- Court Corruption Book, Satan’s Docket, Registers Early Success
- By BY LEONKOZIOLJD
- Contributed by: Daveyone ( 77 articles in 2017 )
Well we got more good news today. After a two month review process, a major west coast publisher notified me today of its interest in Satan’s Docket. Last month a New York news organization requeste
By Dr. Leon R. Koziol
Parenting Rights Institute
Well we got more good news today. After a two month review process, a major west coast publisher notified me today of its interest in Satan’s Docket. Last month a New York news organization requested the name of its publisher for a possible documentary.
Sales continue despite a limited local publisher. 300 copies are out and the book has yet to reach the shelves of bookstores although a book signing at Barnes and Nobles is being arranged. 20 copies were sold on the night of its release in local businesses, and on-line sales are still coming in.
In another twist, a book was apparently sold to my custody judge, Dan “Kangaroo” King, the one who disqualified himself last year after taking my daughters from me. He did so within three months of my testimony before the Moreland Commission on Public Corruption.
There, at Pace University in Manhattan, I exposed fictional college degrees which Dan King used to force $45,500 in tax free support payments in one year alone without so much as a “thank you” from my daughters. I have been removed from their lives for the four years since. That testimony was published on government sites and remains on-line.
At the same time we have been promoting this book with full page advertisements. This early release process was undertaken when candidates for a family judge race in upstate New York were failing to address the horrendous picture in today’s courts. Tomorrow’s edition will be the best one yet. Check it out on-line or at the stores and coffee shops, Sunday, November 5, 2017 edition of the (Utica, New York) Observer Dispatch.
I know this book is having profound impacts because I get encouragements and compliments from a wide range of strangers who have approached me in the community since this process got started. They include bank patrons, police officers, working moms, political types and even divorce lawyers. I am also getting requests for lawyer referrals and judge evaluations. Check it all out tomorrow and get your book copy at www.parentingrightsinstitute.com.
More ominous proof of its impact occurred when I was nearly run over by a shiny black Cadillac while crossing a street to my regular Friday fish fry. It was witnessed by a restaurant manager, and I am fairly certain of the identity of the driver as an investigation continues. Finally, as always, check out the extraordinary services we offer. We are not publicly funded and rely on your donations to continue our vital work. Kindly share this message.