On behalf of the administrative staff and our many supporters here at LeonKoziol.Com, we are deeply saddened to learn that Leon Koziol’s mother had recently passed. We extend both our prayers and heartfelt condolences to Leon and Heather, his precious daughters as well as the rest of his family during this difficult time.
For all you moms affected by our nation’s divorce and Family Courts, it is important to convince you that we are helping both moms and dads in this reform movement. As you may guess, we have detractors endeavoring to suppress our joint efforts. Here is one e-mail received today. Please help our cause with donations, references and purchasers of this Court Program. It’s proving very successful as this victim explains:
——– Original Message ——–
Subject: Judge Walsh Hood
Date: Wed, February 27, 2013 10:14 am
Not sure if you remember me, but you were kind enough to answer your phone back in September to discuss Walsh Hood. I just returned from a hearing with Hood and my ex-husband’s attorney and they tried to bowl over me as a pro se litigant. I could not believe what she was trying to do so I got right in her face and told her I wanted an immediate adjournment and that I was going to appeal any decision that she makes and that I am taking this case to the judicial review board. She immediately backed down. And I won my argument.
So you know, I blatantly told her that she did not allow me to speak or answer her questions as a pro se litigant and that her entire court as well as the Plaintiff have been unfair to me. The other attorney would not answer any of my calls or emails for two months and I called him out on the NY Code of Conduct for Attorneys regarding communications with and treatment of pro se litigants. The judge was trying to amend my divorce decree without proper motions filed etc. I told her that she could not do that without the proper motions and arguments. I also told her that I intended to request a copy of the transcripts from my meeting with her to prove that she was violating my rights.
At the end, she was nice as can be and the other side got nothing and I got a 53 day extension on the issue of the repairs and sale of my house.
Thanks so much for your assistance. I don’t think this judge will try to violate my rights again.
Oh, by the way, my client got a $42.8 mil award from Nationwide Insurance due to my work and testimony. I am in the process of working on a multi-billion dollar class action suit and have a PR campaign about to be launched. This business is fun.
Hope all is well with you and that you are successful in your current endeavors.
Say It Ain’t So! Top Gun Crashes and Burns! Where was his wing man when the high profile divorce starring Tom Cruise went public? Where were all the good parents rallying to his side when our hero from Top Gun crashed and burned? Where were the real activists when it came time to engage the enemy in yet another surprise attack upon the child? Maverick’s civil rights were shot down like so many other parents victimized by the divorce industry. In fact, it was a dogfight that ended before it even began with the barbaric laws still on the books in New York. Tom had no chance given the ongoing gender prejudice and “custodial institution of childrearing” which routinely turns loving fathers into subclass “visitors” and servants in their children’s lives.
Unfortunately we have to blame each other for this humiliating defeat and the tabloid fodder which followed. America is set up constitutionally to be governed by the people. But the people continue to complain and engage in keyboard battles from the comfort of their homes, pontificating to no one who cares. Until a major public protest occurs in our nation’s capital, parents across America will continue to be abused. Few concerned citizens came to our conventions and rallies in New York, D.C. and elsewhere over the years, and virtually everyone with endless excuses ignored the donate button on this site as an alternative. The $1,100 raised altogether will not even pay for the cost of maintaining it, let alone the hundreds of thousands of dollars in valued time providing services.
In addition to these disasters, as many of you followers already know, the volunteer sponsor of this site (www.leonkoziol.com) has experienced severe retributions in his professional career as a consequence of the profound stands, public criticisms and court actions filed for the purpose of achieving long overdue reform. A recent federal action, Koziol v Peters, in the Northern District of New York, explains this retribution from a startling First Amendment standpoint. And so, we are reluctantly forced to suspend our efforts indefinitely. The D.C. rally set for September 17th (Constitution Day) has received little assistance, and we have nothing left to sacrifice. If anyone would like to take up the organizing effort for this crucial event, feel free to contact us.
That said, we leave you with the following quote from Teddy Roosevelt which may best describe all of the suffering endured by civil rights advocate, Leon Koziol, J.D. in this worthy cause. He valiantly served the quest to take back our children from the state and its lawyers who prostitute them so often for the sake of jobs, fees and federal revenues (the “custodial institution of childrearing”):
“The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena… who strives valiantly, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in worthy causes, who, at best, knows the triumph of high achievement and who, at worst, if he fails, fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”
CHILDREN NEED BOTH PARENTS IN THEIR LIVES
In less than 24 hours since first announcing the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington, D.C., a gentleman from that area has contacted us and offered to become a Regional Coordinator for this major event. In addition, one of our supporters here at www.leonkoziol.com, a female teacher and victim of abusive custody and support laws, has offered to host a live video remote broadcast of the rally in order for her classroom students to experience the importance of this particular day. Furthermore, she brought to our attention, an article that references the passage of a 2004 law, stating that any schools receiving federal funds, including universities, are required to show students a program on the Constitution, though it does not specify a particular one. In her opinion, she believes, the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington which takes place on Constitution Day; the day commemorating the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, “provides as a tremendous interactive learning opportunity to comply with the law and better educate our nation’s youth regarding the importance of this valuable document.”
Here is how you can help become a Regional Coordinator: Duties consist of promoting the rally, organizing individuals and groups to attend, fundraising, and contacting media. This would involve making personal telephone calls and distributing flyers/news releases. If you’re interested, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Dr. Leon Koziol at (315) 796-4000.
Let’s help make the 9/17 Rally of Parents in Washington a success. Please help support reform efforts today!
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The volunteer staff of Leon Koziol.Com wishes to extend our heartfelt sympathies to the family of Thomas J. Ball as we were just informed that he took his own life in front of a family court building in New England.
Here is a sad story that came to our attention by one of our many nationwide followers: http://freekeene.com/2011/06/16/thomas-james-ball-self-immolated-in-protest-of-the-justice-system/
We would encourage anyone reading this blog who may be in contact with the family to share Civil Rights Advocate Leon Koziol, J.D.’s “National Father’s Day Message” found at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/57694359/National-Father-s-Day-Message-Complaint . It’s important the family know that Mr. Koziol is working diligently within the system to secure long overdue reform in domestic relations matters given the related escalation of violence. A more ominous sign may exist here in our own small community in Upstate, NY, where a number of of law enforcement officers were victimized both on duty and off duty by domestic relations abuses.
According to research approximately 330 people commit suicide monthly in the U.S. in response to the way family courts and CPS handle divorce, domestic violence and child support. The study points out that the suicide rate for divorced men is 9.94 times higher than the suicide rate for divorced women.
 Augustine J. Kposowa, “Marital Status and suicide in National Longitudinal Mortality Study”, Journal of Epideiology and Community Health, Vol. 54, April 2000, p. 256.
Happy Father’s Day!
Father’s Day in the United States is on the third Sunday of June. It celebrates the contribution that fathers and father figures make for their children’s lives. Its origins may lie in a memorial service held for a large group of men, many of them fathers, who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah, West Virginia in 1907.
What do people do?
Father’s Day is an occasion to mark and celebrate the contribution that your own father has made to your life. Many people send or give cards or gifts to their fathers. Common Father’s Day gifts include sports items or clothing, electronic gadgets, outdoor cooking supplies and tools for household maintenance. Father’s Day is a relatively modern holiday so different families have a range of traditions. These can range from a simple phone call or greetings card to large parties honoring all of the ‘father’ figures in a particular extended family. Father figures can include fathers, step-fathers, father-in-laws, grandfathers and great-grandfathers and even other male relatives. In the days and weeks before Father’s Day, many schools and Sunday schools help their pupils to prepare a handmade card or small gift for their fathers.
Father’s Day is not a federal holiday. Organizations, businesses and stores are open or closed, just as they are on any other Sunday in the year. Public transit systems run to their normal Sunday schedules. Restaurants may be busier than usual, as some people take their fathers out for a treat.
Background and symbols
There are a range of events, which may have inspired the idea of Father’s Day. One of these was the start of the Mother’s Day tradition in the first decade of the 20th century. Another was a memorial service held in 1908 for a large group of men, many of them fathers, who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah, West Virginia in December 1907.
A woman called Sonora Smart Dodd was an influential figure in the establishment of Father’s Day. Her father raised six children by himself after the death of their mother. This was uncommon at that time, as many widowers placed their children in the care of others or quickly married again.
Sonora was inspired by the work of Anna Jarvis, who had pushed for Mother’s Day celebrations. Sonora felt that her father deserved recognition for what he had done. The first time Father’s Day was held in June was in 1910. Father’s Day was officially recognized as a holiday in 1972 by President Nixon.
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February 16, 2011
When it comes to attitudes about the sweeping changes in the structure of the family, the American public is split — not into two camps, but three. About a third of the public generally accepts the changes; a third is tolerant but skeptical; and a third considers them bad for society, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
This finding emerges from an analysis of a national survey of 2,691 adults conducted by the Pew Research Center from Oct. 1-21, 2010. The survey asked whether seven trends were good, bad or of no consequence to society. These trends included more births to single parents; more unmarried couples living together; more gay or lesbian couples raising children; and more interracial marriages.
About a third (31%) of survey respondents are Accepters. A similar share of the public (32%) rejects virtually every trend that the Accepters tolerate or endorse. They are the Rejecters. The third and somewhat larger group (37%) are the Skeptics. While they generally share most of the tolerant views of the Accepters, they also express concern about the impact of these trends on society.
The report also shows the demographic characteristics of each group, breaking them down by gender, race, age, location, marital status, political affiliation, voter registration, and religious affiliation and observance.
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Civil rights advocate Leon Koziol, J.D., will be hosting a general conference call this evening (February 2, 2011) at 7:00 PM eastern time in order to begin preparations for a national parenting rights convention and rally. Tonight’s conference call is the first of a series to take place for the purpose of establishing a planning committee and discussing general ideas. The conference call is open to anyone who wants to participate. Future conference calls will be conducted by invite only. Should you wish to be a part of the planning committee after tonight’s call, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information.
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