Above video documents the ordeals of a severely alienated mom and dad in Pennsylvania and New York. Little has changed since it was first published.
By Dr. Leon Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
While missing children and child abductions receive top priority in society, parental alienation continues to be ignored despite comparable sufferings. It is all part of a corrupted and antiquated child custody system that lawyers have exploited for profit and courts have allowed so as to maximize incentive funds under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act. Despite a Parent March on Washington in 2019, a lobby initiative the same year, conferences in Congress, United Nations and good government commissions, this growing epidemic is a cause for increased domestic violence, needless clashes with law enforcement and murder-suicides.
I have been at the leading edge of reform efforts as a judicial whistle blower exposing the related tragedies across America. As a consequence, I was targeted as a civil rights attorney and persecuted as a parent. In an up coming book, I will detail how parental alienation is cultivated and weaponized against the falsely accused, particularly those who stand up to the horrors of this epidemic. Every severe case of parental alienation should be accompanied by a judicial “amber alert” with jail terms and punishments for the perpetrators on a level higher than money debts known as child support.
This is a silent epidemic that is eating away at the very fabric of our nation, our family values, traditions and parent-child relations. The blockbuster movies of today that receive some of the highest acclaim are those that feature aggrieved dads who take the law into their own hands when the system fails them. They include Taken I & II starring Liam Niesen, Rambo Last Blood starring Sylvester Stallone, Death Wish starring Bruce Willis, Patriot starring Mel Gibson, Stolen starring Nicholas Cage, Home Front starring Jason Straham and many more.
Indeed it’s hard to find an action movie star who has not had a film of his own focused on the protection of his daughters from harm’s way. Unfortunately in the real world, such fathers are denigrated in ways unprecedented in human history. On television sit-coms and law enforcement programs they are typically characterized as incompetent, uncaring and violent. As a result we see a break down in society on all fronts, from our schools to the riots in our streets. Drug related violence is at an all time high. And despite all this, our nation’s divorce and family courts continue to push good dads out of their children’s lives.
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