Saturday, October 30, 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE...

Leon R. Koziol
1518 Genesee Street
Utica, New York 13502
www.LeonKoziol.com

TO: All Media and Interested Parties

FROM: Leon R. Koziol

RE: Civil rights claim against Oneida County and Town of New Hartford

October 29, 2010, New Hartford, NY - Oneida County and the Town of New Hartford were named today in a formal claim filed by civil rights advocate Leon R. Koziol. The lawsuit notice states that government agents escorted by armed police converged upon Mr. Koziol’s private residence in a swat-like assault for the purpose of seizing his personal property without any legal authority. The warrant and levy provided him at his New Hartford home limited police and official authority to a Utica location only. In addition, the seizure of vehicles was executed contrary to a court order by agreement between the parents in an ongoing domestic relations case before a state Supreme Court judge in August, 2010. The claim seeks recovery for damages sustained from a joint scheme of processes by government actors designed to harm and discredit Mr. Koziol’s public and professional campaign against discriminatory and abusive practices in domestic relations courts. Mr. Koziol has repeatedly described these practices as a “multi-billion dollar child control industry” corroborated here by the direct involvement of the state tax department.

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Mr. Koziol's Notice of Claim against the County of Oneida and Town of New Hartford.

Warrant issued for 1518 Genesee Street Utica NY...it was NOT issued for Mr. Koziol's private residence!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This sounds very bad and it is going to be an expensive mistake for the town.

Anonymous said...

For the money NHPD officers are paid, I thought they were required to know how to read. I also thought they were trained on how to protect people's basic rights. This is rather scary and should be of major concern to all town residents - this could happen to you!

Anonymous said...

I don't have much respect for the man. I have never gone up against him or worked for him. But when I tried to have a meaningful conversation about his unsupported claims regarding current support laws, he was pompous and full of insults toward me. His cause lost all credibility after that (who knew asking for some published literature that supports his theory would draw such childish venom).

That said. I have been followed by nhpd and harassed by them on several occasions because of my name. I have had visits from the nhpd to threaten my arrest because they thought they saw me roll through a stop sign, or because I didn't slow down for them when I saw them coming in the opposite direction or I didn't put my turn signal on soon enough or it looked like I might run a red light, when I was the third car in line.

The sooner the nhpd is abolished and no longer running thug missions for the town's ruling class (and acting as private security), the better off we'll be.

Anonymous said...

"I don't have much respect for the man. I have never gone up against him or worked for him. But when I tried to have a meaningful conversation about his unsupported claims regarding current support laws, he was pompous and full of insults toward me. His cause lost all credibility after that (who knew asking for some published literature that supports his theory would draw such childish venom)."

Actually, I think you mean unsubstantiated rather than unsupported. There is much research that substantiates Koziol's assertions which have been filed before numerous courts. I have a hard time believing he would not leave you with more than an earful of information. More than likely, you felt insulted because he made you feel like an idiot, simply because he was unwilling to capitulate to your liberal ideology. Do you honestly need literature to understand that two fit parents should be entitled to equal time with their children? Do you honestly believe that two parents given equal time should be transferring monies amongst each other if they're both working? That's right, you believe government knows whats best for you. If nothing more, there are plenty of people who are willing to lend you their published versions of the "Pocket Constitution" which in and of itself should be more than sufficient to help you understand the difference between political laws and natural laws. Good luck reading!

Anonymous said...

"I have a hard time believing he would not leave you with more than an earful of information. More than likely, you felt insulted because he made you feel like an idiot, simply because he was unwilling to capitulate to your liberal ideology. Do you honestly need literature to understand that two fit parents should be entitled to equal time with their children? Do you honestly believe that two parents given equal time should be transferring monies amongst each other if they're both working? That's right, you believe government knows whats best for you. If nothing more, there are plenty of people who are willing to lend you their published versions of the "Pocket Constitution" which in and of itself should be more than sufficient to help you understand the difference between political laws and natural laws. Good luck reading!"

See, there are more insults again. Look, if you actually knew who I am, you'd know I don't have much of a liberal ideology. In fact, I approached him with an open mind and half ready to join the ranks. Then he turned into a two-year old. Most likely, he was insulted that his argument was full of holes I pointed out.

Instead of insulting me with your stupidity, why don't you post some links to this "research"? I have read his court documents. NONE of them cite to anything that supports his claim. The constitution does not support him either. And for the record, I'm one of those people who carries a pocket constitution.

So much for your ASSUmptions. Good day. :-)

Anonymous said...

Arguing with you is nothing more than an exercise in futility. I'm not quite sure what you're questioning here. But, if you do carry a pocket Constitution, you should know that government has no right or legal authority to interfere with parent child relations, especially mainstream cooperating parents, let alone fleece them of their finite resources. The Constitutionality argument is where Koziol is coming from. There should be no disagreement here unless you feel government knows better than mom and dad at how best to raise a child (i.e. Hillary Clinton "It Takes A Village"). This should not even be a question. Nonetheless, if you would like to do some scientific research into why children need both parents, these resources may be helpful to you:

http://www.warrenfarrell.com/
http://www.stephenbaskerville.net/

Those should be more than sufficient to get you started. Happy reading and I hope you get whatever answers you're looking for.

MadSpartan said...

Perhaps you may find this story interesting. Maywood, a city in California, recently had to lay off all city employees. Why? An overzealous out of control police department. Sound familiar? Too many law suits due to civil rights violations. They became uninsurable.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/06/sheriffs-dept-to-patrol-maywood-while-city-employees-now-face-lay-offs.html