Fathers Encouraged to Join Protest at Super Bowl

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Three time Super Bowl winner Tim McKyer of the San Francisco 49ers (pictured above speaking at a Washington, DC Parenting Rally) was a keynote speaker at our Parent Convention held at the Hotel Utica in April, 2011

By Administrator

Okay so you’re outraged by the injustices of divorce or family court, you may be a loving dad forced out of your children’s lives, a victim of corruption or false charges, maybe you’ve even “done time” in a “child support” debtors’ prison reserved these days for male parents only. The continuing erosion of the most basic rights historically protected by our men and fathers in uniform has reached shocking dimensions.

Well now is your chance to do something about it. Dr. Koziol has been in San Francisco advocating for parental equality and court reform. The group he has been promoting has set up a website for you to consult for purposes of joining a rally for court justice. Details about that rally can be found at www.YourParentalRights.com. If you can’t make it, call a friend near San Francisco to join the event outside the stadium in Santa Clara this Sunday.

Followers of Leon Koziol.com, Parenting Rights Institute and National League of Fathers, Inc. are aware of Leon’s sacrifices and commitment to justice in these courts. In April, 2011 we sponsored a parental rights convention in upstate New York. The featured speaker was three time Super Bowl winner Tim McKyer of the San Francisco 49ers. Family advocates from numerous states attended to give testimony ultimately submitted in a report to the U.S. Justice Department.

Unfortunately divorce and family courts have become a trillion dollar industry. Without proper financing, the reform movement continues to get crushed by high powered lobbyists, government suppression and domestic bar associations. This site has repeatedly featured the 2013 testimony of Dr. Koziol before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption at Pace University which exposed alarming judge misconduct.

This Commission was created by the governor to root out growing corruption but it was prematurely dissolved when evidence began implicating the governor himself, at the time “substantially” delinquent in his own child support obligations according to the New York Post. Fortunately an aggressive federal prosecutor, Preet Bharara, secured Commission files resulting in the convictions of top leaders of New York’s Legislature.

But it was not nearly enough considering all the corruption which persists there. On a positive note, after the Moreland fiasco, our FBI began posting signs along New York’s highways asking victims to report corruption of our public servants, including family judges. Here at Leon Koziol.com, we will challenge the prestigious law enforcement agency to act on our upcoming report. It will be published here regardless of a recent gag order by family judge Daniel King of Lowville which is being challenged in a higher court.

Our Super Bowl series this past week has generated calls from around the country regarding court corruption in other states. Momentum is building. Now is your chance to make a difference with your own sign or simply joining the rally this Sunday. Unless you make noise, the violators will be ignored and the injustices to our families and children will continue. Do not expect others to make that noise for you. You can also give us your confidential tips which we may research and include in our report. However it must also be reiterated that we are not a public agency. We rely on your donations.

Leon is currently on a book publishing assignment on the West Coast but you may contact us at our office at (315) 380-3420, Dr. Koziol directly at (315) 796-4000 or by e-mail at leonkoziol@ParentingRightsInstitute.com.

See you at the Super Bowl!

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Public Corruption Commission: Was Free Speech Suppressed Again at Taxpayer Expense for Political Gain?


When the Governor of New York created the Commission on Public Corruption last year, there was much talk about his eventual candidacy for president. Then Hillary came along to upstage his aspirations and the Commission was suddenly disbanded with nothing to show for its year-long deliberations at taxpayer expense. Indeed a “dream team” of public officials and law enforcement was assembled in the wake of federal indictments lodged against members of the state Legislature and their co-conspirators. The Governor insisted that the crisis required a broad based investigation to reform the way the state does business in Albany.

At the first public hearing of this Commission on Constitution Day, September 17, 2013, hundreds of speakers showed up for what would be a closed session. A long line of people was left outside waiting for hours, deprived access to the Pace University public forum. Only 17 members of the public were allowed to present testimony. Among them was Leon Koziol who spent more than 23 years litigating civil rights cases in federal and state courts. His eye-opening presentation can be viewed at approximately the 2 hours, 31 minutes and 45 seconds mark (Click Here). A very special thank you to Elena Sassower from the Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc., for providing us with this valuable link.

Preet Bharara, the federal prosecutor who brought many of the indictments, was one of the elite speakers who opened the session. He later questioned the Governor’s sudden decision to disband this Commission, a body whose legitimacy was challenged in court because its unilateral creation was not properly authorized. The people were ultimately duped into believing that meaningful reform was actually going to occur. Instead, the Commission’s scope was quickly limited to select matter after this hearing and the public was disregarded in their concerns. Before its work could be completed, even the chairwoman resigned to run a campaign for congress. In the end, nothing came of this Commission and the taxpayers were left with a giant bill.

As you go through the testimony bravely asserted by the people’s “Group of 17,” one cannot help but sympathize with the emotions and frustrations which these speakers demonstrated. We live in a society today in which an elite class of people is taking control, justice is being denied on an escalating scale, and violence is consequently emerging all across this country. It is high time that “We the People” take an increasing role in our joint destinies, support the reformists made subject to severe retributions, and show a real commitment to protect and preserve a truly American form of government under our Constitution.