Anniversary of the Parent March on Washington: A year later, we face an “Epidemic within an Epidemic.”


By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

How fast time went, and how fateful our message to the federal government was during the Parent March on Washington, May 1-3, 2019. The report we delivered to more than 600 offices has fateful relevance today as families struggle to stay in contact with loved ones.

Abusive family court edicts are contributing to a serious spike in suicides, emotional torment, financial worries and domestic violence. It’s the tip of the iceberg because, like the virus, both federal and state leaders ignored our profound message.

The report dated April 12, 2019 was titled, A Federal Funded Epidemic and subtitled, Vital Report Justifying a Federal Investigation of Human Rights Abuses in Divorce and Family Courts. Now we have an “epidemic within an epidemic” as parents, families and their children struggle with a “New Normal” that awaits us.

Exactly one year ago, we were preparing a motorcade protest from Liberty Park in Jersey to the Washington beltway. It was our kick-off to an event that will stay in our minds for a long time to come. That evening we featured an open forum and planning session at the Holiday Inn Congressional Ballroom.

The motorcade was patterned after a highly successful one I organized in 1999 featuring hundreds of vehicles along the New York State Thruway to a protest rally in Albany. The wisdom of our plan last year is borne out today by motorcades in Michigan and elsewhere protesting mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Striking parallels are found between the abuses of child support incentive grants and the abuses of emergency relief funds of the Covid-19 pandemic. Like the rewards given family courts to order the largest number and amounts of child support, our federal government is giving financial incentives for states and hospitals to label all sorts of deaths and patients Covid-related.

Then there’s the tracking of those who raided a $2,7 trillion funding package that left small businesses and families high and dry. Already, in a matter of weeks, wealthy universities such as Harvard and well financed chain restaurants have been returning millions to the small business fund. Like family court, there is no shame, only greed, even during a time of human crisis.

As concerned parents, we need to organize, fight back, and share information. We do this every Monday and Thursday, 7pm ET during our nationwide conference calls. It’s free and open to all. Call (605) 313-4427. Access number when prompted is 585326. You can also call our office for a private exchange at (315) 380-3420 or e-mail me directly at

In the meantime, enjoy the memories of our march by viewing our American Parent March video on this post. It was produced by Philadelphia Attorney Larry DeMarco, a real great guy. I will now leave you with a relevant excerpt from my latest court filing today which has remarkable relevance to current issues:

Whistleblower Retaliation Here in America Tracks Similar Abuses in China

By most accounts, the current coronavirus pandemic originated in Wuhan, China. Among the earliest whistleblowers was Dr. Li Wenliang who warned his government and world health experts of the highly contagious nature of this new deadly microbe. He was promptly suppressed along with another doctor who simply disappeared. Ultimately Dr. Wenliang died of coronavirus complications and the pandemic spread across the globe due to cover-ups, death threats and child deprivations designed to protect the reputation of a communist leadership.

These whistleblowers failed in their humanitarian objectives because of another “crisis within a crisis,” namely the targeting and destruction of civil rights attorneys who could have protected them from retaliation. Some are mentioned in my prior briefs and submissions before this Court and the federal district court of northern New York (all ignored). They include Chinese attorneys Chen Guangchen and Gao Zhisheng. The parallels to this case are stunning.

For example, among the modes of retaliation used to suppress their activity was home confinement, suspension of professional privileges, public discreditation of their person and therefore their vital messages, suspension of parent-child contacts, false prosecutions, assaults, imprisonment and even death.

As the record in my progressively destructive 12-year ordeal shows, I was persecuted in nearly every same mode of retaliation. I have been confined to my home due to a seizure of automobiles, bank accounts, alternate employment, various licenses needed for mobility and employment, and denied nearly all contact with my children since 2014.

Shocking for our supposed form of government, as recent as August 30, 2018, I was subjected to a “shoot on sight” threat by a traffic cop due to my exposure of a racist judge and local sheriff deputy who conspired with a chief family court clerk to effect unlawful service of process on me. They then acted to usurp proceedings to yield a serious imbalance in the family court structure as applied to me.

Central to this latest assault upon my human rights, the 40th assigned judge, Gerald Popeo, helped conceal a $35,500 child support payment in a hearing record and agency file to elevate support debt for punitive incarceration purposes. It carries with it alarming implications of federal funding abuses under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act (child support incentives).



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