New York City, May 16, 2016
Despite ongoing lack of donor funding on this site, Parental Advocate Dr. Leon R. Koziol continues to pursue overdue reforms to divorce and family courts. Today he attended a family rights conference at the United Nations where he introduced his Custody Court Dysfunction Report to nation delegates from around the world.
Parental rights are recognized in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as fundamental to a civilized and free society. According to the United Nations Family Rights Caucus, the right to create and enjoy a family unit cannot be denied, it must be protected by the state. Unfortunately, parents and families are being destroyed by judges and lawyers who are exploiting children for profit through needless orchestrated conflict.
After presenting his report, Leon conversed with fellow human rights advocates and organizations. He also related testimony given before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption to a speaker and delegate from the Russian Federation. It is important that we bring world attention to the horrific abuses occurring in these courts. We will keep you abreast of follow-up and progress.
In the meantime your personal and financial assistance is crucial. A long time supporter, James Ginter of Staten Island, New York City, has offered to lead a rally on June 10 at the Oneida County Courthouse in Utica. On that day Leon will present legal argument in New York Supreme Court to remove a corrupt family judge, promote shared parenting and remedy severe child alienation.
You can contact our office, Parenting Rights Institute, at (315) 380-3420 or Dr. Koziol direct at (315) 796-4000.
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