By Dr. Leon Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
With the Coronavirus pandemic in full swing across the states, and protesters around the country making a stand against extreme controls over our citizenry, another pandemic is coming when our nation’s divorce and family courts re-open as soon as next month.
But when that day comes, we cannot allow the former abusive routines to destroy families as they have been for decades. Brutal money grubbing tactics like imputed income and Title IV-D funds from the federal government will come under great scrutiny.
Parents alienated from their children during lock-down will be more furious than ever, unemployed support debtors will have a national crisis as their unassailable defense to non-payment, and family courts as we have come to know it has changed forever.
So take heart, justice is coming. We should already be planning a nationwide march in our communities to make sure that family court business changes for the better. Give us your input. Join our conference calls. It’s free and open to the public, an opportunity to do something real positive from your sheltered locations.
So let’s get to it. Contact fellow victims and help us form a powerful parent union in support of meaningful reforms. Call tonight, Thursday, May 8th. 7pm ET at (605) 313-4427. Access code when prompted is 583326. Every Monday and Thursday until the crisis subsides. You can also call me at our office at (315) 380-3420 or email@example.com.
By Dr. Leon Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
It was exactly a year ago when a a large group of moms and dads made a bold two-mile march down Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House to Capitol Hill. It occurred on May 3, 2019 under police escort. We made our grievances known that day in prominent fashion without any incident.
Law enforcement agencies that granted our four permits for the march, and rallies at the White House, Supreme Court and Capitol were ready to issue them again for this year’s event, but the Covid-19 Pandemic derailed it.
Nevertheless the current crisis may have a silver lining in the way of a stronger case for overdue reforms to the vast corruption that is occurring in our nation’s divorce and family courts.
This is the subject of our bi-weekly phone conferences, Mondays (tomorrow) and Thursdays at 7pm ET. It is free, informative and open to all. Just call in at (605) 313-4427; access code 583326. We are preparing a report and petitions to take our 3-day event in Washington to the next level.
There is severe censorship of our movement due to the gold mine that we are threatening in these courts. But if we don’t take action now, the “New Normal” will be more abnormal than ever before as hungry lawyers orchestrate more needless conflict to make up for lost profits.
You can sit idle at home and complain, or you can take profound action with fellow victims while time allows. In a few months it may be too late to obtain the vital changes to this corrupt system.
So I leave you with fond memories of the last day of our 3-day Parent March last year and invite you to get a taste of the ordeal I endured as a whistleblower in an excerpt from my court filing this past week:
Background: Whistleblower Retaliation Led to the Persecution of an Innocent Man
As will be made abundantly clear, this is an extraordinary case that cannot be pigeon-holed into any generic format. Strict adherence will only result in a disjointed submission that begs for more clarity down the road…
Emphasis must be made at the outset that the complex nature of my ordeal was a predictable outcome of an ill-conceived witch hunt intended to punish a whistle blower. I should not be faulted or required to make sense of that outcome.
I should not be required to explain why a record 40 trial level jurists were removed from my originally uncontested divorce over a 14-year period, why a co-parenting agreement was upended by a clearly unethical divorce lawyer (and member of the originating ethics committee) resulting in the permanent alienation of my precious daughters without any report of neglect or abuse.
I should not have to explain why my parenting time was illicitly suspended by a spiteful family judge without any competent proof of unfit behavior other than such findings as a “prohibited alcohol related gesture” (wedding toast), and how a gag order on my website was removed after a supreme court order was signed against that judge in 2016.
Such retributions, concealed in multiple tribunals, are not limited to trial judges. Hence I should not be faulted for the rare instance of an entire appellate department disqualifying itself on April 28, 2010 from this case after denying my November 27, 2009 motion for the same relief “without prejudice” after 23 unblemished years of practice.
I cannot be expected to show remorse for such outcomes or a high regard for our courts when that retaliation was based on a support order devoid of a recusal hearing promised on the record by a previously disqualified trial judge.
To the contrary, I deserve a better explanation why my paramount rights under the federal constitution have never been heard, let alone mentioned, in any disposition of this unduly protracted, 12-year case, why all discovery requests designed to yield truth and justice have been consistently denied, and why lawyers who have committed serious crimes and misappropriated hundreds of thousands of dollars in client money have not lost a single day of licensure.
Indeed, my first-assigned support magistrate was suspended for a mere six months for stealing over $7,000 in client money. Resort to federal court was ultimately terminated by judge created deference policies that entrust federal claims to this state court and others to no avail.
To detract from an unconstitutional agenda, members of the bench and bar have laid blame on me, depicting arguments as rambling, vitriolic, or incomprehensible (despite exact understanding) in a chasmic departure from my pre-retaliation filings over a two decade period of litigation.
Such terms plucked from a thesaurus have the calculated effect of censoring speech and accountability through defamation. Our society relies on parallel First Amendment rights of free press to expose government corruption.
But an aura surrounding our judicial branch yields an undeserved immunity which empowered it here to persecute an innocent man to his demise…
To get involved in our joint crusade for justice, call our office at (315) 380-3420 or e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WE ARE BEING CENSORED, SO MAKE THIS POST VIRAL!
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 email@example.com.
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).