Family Activists to Rally for Father Equality at Super Bowl

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Dr. Koziol was in San Francisco this week advocating for parental rights and equality. He is on the road again after meeting with clergy leaders in Manhattan in a mission to reverse corruption in divorce and family courts.

As followers of Leon Koziol.com know, we have focused much of our efforts on the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption which resulted in the criminal convictions of top legislative leaders in New York. Similar crimes are occurring all across the country.

Leon was invited to give testimony before the Commission at Pace University. However unlike federal prosecutor Preet Bharara who also testified, Leon focused on corruption in our third branch of government. It resulted in the most barbaric of retributions including deprivation of child access and reports containing excerpts of his testimony in opposition to his reinstatement to the practice of law.

On the bright side, such courageous testimony has now prompted the FBI to post highway billboards in New York asking the public to report public corruption to its agency. We will continue to expose court corruption to all entities which are properly fulfilling their important duties until justice for all is achieved. We will be publishing a startling post on that soon.

Crucial to Dr. Koziol’s travel mission is the promotion of public events to bring father equality on the radar of civil rights issues in the presidential race. Candidates like Bernie Sanders are railing over women’s issues in Iowa at the expense of men voters. His speeches range from traditional roles which must be forever eliminated from our national psyche to the statistic of 79 cents of every dollar in women to men earnings ratios in the workplace.

Nowhere in his ramblings are the traditional roles of men and women in family court mentioned or the 85% ratio of men to women child support obligors according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Such self serving speeches are reaching nauseating levels of overt discrimination on a national scale.

On another bright side to our efforts is a group in California known as Children’s Pulse, led by such activists as Shiv Paletti and Ralph Wilson. They are preparing to make a public stand for father equality at the Super Bowl next week. They reached out to Leon while he was in San Francisco and he is enthusiastically supporting their event. Accordingly we urge all our followers to give their support and participation as well.

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