Good moms stand up for Fathers’ Rights due to its value to our children and society.

  
Administrator’s note: Leon is still in New York City working with Dr. Eric Braverman for parental equal rights. By now you must be aware of the gay equality decision from the Supreme Court. The New York Times on Saturday featured numerous photos of gay couples on its front page. Yet equal rights  for fathers remains dormant in the aftermath. Hopefully connections and donations will materialize with reform efforts as they progress in Manhattan.

There will be no update from Leon today because he has become unexpectedly diverted to a crisis in his own parent-child relations. A startling story will emerge this week which will explain it all. It will disclose what has been happening without his knowledge since October, 2014 while seeking information, confidential or otherwise, from all our followers. He is concerned about the dangers to his daughters implicated by all this.

This next post will prove how innocent children can be purchased due to the schemes of gold digging adversaries in custody matters. You will finally understand why Leon took the stand he did in 2006 and refused to pay support to a scheming evil person. We hope to generate rallies and reports to proper authorities. The stand needed here will hopefully get national exposure. 

In the meantime, Leon has been invited to stay on at the Braverman home in Tribecca. He has received support from moms who remain concerned that a fatherless America is destroying society (the real fathers not their substitutes). After a busy Saturday garnering input from mothers abused by the same system, he took time aside to know them better. We encourage our followers to continue their support of Dr. Braverman in the Manhattan courthouse at 60 Centre Street tomorrow at 10 am. And as always we ask you for your donations here at Leon Koziol.com.

   
   

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