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As a civil rights advocate in 2009, I logically sought recourse for constitutional violations in federal court but was repeatedly thwarted by selective treatment to suppress my reform message. I finally reached the Supreme Court on June 17, 2016 in a case docketed as Leon Koziol v United States District Court, No. 15-1519. Three weeks later, Justice Ruth Ginsburg launched a campaign from chambers attacking Donald Trump in the presidential race.
Mr. Trump had not yet been endorsed by any political party. Hence his free speech had come under fire as a private citizen while my case was focused on a censored website that supported his campaign. Justice Ginsburg was important to my case because it relied upon a number of her decisions. But having come this far, I could not contradict my own principles by ignoring the debacle which played out during the week of July 14, 2016.
Included in that relief was a requested adjournment of the Court’s conference on my petition until after the elections to permit interested third parties, including Donald Trump, to file briefs in support of my case or to otherwise present their positions. I spoke to Michael Cohen, attorney for Donald Trump, who expressed interest in its outcome. A copy was e-mailed to him but it had not been docketed at the time. Now we await decision.
This is a case important to the presidential race for other reasons. Shared parenting and equality in our nation’s family courts have not been addressed by any candidate even though they impacted everything from Hillary’s Village to Trump’s reforms. These courts have been transformed into a trillion dollar industry at the heart of so many of today’s social, health and productivity issues.
Extraordinary Case Focuses on Judicial Ethics and Court Abuses
An unprecedented case docketed in the Supreme Court on June 17, 2016 became more extraordinary when Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg lashed out at a presidential candidate one month later. After working its way through federal and state courts, the judicial whistle blower action, Leon Koziol v United States District Court, finally reached our high court.
At the core of the case is a targeted website which exposes corruption in our nation’s divorce and family courts. Maintained by a parental advocate with over 25 years of litigation experience, it exposes corruption in our third branch of government and resulted in severe retributions for the sponsor and judicial whistle blower, Dr. Leon R. Koziol.
The website, http://www.leonkoziol.com was subjected to a variety of discreet and overt forms of government retaliation including an unconstitutional gag order imposed by a family judge eventually lifted when a mandamus action was filed in New York Supreme Court. This site also featured a number of anti-liberal posts defending Donald Trump since August, 2015.
The action seeks recourse for political activity outside the scope of judicial office which is then applied in decision making processes beyond the knowledge or fair input of adversely impacted litigants. It is a First and Fourteenth Amendment case committed to improving the conduct of our justice system through the supervisory jurisdiction of our highest court.
With a conference date now set by the Justices for September 26, 2016, Dr. Koziol was forced to file a motion on August 9, 2016 seeking disqualification of Justice Ginsburg from Case No. 15-1519. It also seeks an adjournment until after election day to permit good government groups and interested parties including Donald Trump to file amicus briefs.
Such a motion is not new but rarely employed as it was by the Sierra Club in the 2004 case of Cheney v United States District Court, directed to Justice Scalia. The opening statement of the motion here is reprinted below:
On June 17, 2016, this Court docketed Case No. 15-1519 entitled Leon R. Koziol v United States District Court for the Northern District of New York. It is an extraordinary action based, inter alia, on this Court’s ruling in Cheney v United States District Court for the District of Columbia, 542 US 367 (2004). It seeks vital recourse for civil rights violations by judges and their agents who impeded access to this Court. These violations were conceived beyond the scope of judicial office and executed through an abuse of such office. They comprise retributions for petitioner’s ten year exposure of corruption in our third branch of government.
It is an ordeal that reads like a John Grisham novel but plays out in real life as a dark side to justice meted out against judicial whistle blowers as a way of covering up serious misconduct. It is a lesson for advocates of free speech and press everywhere who dare to risk their families and livelihoods on the misplaced notion that those entrusted with the highest duty of safeguarding our constitutional rights will do so even when they are themselves the necessary subjects of public criticism.
Quite apart from the unconscionable injuries inflicted upon a native born American, these violations have serious implications for all citizens in that they usurp the self-governing authority of a free society, they make the case that other whistle blowers such as Edward Snowden can never expect fair treatment in the states, and that money and influence will invariably prevail over the rule of law in our nation’s courts. Indeed, on all fronts and in all branches of government, we are at a crossroads in that never ending quest to guarantee “liberty and justice for all.”
Parental and civil rights advocate, Dr. Leon Koziol, has submitted a report to a Congressional Oversight Committee for an investigation of corruption in our nation’s divorce and family courts. Authority for such an investigation is found under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act (Child Support Standards Act and federal incentive funding).
This yields biased family judges and draconian enforcement practices. At least one British court denied extradition to the states for this reason. It was also a cause for the police murder of Walter Scott, an unarmed father shot dead five times in the back while fleeing a child support warrant at a traffic stop. Dr. Koziol attended his funeral services in South Carolina last April, predicting an escalating level of violence before national media.
Put more bluntly, police officers, veterans and minorities are being killed to protect over billing practices of lawyers and bottom feeders in family court. This post is motivated by a report this month revealing a veteran suicide rate of 20 per day and the suicide of yet another loving dad this week who was deprived of a proper parenting relationship while being subjected to child support incarceration (Dr. Ted Fattorros).
Fellow victims, this is an epidemic caused by a calculated break-up of the American family and our moral fiber as a nation. Fathers and non-custodial mothers are being deprived of their most fundamental human rights to enjoy a distinct family structure with their own offspring. It is being deprived by a federal funding law which mandates unequal custodial titles for profit. You have to get immediately and directly involved. Keyboards in the comfort of your homes may provide therapy but they are achieving nothing.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown may have said it best when describing the state of affairs among law enforcement in this country. After the targeting and murders of five Dallas police officers last week, he declared that we’re expecting too much from cops these days.
As examples he cited unleashed dogs, policing social injustices and preventing crime in neighborhoods where 70% of the families are raised by single mothers. He emphasized that First Amendment requires media to fairly report the underlying causes of our present crises.
Welcome to Leon Koziol.com, a component of secondary media attempting with little success to expose those same causes. In two reports to U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch, Dr. Leon Koziol, civil rights advocate, explained how corruption was being suppressed in divorce and family courts across America to feed a trillion dollar industry. A generic reply many months later referenced only a “letter” with no indication that anything had been reviewed.
See Dr. Koziol’s blog post and most recent report to U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch dated June 14, 2015 that was ignored by her office – (Click Here)
The June 12, 2015 report predicting an overload of the system leading to senseless attacks upon law enforcement personnel can be downloaded from Scribd (Click Here)
In those reports, Dr. Koziol also predicted that family court victims were reaching a boiling point. It was based, in part, on an unarmed father, Walter Scott, who was shot dead in the back on April 4, 2015 not simply because he was African-American but because he was fleeing a child support warrant. Both white and black traffic cops were charged. Already all is forgotten.
The whole incident with a $3 million city settlement could have been avoided if the laws were geared to equal parenting. Instead Lawyer greed and lucrative conflict caused by an antiquated custody system remain the “law” in conflict with natural rights of parents. One parent households are the product of this one parent (custody) system.
If you are a regular follower of this site, you know how the domestic and disciplinary courts of New York have exploited Leon’s children and law license to suppress the First Amendment. A gag order on this site was set aside recently after a mandamus show cause order was signed in New York Supreme Court against Family Judge Daniel King. The offender then disqualified himself after all the damage was done.
Enter replacement Judge James Eby, newly seated in Oswego Family Court, who merely took over where Dan King left off, continuing a shocking level of systemic bias for all of the filings and reform efforts here over a ten year period. His decision of July 12, 2016 was already written prior to argument which he mandated to occur that day in capital letters by PERSONAL APPEARANCES.
This was all good for child lawyer William Koslosky who simply billed the taxpayers for his undeserved fees. But it required the parents to make four hour round trips to attend already decided proceedings instead of teleconferences utilized by closer judges in the past. Obviously this was pure retaliation for the successful removal of fellow Judge King and his gag order. Judge Eby previously denied Fathers Day to Dr. Koziol and was visibly angered that it was procured anyway without his permission and without incident.
In his edict, Eby overlooked a prior removal of incompetent child lawyer William Koslosky and never even mentioned a disqualification motion or its compelling grounds for his own removal. This is how they avoid accountability on the record while abusing judicial office to suppress exposure of gross misconduct. Yes folks, once again you can’t make this stuff up.
Dr. Koziol has never been charged with unfit parenting or any crime unlike others who receive unrestricted parenting time. Judge Eby simply orchestrated an outcome which will leave his public critic forever without any child contact, all because a gold digging mother, Kelly Hawse-Koziol, decided to replace the real father with an unfit, childless millionaire named Joseph Flihan. She committed perjury and fraud in the process, i.e. her testimony that e-mail notice of child relocation was successful with “gmai.com” (“l” character missing).
The corruption here is out of control and it requires elevated public response. The injustices will not be swept away but incur greater exposure and consequences instead. Such corruption has been ratified through inaction of our federal courts and state judicial commissions. When the corruption gets this bad, victims take matters into their own hands. Welcome Dallas Police Chief to our justice system on yet another neglected front.
Haven’t we all had enough of government corruption. Not a day goes by without another public official taking bribes, abusing office or getting a free pass to commit crimes. From the top down, across genders and all branches of government, corruption in America has gotten out of control. If we are truly a self governing nation, it’s high time we took it back with a march from Lincoln Memorial to the White House on September 17th.
If you think it’s going to correct itself or maybe you think someone else will organize and protest in your place, think again. That ain’t happening. You need to get seriously involved today. It’s your government too. Freedom is not free. We have inherited a duty from our founders for the sake of future generations.
We all know how our country was founded, but is there something from the Spirit of ’76 which tugs upon us today? Have the modern day trappings of electronic devices, moral depravity and self-love eclipsed the patriotism that defines America? Are we on a collision course with a new world order destined to erode our rights to extinction?
Look no further than divorce and family courts. The rights of parents are being tortured beyond recognition for profit. Parallels to the Revolution should send chills down the spine of any conscientious lawyer truly committed to a professional oath. In plain terms, these courts have assumed monarchial authority over our children through “equity” powers carried over from feudal England, see i.e. Finlay v Finlay, 148 NE 624 (1925).
That power has expanded over time to a point where “constitution-free” zones have been erected among local tribunals fueled by a revenue generating scheme known as Title IV-D funding (family conflict incentivized by federal money from Social Security). It is a judge created “equity” power eroding a full range of rights protected by our Constitution. In so many respects, these tribunals have become more powerful than the NSA, IRS and CIA.
The parenting right traces itself well beyond the birth of our nation, indeed to the beginning of civilization itself. Governments have come and gone but families and parent-child relationships are the reasons we got here. It is that “bundle of rights” so fundamental to humanity that our founders saw no reason to put it in the Constitution. The Supreme Court declared it as our “oldest (protected) liberty interest,” Troxel v Granville, 530 US 57 (2000).
I call it the “Foxhole Syndrome,” parents anxious to tell their war stories without real concern for the greater reform movement. I have been contacted from across the country and remain unable to extricate dialogue from these foxholes, sometimes over a period of hours without donations in my suppressed state. Indeed the reform terrain resembles the movie “Terminator” with “Devil’s Advocate” as its theme. Parents are underground on the comfort of their keyboards “raising awareness” to no one who cares.
Like our Revolution, this terrain is infiltrated by traitors, spies, cowards and plain idiots which distract us from the real enemy. A key example is this CAPRA class action which should stand for Con Artist Promoting Ridiculous Action. It was concocted by a non-lawyer out of jail who managed to convince thousands of victims to join “for free.” Well a brain surgery is also free with a GED volunteer from ISIS. Fancy letters, a lawsuit face page without a person or corporate identity, and a link to an on-line dollar store should have “raised awareness” to a paper Titanic with “all hands on dork.”
This sick system extends to school programs, it is a core reason for escalating violence, the decline of all religions and immorality, and it must be dismantled and rebuilt as our nation was. Discrimination, alienation, financial exploitation and state child abuse are all forms of corruption subject to protest. So contact your neighbors, get the signs ready, and let’s show that we’ve had enough. It’s not a problem if they don’t see it, and no one sees a foxhole.
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