisis is already upon us, you’re living in a fairy land, not the quaint kind once enjoyed by my girls in “Kendra’s Chronicles II,” but a real life kind which causes children to lose their dads for no good reason.
If you’ve been following our stories in both chronicles, then you know how I lost my children, livelihood and licenses because of a stand that I took against this corrupted family court enterprise. It’s a sacrifice I was forced to make not unlike the ones by Susan B. Anthony and Martin Luther King. However my ordeal continues to escalate as I refuse to back down.
In 2005, when the separated parents in my children’s lives worked out their own agreements, everything was promising. But when lawyers, judges, “experts” and federal support laws intervened, my girls were irrevocably harmed for the sake of the almighty dollar. Before their arrival, “mommy” declared to the world that her children’s “hearts belonged to daddy.” Today she is declaring that he belongs in jail, a false and highly inflammatory declaration.
This is what money can do in today’s divorce and family courts. In our next segment we will show you how the Nile River flows south and what happens when greed combines with ignorance to enrich this system even further.
Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Civil Rights Advocate
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