Once again you just can’t make this stuff up at Leon Koziol.com. Yes you read that headline correctly. After spending three full years abusing judicial office in retaliation for Leon’s public exposure of Judge King’s incompetence, the abuser simply walked away from the mess he made. That brings the total trial level judges on Leon’s case to 38 after a support magistrate in Syracuse stepped down only days earlier.
By all indications this is a judicial record in America. Judge Daniel King seemed perfectly content to continue his sadistic campaign but a state Supreme Court order was finally issued requiring him to appear on a mandamus filed against him to remove his protection (gag) order and Judge King himself from Leon’s family matters. Now that both have been accomplished, the rally and Supreme Court arguments for June 22nd have been cancelled.
Dr. Leon Koziol has been shuttling between Supreme Courts these days in his quest for justice and equality in our nation’s divorce and family courts. On Friday he joined three other professionals, victims of a dysfunctional family court system to file a writ for parental equality and due process on the steps of the United States Supreme Court. Stay tuned for exciting developments in our nation’s capital.
Both the New York and United States Supreme Court cases originated as Koziol v King. The title happened to be appropriate for historical reasons since the equity powers abused in family court derived from the feudal power of the King of England carried over to the states through common law. But with the King gone from one case, the new title will have to be Koziol v ? Yes it’s gotten that crazy.
None of this means that the rally scheduled for June 22nd was in vain. But with public arguments once again directed underground, there was no event to attend and rally around. Although Leon managed to spend Fathers Day with his girls for the first time in three years (deprived only during King’s tenure), the father replacement agenda continues.
That is why the rally organizer from New York City has shifted plans to an upcoming march from the Oneida County Courthouse in Utica to Flihan’s restaurant equipment sales on Broad Street. The theme: Leon’s daughters are not for sale. Don’t go away any time soon! If we don’t rally around someone, we’ll accomplish nothing in our individual foxholes.