A united religion movement to end parent and child abuses in family court

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img_0201 Dr. Leon Koziol at a family rights conference at the United Nations in New York City

By Dr. Leon R. Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Today, Deputy Clerk of New York’s Fourth Appellate Department, Alan Ross, reported that Judge Stephen K. Lindley denied my emergency application to see my daughters for the holidays. This came despite yet another disqualified family judge from my ten year ordeal, Daniel King, and the continued retaliation by his replacement, James Eby of Oswego. Both had made similar rulings and are now the subject of this ongoing appeal.

I have never been found to be unfit, never even accused of a crime, never found to have engaged in any domestic violence or harm to my children and a model citizen. My only real “crime” is my exercise of First Amendment rights to criticize our third branch of government while exposing the corruption which is being concealed…

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Drunk Driving Judge Merely Censured After Conviction and Obstructing Justice

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gerard-maney-picture Family Judge and Acting State Supreme Court Judge Gerard Maney, convicted of drunk driving after a series of “professional courtesies” were denied in a serious abuse of judicial office. That is a “slap on the wrist” metaphor you see of the villain who is still on the bench.

By Dr. Leon R. Koziol

Parenting Rights Institute

Well this judge did much more, he put law enforcement in serious danger. Yes, that’s right, Judge Gerard Maney is still on the Family Court bench in New York’s capital after pleading guilty to drunk driving, fleeing the scene of a sobriety checkpoint, making an illegal u-turn to avoid detection, crashing into a barrier (where an officer might have been stationed to prevent such occurrences), and speeding away from a pursuing police vehicle for a half mile before finally pulling over like normal people might.

It gets better, or more accurately, much worse. Family…

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