Dr. Mark Roseman is a multi-state, certified family mediator, specializing in high conflict divorce and parental alienation. He writes editorial commentary for the Huffington Post and is a contributing writer for 400 newspapers of the Knight Ridder Tribune Syndicate. Mark is also the founder of the Toby Center for Family Transitions Inc, in South Florida. His program centers around the needs of families when parents choose to separate, whether they are single, separated, just divorcing or never married. That program is a national model for serving the divorcing population and their children. He has been a guest speaker at events nationwide.
Kenya N. Rahmaan
Kenya N. Rahmaan is the author of The Child Support Hustle and founder of The Reform Child Support NOW Movement. Kenya specializes in child support guidelines and regulations. She is a disabled veteran of the United States Army, having earned both a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Business Administration from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. She is on the Board of Advisors of the documentary “Erasing Family” and co-host on The Child Support Hustle radio show. She has authored numerous writings and articles on the subject of child support abuses while presenting legislators with proposals for overdue reforms.
Dr. Anthony Pappas
Dr. Anthony Pappas is a professor of economics and finance at St. John’s University in New York City. Among his many credentials is a PhD from Yale University and a Master’s degree from MIT. In 2018, he was the Republican endorsed candidate for Congress in New York’s 14th District against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. A victim of a high conflict divorce spanning more than fourteen years, attorney’s fees on both sides of the ongoing litigation exceeds $2 million without any child issue. During this period, Tony joined our reform movement agitating for an end to judicial immunity and court corruption. In retaliation he was subjected to a gag order, overbroad restraint on assets, and a 20-year protection order with no support or even a request by the ex-spouse. The restraint was exploited to seize the funds from his federal campaign account in violation of Federal Election Law. Both federal and state courts denied relief and his case is now before the United States Supreme Court under Docket No. 18-1212.
Attorney Lawrence DeMarco
Attorney Lawrence DeMarco is a partner in the law firm of DeMarco & DeMarco, P.C. a comprehensive workers’ compensation and litigation practice in the greater Philadelphia area. Attorney DeMarco graduated from Dickinson College Cum Laude in 1990 and was a recipient of the Charles Mortimer Griffin Award. Larry received his law degree from Villanova University and an LLM degree in Trial Advocacy from Temple University. In recent years, he has taken an interest in extending assistance to pro se litigants due to a passion for helping people. He and the next speaker are currently working together toward achieving that goal. Larry is sponsoring a documentary regarding our Parent March on Washington and will be covering all events in the Capital with hotel interviews and staged scenes in Congress during our May 2nd Lobby Day.
Dr. Leon Koziol
Dr. Leon Koziol practiced law in federal and state courts of New York for more than 23 years. He obtained a Bachelor degree from the State University of New York and a Juris Doctor degree from Northern Illinois University. He is a former city councilman, school board attorney, city corporation counsel and trial lawyer for civil rights victims. A 2005 candidate for Congress, Leon was featured on 60 Minutes and obtained a New York Supreme Court ruling which invalidated a billion dollar casino compact. In 2010, he took a stand against his profession for the harm it is bringing to families. The retributions caused him to lose his law practice and all contact with his daughters. Four months ago, he conceived this Parent March on Washington.
A question and answer session will follow when speakers are finished. A second speaking engagement will be open to all at Area 10 behind the U.S. Capitol at the conclusion of our March on Friday, May 3, 2019. It will be open to all who would like to share their ordeals.
Like everything else that’s coming together so nicely for our Parent March on Washington, the case summaries compiled by Melissa Antio of Michigan are now being bound in a 34-page lobby addendum I’ve titled “The Melissa Report.” I just can’t get over that brainstorm which places our entire 3-day event on a par with the Mueller Report that will be dominating Congress as I predicted three months ago. Okay, it’s not 300 plus pages, but who really wants to read all that political nonsense. Aren’t we all tired of these costly politics?
The tide can change dramatically with the simple assertion of a first name that tells Congress it’s time to be thinking of us, your constituents. So I have to thank Melissa’s own mom and dad for giving her that first name for such an opportune time and the mind to put together such fine stories. I edited and opened the report with our March and its purpose but the last 30 pages are unedited simply because it adds that critical personal touch to our mission.
I am referring all followers here to an earlier post to rally everyone to our cause, an edited segment of the movie, The Patriot, which I worked hard on. You really need to check it out. See you on tonight’s final conference call at 7 pm EST. Then, let the party begin!
Nothing like this has ever happened before in our nation’s capital. The “Family of America” will be marching down an entire lane of Pennsylvania Avenue, the most prominent thoroughfare in all of America, from the White House to the halls of Congress this Friday, May 3, 2019.
They will be demanding a federal investigation of human rights violations in our nation’s divorce and family courts. It is a three day event beginning this Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Click here for itinerary, purpose and related details.
It was a bear of a process but I was able to make this happen. Now YOU have to make it happen by calling your friends and neighbors to make the trip to the actual March which begins assembling at Noon on Friday, May 3, 2019 at Lafayette Square Park located across from the entry way to the White House.
You should imagine yourself making history as you pass by the stately grounds and greatest edifices of the free world. This your property, and for one day at least, our nation’s capital belongs to the moms and dads which made all this possible.
All four jurisdictions that I have had to deal with along this parade march have been gracious and efficient. There were many conditions of the several march permits which had to be satisfied, most notably those related to security. This includes the Commander of March Permits at the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, Secret Service, Homeland Security Bureau, National Park Service and Capitol Park Police.
I have appointed marshals for the parade consisting of two divisions, Michael Paladino, a U.S. Marine veteran and Jamie Brown, a Super Bowl winner of the Denver Broncos football team. Mr. Paladiono quickly re-enlisted for service after the 9-11 attacks, and during training exercises he was hit by a vehicle from behind. He survived but spent the next two years in a wheel chair. He lived to experience this day.
Jamie has been active in the head injury litigation against the National Football League and he has been a victim of PTSD arising from his mistreatment there and in Family Court. I met him after a National Whistleblower Summit in Washington two years ago.
Typically he is approached for autographs and you may want to get one between Noon and 1pm when we assemble for the Friday March. There may be other famous people present as this grows but I cannot guarantee anything.
On tonight’s nationwide conference call, I will be doing a state-by-state roll call of March participants. I want to get a sense of our national presence for the March. I am also working feverishly to wrap up the March addendum to our lobby packets which will be distributed to all attendees at our May 1, 2019 orientation event at the Congressional Ballroom, 550 C Street SW, Washington D.C. (a few blocks below the U.S. Capitol.
This addendum features the ordeals submitted to me and Melissa Antio of Michigan over the past two months. I was able to get my friend (print shop owner) to grant yet one more day for its production to include some submissions received as late as this morning (well beyond our deadline). That means I will probably be working well into the night on this project alone.
People continue to call in to announce their attendance. Our Speakers List for Lobby Day, May 2, 2019, at 7 pm in the same ballroom still awaits one more reply. Dr. Mark Roseman is among those who have been confirmed. That list will probably not be publicized on this site until late tonight or tomorrow.
As always, our daily call number at 7 pm EST tonight is (605) 313- 4165; Access code is 763491 when prompted. This number will remain as our conversation forum throughout this three-day event beginning with our American Parent Caravan leaving Liberty State Park, Jersey City, and ending with our Candle Light Vigil in front of the U.S. Capitol (facing the Washington Monument) on the evening of May 3, 2019 (after our March ends).
Call the media, spread the word and make your donations on this site. This will be a grand affair but a costly one as well. Now you have to get the numbers to show up. I can’t wait to meet all of you finally in person.
Here is today’s update on our Parent March on Washington set for next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. The March itself will begin at 1 pm on the last day, Friday, May 3, 2019 on the north side of the White House (Lafayette Square Park). Dr. Mark Roseman was confirmed today as one of our guest speakers at the Congressional Ballroom; Holiday Inn Capitol Hotel and Conference Center; 550 C Street SW, Washington D.C.
A final speakers list will be published on this site on Monday, April 29. On that day during our 7 pm EST nationwide conference call, we will give you updates and a roll-call of March participants from all 50 states. I am asking everyone to get people on the call from all states to make this possible.
We have also reinstated our case summaries to our Lobby Packets for distribution to all members of Congress on Lobby Day, May 2nd. They will be compiled into an addendum report entitled “Parent March on Washington.” This was made possible by a last ditch effort between Melissa Antio, myself and my printer after last night’s call which featured a fine presentation by Dr. Anthony Pappas, Professor of Economics at St. Johns University. He will be one of our featured speakers next Thursday.
Tonight is an open dialogue night at 7 pm EST. I will not be on the call. This is your chance to network for rides and lodging. Tomorrow (Sunday) at 7 pm, I will feature our third special guest of the week, Attorney Susan Settenbrino, a former New York City prosecutor. She was on our call this past Monday and she sponsored a court corruption workshop at Dr. Joseph Sorge’s Divorce Corp, Family Law Reform Conference in Washington D.C. in 2014. I also spoke at that conference and did a video documentary sponsored by Dr. Sorge in 2015. You can find it on-line by typing my name and Divorce Corp. That interview contains a major part of our message at this March.
Susan comes armed with fascinating information and statistics regarding court corruption and she even wrote a book on the subject. So don’t miss an opportunity to ask her questions at the conclusion of her presentation. We’re calling it:
As we get closer to our Parent March on Washington next Friday, we continue to feature guests on our daily nationwide conference calls. Some will also be featured at our Speakers Event on the eve of the March at the Congressional Ballroom of the Holiday Inn Capitol Hotel and Conference Center, 550 C Street SW. Washington D.C. Click here to learn about our entire 3-day affair designed to obtain a federal investigation of corruption in our nation’s divorce and family courts.
Tonight’s guest is St. Johns University Professor Anthony Pappas. A victim of horrific abuses in the Nassau County divorce system of New York, he will outline how a series of judges systematically harmed his career, lifelong reputation and family in retaliation for his whistleblower activities and reform efforts.
Dr. Pappas has a PhD from Yale University and a Master degree from MIT among many other credentials. In 2018, he was the Republican endorsed candidate for Congress against Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. He will be speaking and lobbying with us at our Lobby Day on May 2nd in Congress and we expect that he will be able to open doors for us there.
On other matters, we now have a head parade marshal for our March beginning at the White House at 1 pm next Friday. He is a Marine veteran familiar with Washington. Another one of our Marshals is expected to join as well. He is a Super Bowl winner who resides in Washington.
Organizer Kim Durkee remains hospitalized and, unlike yesterday, she was unable to converse with me today on the telephone. Her husband contacted me and reported that both he and she will be unable to attend our events. She was rushed to the hospital during our Wednesday conference call. We therefore need others to step up to the plate and assist with event set-ups, etc.
Tomorrow’s conference call will be open to anyone who wants to network for rides, promotions of our event, etc. I will not be on that call. However, on Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the same 7 pm EST, and same call number and code, we will feature:
“An Evening with Susan Settenbrino”
Susan is a former New York prosecutor who was targeted as I was for her exposure of court corruption. She conducted a workshop at the 2014 Divorce Corp Family Law Reform Conference in Washington D.C. She is an avid supporter of our March and is armed with a treasure trove of information to show how corruption is protected in these courts. You will not want to miss it.
On Monday we have our nationwide roll call of March participants. Get on the phones and get everyone to call in. We hope to have every state represented.
As always, the Call number is (605) 313-4165. Access Code when prompted is: 763491.
There is too much to report today regarding our three-day event entitled Parent March on Washington, May 1-3. You need to get on our daily conference calls. A big one is tonight at 7 pm EST. As usual, call (605) 313-4165. Access code 763491.
The above 4 by 8 foot banners will head two divisions of participants from the White House down Pennsylvania Avenue to the Capitol and Supreme Court, a march which permit agents advise will take only 40-45 minutes led by a police escort. This event is growing by the hour and establishes a turning point in how parents are treated in America’s divorce and family courts.
We should not take second class citizen status to non-citizens committing crimes at the borders to receive all our free services while the same government is bankrupting us in these courts to pay for such services. This has gotten beyond insane and its time for sane parents to straighten it out. But this event is costly. We need both your support and donations on this site, http://www.leonkoziol.com.
The above conference call number and this website will remain the source of information until the last event, our Candle Light Vigil at Area One in front of the U.S. Capitol beginning at 7 pm on that last day, Friday, May 3, 2019.
The first day of our Parent March on Washington is next Wednesday beginning with the American Parent Caravan leaving Liberty State Park in Jersey City at 10 am and concluding at the Washington Beltway.
There will be a “Meet and Greet” at 5 pm the same day at the 21st Amendment Lounge at the Holiday Inn Capitol, 550 C Street SW near the Capitol Building. An orientation session will follow at 7pm that evening in the same hotel at the Congressional Ballroom down the hallway from the Lounge. There we will pass out 550 lobby packets for delivery to every office in Congress.
Lobby Day is next on Thursday, May 2nd, 10 am to 4 pm at the Senate and House office buildings where we will deliver those lobby packets with many participants meeting with their representatives.
At 7 pm that night, we will feature Guest Speakers in law, politics, education and psychology at the same Congressional Ballroom of the Holiday Inn Capitol, 550 C Street, only a few blocks below the Capitol and House office buildings. We will also “rally the troops” for our March the next day.
On Friday, May 3, 2019, our main event, the Parent March on Washington begins assembling at Lafayette Square Park on the north side of the White House at Noon. The March will start at 1 pm and proceed along Pennsylvania Avenue, past the FBI Headquarters and Justice Department, to the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court concluding across the street behind the Capitol.
At Area 10 at that location (East side of the Capitol across from Supreme Court), a rally will occur with an open, outdoor speaking event. All people who wish to present their ordeals and requests to the public and media will be heard. A candle light vigil is planned for 7:30 pm at Area One on the opposite (front) east side of the Capitol facing the Washington Monument.
A movie documentary of the entire 3-day event is being sponsored by a Philadelphia area attorney, Lawrence DeMarco. He will be the guest speaker on our nationwide conference call tonight at 7 pm EST. Get in on the excitement. Attorney DeMarco will explain the coverage and details. You are welcome to ask questions.
Only those who attend the event will be included in this documentary to be published and distributed to members of Congress at a later date when completed. We had another stimulating conference call last night for the sole purpose of hearing the ordeals of victims.
Conference call number and access code are the same and will be during the entire three day affair in case you want to get in on all the excitement. We will be conversing among vehicles throughout our four hour trip to Washington from Liberty State Park. Call number again is: (605) 313-4165. Access code when prompted is 763491.
We were very accommodating to participants last night but remain committed to parent child separations and court corruption. We cannot allow participants to go beyond that scope to vent beliefs and issues outside that scope. You must mute your phones if you care to participate. It interferes and is disrespectful of the guest speaker and fellow participants. No vulgarity or personal attacks will be tolerated.