By Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
A Supreme Court justice once described them as “kangaroo courts,” In re Gault, 387 US at pg 28. But that was in 1967. In the four decades since, our nation’s family courts have become profit centers and revenue generating machines with an ever- diminishing concern for children or their true moms and dads.
Lawyers and child predators (appointed “experts” and child “representatives”) feed off contrived controversies instigated by a long antiquated “custody” framework for childrearing. Superior and inferior classifications force parents to fight for their offspring while bringing out the worst from them when children need their best.
It’s an unjust, discriminatory and barbaric framework. The last thing that families need when seeking resolution to their conflicts is an adversarial process that enriches those purporting to act in their “best interests.” That’s not just me saying this, but veteran jurists and expert commissions drawing the same conclusions, see i.e. Webster v Ryan, 729 NYS2d 315 (Albany Family Court 2001) at fn. 1; 2006 Matrimonial Commission Report to (New York’s) Chief Justice (“Miller Report”).
So why is there no meaningful reform? The answer has been purposefully complicated by court generated propaganda to keep you in a state of protracted suffering. If anyone endeavors to expose the corruption, he or she is targeted for literal extinction, the vital message discredited through orchestrated ethics issues. In this way, the public is duped into believing that our whistleblowers are crazy and the system is fine. Just bring your petitions and your money. We’ll take care of the rest, the “justice” part.
I’ve been litigating as a victimized parent or trial lawyer in federal, state and family courts for more than thirty (30) years. I certainly know my way around the courthouse and how lawyers and former lawyers on the bench abuse parents and children for profit in our divorce and family courts. That’s the public message they have been targeting in my reform efforts for at least the past ten of those years.
If you are a regular follower of this site, you know what I am talking about. You are also in good company. This humble site, http://www.leonkoziol.com, has been monitored by judges, lawyers, politicians, ethics prosecutors, child “experts,” and corrupt officials since its birth in 2010. Lawyers have expressly targeted it in court and even gone so far as to generate an official report which attached seven postings as exhibits without any claim of inaccuracy or ethics charge.
Many of these monitors have remained infected by a singular purpose of censoring and literally killing my conscientious reform efforts directed to a nationwide epidemic, a government industry and war on parenthood. They are reaping billions of dollars in funds and interest revenues from our federal government and state collection centers (public banks) based on the number and magnitude of support orders manufactured in these courts (performance grants), Dept of Family v DHHS of U.S., 588 F.3d 740 (1st Cir, 2009).
In their greed, they wholly disregard the logical conclusion that such incentive funding makes these family judges inherently biased inasmuch as they are financially rewarded by jailing and fleecing moms and dads even when such parents form their own cooperating arrangements, Bast v Rossoff, 91 NY2d 723 (1998). It has made a mockery of due process and equal protection under our Constitution.
Over the past two weeks, I have been in Manhattan assisting other victims while seeking funding to defend against this trillion dollar industry protected by powerful bar associations and special interests. Internet trolls, pretend advocates and even some deranged victims have done a remarkable job of harming my reform efforts to a level of surrender, excess caution or needless suspicion.
And you wonder why you continue to suffer in these courts. I am long past the point of trying to explain how this system works to harm you. Few bother to study it with sufficient time or comprehension, choosing instead to continue feeding the system with replacement lawyers, credit cards and funds that can never be repaid to these courts. Meanwhile our donate option remains decadent.
Consequently I will simplify it to the bottom line. These family courts are glorified casinos. They are operated by lawyers and former lawyers on the bench selling chance. That’s right, a roll of the dice, a full house from a deck of poker cards, promises of a better outcome that reality will never bestow except in the rarest of cases. To that end, parents throw away all of their life earnings and savings to leave children without college funds and a truly better life.
I should know about casinos and family courts to make this logical comparison. I was able to invalidate a billion dollar casino compact in 2005 against the odds. So elitist was the court that it introduced me in one of its published decisions (in my favor) as an agent for a prominent law firm. I had never had any affiliation with that firm, instead I was solely retained to represent the successful citizens group. Verify this remarkable event for yourself at Oneida Nation v Oneida County, 132 F. Supp. 2d 71 (NDNY 2000).
Accordingly, faced with this onslaught of defamation and “judicial waterboarding” (as I have depicted it in confidential court proceedings), I continue to rely on concerned citizens, potential investors and astute victims for true reform, those who recognize that we cannot fight Goliath with keyboards and pontifications to no one who cares about our individual cases.
We all have ordeals to tell. I have heard countless of them for decades now. Divide and conquer, concoct defamatory claims, and abuse the conscientious critic through whatever means, lawful or unlawful, to preserve this gold mine. It remains the effective strategy for crushing reform. And you wonder why no lawyers come forward to advocate for this vital cause. Frankly, after all that I’ve been through, who can blame them?
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