Judicial Whistleblowers Entitled to Protection and Compensation

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After being nearly run over by a black Cadillac in front of witnesses a few weeks back at a local Irish pub (Celtic Harp), you might say I need a pair of bodyguards. Pictured here is former Super Bowl winner for the Denver Broncos, Jamie Brown.  A victim of blunt head injury, I have been asked to look into the cover-ups while a major lawsuit is nearing settlement. Pictured also is Mike Paladino who joined me for the Whistleblower Summit and Civil Rights Conference in Washington.  FYI: I am standing 5 foot 11 inches and weighing in at a “mere” 200 lbs.

By Dr. Leon R. Koziol

Having just returned from a whistleblowers summit and conference in Washington D.C., I had the privilege of meeting numerous victims of government abuse. Of all that were featured, few exceeded my ordeal. Indeed, because I heard about the summit at the last minute, the sponsors could not get me on the speakers agenda which had already been formalized. However I was allowed to present my case followed by an interview with Summit sponsors for future publication.

My focus was different than most presenters who decried retributions by federal and state agencies (executive branch of government). I was determined to obtain protection for that unique category of citizens known as judicial whistleblowers. These are the ones who expose corruption in the judicial branch, the forums created by the people to bring justice for all the other whistleblowers. At present, there is no real protection for us as my ordeal has abundantly demonstrated.

From my pedophile custody judge removed from family court (Bryan Hedges) to divorce judges soliciting bribes to fix custody cases (Gerald Garson and Thomas Spargo), we have a growing crisis on our hands. These are judges taken down only because of courageous whistleblowers. One was a father-attorney in divorce. Another was a mom who lost custody of her child. How many more have never been caught? Without judicial whistleblowers, the other types may never see justice even with the federal Whistleblower Protection Act now in effect.

For this reason, Judicial whistleblowers need legal protection and monetary compensation for the risks and injuries they endure. After exposing widespread corruption among wealthy Americans dodging tax liabilities in Swiss banks, whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld was wrongly prosecuted by the IRS and sent to prison for a thirty month term. Ultimately he recovered $102 million as part of a new IRS whistleblower protection program.

His ordeal has striking similarities to mine, wrongfully prosecuted by unethical ethics lawyers who were ultimately allowed to resign for falsifying their time sheets (Albany chief counsel Peter Torncello, Steven Zayas and Elizabeth Devane). My children, licenses and livelihood were all seized in retaliation for the widespread corruption I have been exposing to no avail before a self-regulating profession and court system. Less than 10% of all commission complaints in New York and California are even looked into.

This autumn, my book, Satan’s Docket, will be published. It exposes my shocking ordeal while serving as an instruction manual for all parents affected by our nation’s divorce and family courts. Unsure whether the title was a good one, all doubt was removed this past week in Washington with the presentation and release of Birkenfeld’s book titled, Lucifer’s Bank.

In an effort to pave the way for judicial whistleblower protection in New York, I presented a 25-page, $25 million claim before the New York Legislature. After personal visits to legislative offices, I finally got a call from legislative counsel for the Assembly Judiciary Committee (Weinstein). The uphill battle I faced was mutually detailed.

I have yet to receive replies of any kind from my former Assembly representative, Claudia Tenney, campaigning for Congress at the time, my Senate representative, Joseph Griffo, who declared me his friend time and again, or Anthony Brindisi, Assembly representative in the district where my law practice was shut down. All this occurred within the span of a few years after 23 unblemished years as a successful civil rights attorney and ten years as a model parent without even a complaint before any child protection agency.

Please share this post for the general benefit of all Americans. As U.S. Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley stated at a recent Whistleblower Day celebration, “You can’t fix something if you don’t know it’s broken. That’s just common sense.” But it’s much more than that for judicial whistleblowers: “You can’t get justice if corruption is being concealed by those who are supposed to deliver it.

Leon R. Koziol, J.D.

Parenting Rights Institute

(315) 380-3420

 

 

2017 National Whistleblower Summit: Valuable Aid For Court Victims

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From left to right, Louis Clark, Executive Director and CEO of GAP (Government Accountability Project), Tom Devine, its Legal Director and Leon Koziol, Whistleblower Advocate


“You can’t fix something if you don’t know it’s broken. That’s just common sense.”  U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley

That is a quote taken from U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman, Chuck Grassley, of Iowa at the 2015 National Whistleblower Day Celebration. He is the man at the center of investigations involving Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It is a quote which aptly depicts my ongoing mission to obtain justice and overdue reform for victims of divorce and family courts across the country.

I attended the 2017 Whistleblower Day Celebration and three-day Whistleblowers Summit in Washington D.C. this past week, having been interviewed by its sponsors at the Mott whistleblower law offices next to the Supreme Court. Among other things, I also participated in a dinner meeting of prominent whistleblowers at the National Press Club near the White House.

As this post is being made public, my 2017 corruption report regarding Title IV-D funding abuses is being delivered personally to Senator Grassley at a meeting set for 4 pm today at his Senate office. This report was previously delivered to a congressional oversight committee and U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions. It depicts an epidemic harming parents in divorce and family courts in the states which is being censored and suppressed by special interests and bar associations.

During the three-day summit, I had occasion to exchange valuable information with best selling authors of books depicting whistleblower ordeals. They included Bradley Birkenfeld who spent three years in prison for exposing corruption in the Swiss banking system. On his release, he recovered a record $104 million under the IRS whistleblower program. His book entitled, Lucifer’s Bank, has striking resemblances to mine, Satan’s Docket, projected for publication this autumn.

A key goal of my book and travels is to bring legal protection for a unique group of citizens known as judicial whistleblowers. At present it does not exist, and as my case has amply demonstrated, the retributions can be horrific and utterly inhuman. Attendees at this summit were shocked at my ordeal as presented in a one-page book summary and eight-page chapter summary available by request at leonkoziol@parentingrightsinstitute.com.

Of course, I am not a legal aid, public defender or government funded entity. I am a high risk, confidential and specialized consultant bringing public attention to individual cases. I no longer practice civil rights law and do not give legal opinions, but I do have lawyers available as part of our referral program. Hence, I rely on donations and product purchases at www.leonkoziol.com.

This summit sponsored by The Government Accountability Project, ACORN 8 and other prominent organizations was extremely valuable and should be supported. This week I will feature key summaries such as this one to enlighten my followers on a growing epidemic in these courts so that reform and justice may be achieved for as many victims as possible.

 

Dr. Leon R. Koziol, Director

Parenting Rights Institute

(315) 380-3420  

Coming Soon: Satan’s Docket

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Angie Policelli, a long time follower of this site,  congratulates civil rights advocate, Leon Koziol on his newly completed book at Panera Bread cafe in New Hartford, New York. Book signing events are anticipated for this autumn.

Dr. Leon R. Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

(315) 380-3420

Sorry I have not been very active on this site  in recent months. It is due largely to my preoccupation with a book project years in the making but developed in ernest since November, 2016.

A publishing contract was signed this past week. The book exposes corruption in America’s divorce industry. Similar to themes introduced by film makers in the movies Gladiator, Sleepers and Devil’s Advocate, this literary work captures over thirty years of political, personal and litigation experience in a 108,000 word manuscript titled, Satan’s Docket.

A release date in late summer, 2017 will be announced before a marketing campaign which I intend to take before every member of Congress. The goal is to elicit a congressional oversight hearing behind the abuse of Title IV-D funding by “court predators” as I call them. A copyright is already on file in Washington, and advance manuscripts are available for a $25 contribution at http://www.leonkoziol.com.

These courts have been transformed into a trillion dollar industry harming parents, families and children. Highly protected by special interests and bar associations, reform efforts have been viciously censored and eclipsed by “child protection” propaganda. My ordeal is a prime example. I will use this book to demand a comprehensive investigation by the Justice Department.

As I have explained to my book clients and in my professional critiques of individual cases, the public will find it hard to relate to personal divorces and family court ordeals. Fewer still will want to re-visit the painful experiences if, in fact, they are familiar with the travesties of justice which are growing at epic levels.

For this reason, my book is spiced with real life experiences ranging from high profile trials to my adventures across the country and Europe. There is a healthy dose of intrigue, humor and even romance exceeded only by the vast education to benefit anyone implicated by divorce, custody, support or other family litigation.

Major segments are devoted to my experiences in upstate New York, from casino litigation to local politics. Familiar names, forgotten villains and even famous people are featured in a 22 chapter plot. It is a veritable encyclopedia or crash course for litigants certain to inspire outrage and reform long overdue in this corrupt industry. The following chapter titles will give you its flavor:

 

Table  of  Contents

Part One:  Corruption

Chapter 1:  Return to Paris

Chapter 2:  Overground Railroad

Chapter 3:  Religion Under Seige

Chapter 4:  Downloading the Mind

Chapter 5:  Judge Paris Calls Paris

Chapter 6:  Weaving a Tangled Web

Chapter 7:  Soulmate Encounter

Chapter 8:  Amber Alert

Chapter 9:  Gender Skirmish

Chapter 10:  Shark Attack

Chapter 11: Earth’s Child

 

Part Two:  Carnage

Chapter 12: A Wedding to Die For

Chapter 13: Daddy, I want to go there!

Chapter 14: Mermaid Island

Chapter 15: Diamond Girls

Chapter 16:  Killing the Dream

Chapter 17: Orchestrated Law

Chapter 18: Sum of All Evils

Chapter 19: Snake Bite

Chapter 20: Shopping with Martha

Chapter 21: Alcohol Related Holocaust

Chapter 22: King Eby

Epilogue: The Divorce Coliseum

 

 

  

 

Preet Bharara: Corruption Fighter or Self-Promoter?

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By Dr. Leon R. Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

 I testified along with Preet Bharara and Loretta Lynch before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption on September 17, 2013. As followers of this site, www.leonkoziol.com know, I exposed an epidemic in our divorce and family courts citing federal funding abuses under the Title IV-D program. I compared judicial misconduct to a docket sheet in any criminal court.

I also exposed family judges who were awarding me fictional college degrees nowhere in any record to elevate support obligations to unmanageable levels. They refused to correct those errors to the present day, making those degrees the “law of the case” and a feat which no university would dare attempt. This is just part of a shocking ordeal soon to be featured in my book, Killing Courts: A True Story of Corruption and Carnage in America’s Divorce Industry.  Justice is actually occurring in unexpected ways.

Exactly three weeks after that testimony, a process was started to take my daughters from me in retaliation. These “family” judges could not come out and admit it, so they abused judicial office instead with a series of conditions designed to discredit my public message. Only two months later, that process was complete without any finding of unfit parenting. It was a process more familiar to the Third Reich than our third branch of government.

While all this serious “corruption” was occurring to an expendable judicial whistleblower, Loretta Lynch and Preet Bharara were focusing on self-promotion, ignoring my phone calls and reports to their respective offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan. I guess the little victims were not so important as the big time crooks who could give them a name and career advancement. Let’s face it, if you’re self-absorbed and trying to grab media headlines, exposing family law corruption isn’t exactly a sexy topic that’s going to get you any real notoriety. Instead, it’s easier to avoid the elephant in the room and look the other way.

For Loretta’s part, she was later elevated to U.S. Attorney General by Barack Obama where her principal claim to fame was a “family” discussion with Bill Clinton on a tarmac of an Arizona airport. It just so happened at the time that our nation’s top prosecutor was wrapping up a confidential investigation of Hillary’s long list of crimes during her ill-fated campaign for president.

Meanwhile a scorned Preet Bharara was out slaying one corrupt state leader after the other in reaction to Governor Andrew Cuomo who prematurely dissolved his Corruption Commission. He did so when testimony began to implicate the governor himself. For reasons that have not been credibly explained, Andy got a free pass. Even when the “Buffalo Billions” funding scandal came public in 2016, implicating aids closest to the governor, Andy was again excused. It made possible a 2020 campaign for president with Preet as a likely pick for Attorney General. Does anyone else see the logic to all this?

Now we have Preet in love with himself like never before, defying his boss, President Donald Trump, who offered to continue Preet as a prosecutor when standard political procedure was to remove hold-overs loyal to prior bosses. Preet is endeavoring to disguise his overriding ambitions by claiming a rule of independence. But where was that rule when his former boss, Loretta, was on the tarmac with Bill during an investigation of our former secretary of state?

While these political predators are busy corrupting our federal offices, the people are unable to get accountability for their “inconsequential” suffering at the hands of corrupt judges and unethical lawyers, like those engaged in the witch hunt against me. They were allowed to resign by their appeals court employers for falsifying time sheets without any public charges, ethical or criminal, ever brought against them (our standard-bearers of lawyer ethics charged with a duty of preventing over-billing practices).

Imagine what would happen if you or I stole from a court of law? It was clearly a politically expedient maneuver to quell a very embarrassing scandal within New York’s high courts. Yet to this day, nothing has been done to investigate the many cases of those who testified against our third branch of government while hundreds who also came to testify were locked outside on the streets.

A highly researched report was completed by me on March 1, 2017 which exposes an epidemic of scandalous proportion in our nation’s divorce and family courts. It is being shared with people close to the White House with the hope that the “judicial swamp” can be drained of its corruption. I have received many calls for a copy of this report but because I am unfunded and bankrupted by these retributions, I am asking for donations and investor contacts.

It is a trillion dollar industry we are fighting here. Among the calls are moms and dads at wits end concerning their court ordeals. I may have prevented yet another suicide today. For this reason I am welcoming anyone who needs the kind of encouragement I can offer. Believe me, you are not alone. If you know such a person, have him or her call me direct at (315) 796-4000. I do not seek compensation or donations for emergency calls.

Testimony of Leon Koziol, J.D., before the New York Moreland Commission on Public Corruption at Pace University on September 17, 2013. Leon’s eye-opening presentation can be viewed at approximately the 2 hours, 31 minutes and 45 seconds mark:

How Serious is Judicial Misconduct in America?

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By Dr. Leon Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Judicial misconduct is the most censored, least publicized and gravest aspect of our federal, state and local governments. You can simply ignore it and move to your next on-line entertainment, but chances are it will find you especially in our nation’s domestic relations courts. So read on and share this post. It may be the most important one you will read in a long time.

The judiciary is our least accountable branch of government. Anyone who dares to reform it can expect severe retributions with no recourse. Judges enjoy absolute immunity for their reckless and even malicious acts. Judicial conduct commissions from New York to California are window dressing entities influenced by politics, typically investigating less than 10% of complaints.

So what does that mean to you? How do you know if your case is not already fixed, rigged or bought-off? You’re spending thousands, even millions of dollars in lawyer fees while your judge has already decided against you due to a bribe or political influence. Are you shocked by that, naive about the people in robes? Well here at Leon Koziol.com and Parenting Rights Institute, we have generated shocking examples of judicial and lawyer misconduct from our work all across America.

We are an up and coming “Judicial Watch” for divorce and family courts, doing the work where our oversight commissions are failing us. Currently we are soliciting investors and donors to upgrade our effectiveness. We will come into your community, home or court to monitor your case and seek accountability for any misconduct. As Director of Parenting Rights Institute with nearly 30 years of trial experience in both federal and state courts, I am dedicated to exposing corruption. It may be the only way you can secure true justice and turn things around.

Look us up at www.parentingrightsinstitute.com or call our office at (315) 380-3420. Then take a look at this shocking excerpt of misconduct from a book I have written to be published by divorce victim Tamara Sweeney entitled Jurassic Justice:

Examples of court corruption are provided throughout my work for victims nationwide. Many are quietly suppressed and “read like a docket sheet in any criminal court.” That is what I declared publicly time and again. Yet the public continues to hold judges beyond reproach. That was the reply given by lawyers to my petition to have a custody judge removed from my own case due to “political espionage” ordered of a resistant chief clerk of a family court. She sued and recovered $600,000 against him for retaliation, see Morin v Tormey, 626 F.3d 40 (2nd Cir. 2010).

Fortunately that same judge did step down because he was later removed altogether from the bench for admitting to sexual misconduct on his handicapped five year old niece: In re Bryan Hedges, 20 NY3d 677 (2013). I emphasized that outcome in testimony before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption at Pace University in 2013. Only weeks later, I was deprived access to my daughters and subjected to a report impairing my law license.

That report by an unethical ethics committee, as I called it, was issued within days of the premature dissolution of that Commission. The lawyers engaged in the witch hunt in retribution for my public criticisms were ultimately fired for falsifying their time sheets. Yet no public charges, criminal or ethical were ever pursued against them unlike the rest of us when we steal from our employers. This can be explained by the greater misconduct which might be exposed during such a prosecution, thereby undermining public trust in our judiciary. Yet these are the standard bearers of lawyer ethics charged with a duty to correct overbilling practices.

The Moreland Commission was dissolved when evidence began implicating top state leaders later convicted of federal crimes (Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver and Senate Leader Dean Skelos). One of its members was later named Chief Justice of New York’s high court. If we focus only on corruption cases involving children and families, the condition of our divorce system nationally gets really scary, much beyond any erosion of “public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary,” United States v Cossey, 632 F.3d 82 (2nd Cir. 2011).

One of the shocking cases cited to make my point, and the need for meaningful accountability, involves a New York Supreme Court Judge in Brooklyn caught on camera taking a bribe from a divorce lawyer. It was part of a scam to shift custody from a mother to an influential father. Had the feisty mother not convinced the FBI to act upon her evidence, this judge, Gerald Garson, would still be dispensing “justice.” It begs the question: how many other such judges and cases are there? What can explain Tamara’s bizarre case? We let you decide as our story continues.

The conviction of Judge Garson for federal crimes was actually not the most shocking part of his case. Due punishment was compromised by judges and lawyer colleagues supporting his early release in 2009. Now you have to ponder that for a moment. If Garson’s colleagues are still backing him after a crime which goes to the heart of our justice system, what does that say for their tolerance of corruption generally? Isn’t this where precedent is set and examples are made?

While the “Honorable” “Justice” Gerald Garson was busy generating unreported income through an abuse of judicial office, another New York Supreme Court Judge, Thomas Spargo, was busy securing a bribe against a father arguing a client case before him. At a dinner conversation, he requested $10,000 to help defray the cost of legal fees needed to defend against judicial misconduct charges pending against him at the time.

Like Judge Garson, you have to ponder that as well. Judge Spargo was already being prosecuted for judicial misconduct and resorted to more serious behavior to get out of it. He referenced this lawyer’s own divorce which might be transferred to him. The pressure was not uncomplicated. Play ball or else. I suppose the lawyer could have won his divorce for a nominal “fee” to this judge when compared to a contested case. He was placed in a real quandary, deciding ultimately to report the crime only after taking steps to avoid false claims that could cost his law license.

Chief Justice Sol Wachtler of New York’s high court was imprisoned for numerous crimes during the nineties. In his book, After the Madness, he explained that judges are made to believe that they are gods. Such deep rooted convictions do not disappear. Judge Wachtler went so far as to direct paid court staff to dig up grounds for preventing licensure of a New Jersey lawyer assisting the judge’s mistress to discover a man making extortionist and kidnapping threats involving her daughter. That elusive man turned out to be the judge himself.

Then there’s that family court judge in the state of Michigan, the “Honorable” Wade McCree, whose case defied all manner of ethics. He admitted to adulterous sex in chambers with a litigant mother while presiding over her child support case. Judge McCree was removed from the bench for all sorts of misconduct involving numerous cases only after the affair (and pregnancy) was confirmed. The father, placed on a tether for support arrears during this affair was denied recovery for the horrific misconduct by a federal appeals court on grounds of judge immunity.

These and other cases are easily found on the internet to verify a judicial corruption epidemic of undefined proportion. Most people view judges as honorable office holders committed to justice, equality and all that other good stuff we read about in high school civics classes. But behind the black robes, in the recesses of chambers and among discreet exchanges in restaurants, bars and golf courses, there is often quite another set of characteristics at play.

Bias, coercion, schemes, scams, deal-making and outright crimes are taking place which violate all manner of ethics formally placed in our judicial codes. In our nation’s domestic relations courts, such corruption is taken to the next level under a pretext of family confidentiality, thereby concealing the misconduct and protecting a trillion dollar industry built on needless conflict.

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Dr. Koziol & Associates at Supreme Court in June, 2016 to announce the filing of a case seeking accountability for parents victimized in our federal and state courts

Congressional Oversight Committee Reviewing Report For Investigation of Family Court Corruption

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Former city councilman and parent advocate, Dr. Leon Koziol, sharing war stories with U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer at Utica Boilermaker Post Race Party on July 10, 2016. Recently removed Family Judge Daniel King might take issue with this photo as evidence of a “prohibited alcohol related gesture.” True story: he made that up from a wedding toast by Leon after getting no competent evidence of unfit parenting even though a barmaid in King’s home town has the judge’s drink committed to memory with his own children nearby. This is the extreme which corruption and double standards have gone to suppress a judicial whistle blower.

Parental and civil rights advocate, Dr. Leon Koziol, has submitted a report to a Congressional Oversight Committee for an investigation of corruption in our nation’s divorce and family courts. Authority for such an investigation is found under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act (Child Support Standards Act and federal incentive funding).

Dialogue was commenced weeks ago with congressional staffers upon completion of an alarming report focused on Custody Court Dysfunction. Among other abuses, this report cited parental conflict caused by federal funding to the states based on the number and magnitude of child support orders mandated under relevant federal and state statutes.

This yields biased family judges and draconian enforcement practices. At least one British court denied extradition to the states for this reason. It was also a cause for the police murder of Walter Scott, an unarmed father shot dead five times in the back while fleeing a child support warrant at a traffic stop. Dr. Koziol attended his funeral services in South Carolina last April, predicting an escalating level of violence before national media.

And so it is today. Dallas Police Chief David Brown blamed the recent targeting and murder of five police officers on the unrealistic expectations and burdens placed on law enforcement across the country to police such things as loose dogs and domestic issues. Title IV-D and its liberal entitlement mentality are central to Chief Brown’s concerns, but he is likely unaware of the impacts due to First Amendment abuses which he also cited.

There can be no better example of such abuse than the report’s author, a judicial whistle blower whose website, http://www.leonkoziol.com, was nearly shut down by a family court judge, Daniel King. A New York Supreme Court order was obtained which led to both the removal of Judge King and his protection (gag) order. That order was caused by diverse beneficiaries of a trillion dollar court industry.

Put more bluntly, police officers, veterans and minorities are being killed to protect over billing practices of lawyers and bottom feeders in family court. This post is motivated by a report this month revealing a veteran suicide rate of 20 per day and the suicide of yet another loving dad this week who was deprived of a proper parenting relationship while being subjected to child support incarceration (Dr. Ted Fattorros).

Fellow victims, this is an epidemic caused by a calculated break-up of the American family and our moral fiber as a nation. Fathers and non-custodial mothers are being deprived of their most fundamental human rights to enjoy a distinct family structure with their own offspring. It is being deprived by a federal funding law which mandates unequal custodial titles for profit. You have to get immediately and directly involved. Keyboards in the comfort of your homes may provide therapy but they are achieving nothing.

That much is obvious by the escalating violence and human carnage we are seeing today. Dr. Koziol, one of our nation’s leading reformists has been severely targeted due to his exposures and predictions. In a pending writ before the Supreme Court, his ordeal has been depicted as “judicial waterboarding.” Now he needs our financial and personal support. An anti-corruption march is planned for Constitution Day, September 17th at Lincoln Memorial. Spread the word, join us while there is still time, and help elevate this to a million parent march so that government oppressors will finally see the light.

For more information call us at Parenting Rights Institute at (315) 380-3420.

 

After Walter Scott and Dallas Shootings, Family Court Corruption is Reaching Another Boiling Point

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Dr.Leon Koziol attending a family human rights conference at the United Nations in May, 2016 where he delivered a report which predicted escalating levels of suicide and violence as a result of family court corruption and state take-over of fundamental parental rights.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown may have said it best when describing the state of affairs among law enforcement in this country. After the targeting and murders of five Dallas police officers last week, he declared that we’re expecting too much from cops these days.

As examples he cited unleashed dogs, policing social injustices and preventing crime in neighborhoods where 70% of the families are raised by single mothers. He emphasized that First Amendment requires media to fairly report the underlying causes of our present crises.

Welcome to Leon Koziol.com, a component of secondary media attempting with little success to expose those same causes. In two reports to U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch, Dr. Leon Koziol, civil rights advocate, explained how corruption was being suppressed in divorce and family courts across America to feed a trillion dollar industry. A generic reply many months later referenced only a “letter” with no indication that anything had been reviewed.

See Dr. Koziol’s blog post and most recent report to U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch dated June 14, 2015 that was ignored by her office – (Click Here)

The June 12, 2015 report predicting an overload of the system leading to senseless attacks upon law enforcement personnel can be downloaded from Scribd (Click Here)

In those reports, Dr. Koziol also predicted that family court victims were reaching a boiling point. It was based, in part, on an unarmed father, Walter Scott, who was shot dead in the back on April 4, 2015 not simply because he was African-American but because he was fleeing a child support warrant. Both white and black traffic cops were charged. Already all is forgotten.

The whole incident with a $3 million city settlement could have been avoided if the laws were geared to equal parenting. Instead Lawyer  greed and lucrative conflict caused by an antiquated custody system remain the “law” in conflict with natural rights of parents. One parent households are the product of this one parent (custody)  system.

If you are a regular follower of this site, you know how the domestic and disciplinary courts of New York have exploited Leon’s children and law license to suppress the First Amendment. A gag order on this site was set aside recently after a mandamus show cause order was signed in New York Supreme Court against Family Judge Daniel King. The offender then disqualified himself after all the damage was done.

Enter replacement Judge James Eby, newly seated in Oswego Family Court, who merely took over where Dan King left off, continuing a shocking level of systemic bias for all of the filings and reform efforts here over a ten year period. His decision of July 12, 2016 was already written prior to argument which he mandated to occur that day in capital letters by PERSONAL APPEARANCES.

This was all good for child lawyer William Koslosky who simply billed the taxpayers for his undeserved fees. But it required the parents to make four hour round trips to attend already decided proceedings instead of teleconferences utilized by closer judges in the past. Obviously this was pure retaliation for the successful removal of fellow Judge King and his gag order. Judge Eby previously denied Fathers Day to Dr. Koziol and was visibly angered that it was procured anyway without his permission and without incident.

In his edict, Eby overlooked a prior removal of incompetent child lawyer William Koslosky and never even mentioned a disqualification motion or its compelling grounds for his own removal. This is how they avoid accountability on the record while abusing judicial office to suppress exposure of gross misconduct. Yes folks, once again you can’t make this stuff up.

Dr. Koziol has never been charged with  unfit parenting or any crime unlike others who receive unrestricted parenting time. Judge Eby simply orchestrated an outcome which will leave his public critic forever without any child contact, all because a gold digging mother, Kelly Hawse-Koziol, decided to replace the real father with an unfit, childless millionaire named Joseph Flihan. She committed perjury and fraud in the process, i.e. her testimony that e-mail notice of child relocation was successful with “gmai.com” (“l” character missing).

The corruption here is out of control and it requires elevated public response. The injustices will not be swept away but incur greater exposure and consequences instead. Such corruption has been ratified through inaction of our federal courts and state judicial commissions. When the corruption gets this bad, victims take matters into their own hands. Welcome Dallas Police Chief to our justice system on yet another neglected front.