Dr. Leon Koziol, J.D,
Director, Parenting Rights Institute
So maybe you always wondered why conscientious lawyers are so few, why no one from any bar association has seen fit to reform a divorce and family court system that incites needless conflict for profit, one that is bankrupting entire families, fueling unprecedented violence, and crushing our most basic rights of parenting. The above, unsolicited, statement from a former legislator in New York provides the answer.
This statement was passed on to me by a Philadelphia attorney who maintains a You-Tube channel committed to court reform and victim education. As we have reported extensively on this website over the past ten years, the persecution inflicted upon me for exposing human rights violations is off the charts. It remains beyond anything that even I could have imagined after 23 years of successful and unblemished practice as a civil rights trial attorney.
As you can see, our explanations were not grounded in mere suspicion, an unsupported belief, or a John Grisham type story. It’s a true ordeal featuring a dedicated father who would not surrender to the gender bias, parental alienation and child support servitude designed to maximize federal funding to the judges who preside over such cases. Prior to this crusade for reform and justice, I won numerous David-Goliath court battles against powerful people, law firms and government entities.
For example, it took a number of years but my steadfast commitment to innocent landowners victimized by the Oneida Indian land claim (originally demanding over six million acres in upstate New York) resulted in a final judgment invalidating the billion dollar Turning Stone casino compact, see Oneida Nation v Oneida County, 132 F. Supp. 2d 71 (NDNY 2000); Peterman v Governor Pataki, 2004 Slip Op 51092(U). Although the casino was never shut down, my success was instrumental in a resolution that ended the land claim with only 15,000 or so acres reserved for the Indian Nation. One of my opposing law firms was Cravath, Swaine and Moore in Manhattan.
Reform continues to languish and corruption continues to grow without accountability. That is why I will be spearheading another convergence on Washington next spring to mirror the three-day Parent March on Washington which I sponsored in 2019 (video summary below). Organization leaders who participated from around the country gave out presentations declaring that our event was only the beginning, that if we could finally unify, our voices could be heard. Imagine an event this time with thousands of participants. That is the only real way to succeed against this Goliath.
As it is now, the predictions I made back then are coming true today in light of the recent agenda by our Justice Department to label parents “domestic terrorists” simply because they want greater input into our children’s educations. I will be starting a You-Tube series and podcast to promote next year’s event under a nonprofit organization I incorporated this past summer. It was recently granted tax-exempt status under 501(c)(3) of the IRC. It is known as the Citizen Commission Against Corruption: http://www.citizencommissionagainstcorruption.org.
It is important for you to do your part by making this post viral. Also, stay in touch with us here at http://www.leonkoziol.com for further updates. The silent epidemic we are targeting is explained in my newly published book, Whistleblower in Paris, and you can gain a free insight on the book’s own website at http://www.whistleblowerinparis.com. You can also order a copy at any Barnes and Noble store, Amazon or major bookseller on-line.