Monthly Archives: September 2018

Breaking News: Judge Grants Dismissal, Allow Liars Bob Malm and Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow to Brief Court on Possible Attorneys Fees

In motions court today, the Circuit Court judge granted my request for dismissal. In addition, the Court allowed Bob Malm and Jeff Chiow to brief the court on possible attorney fees related to a family email account hosted in Canada pertaining to emails from 2015, which Jeff asserts were actually mine. The Court said it would entertain the… Read More »

Protests Wednesday and Friday

Protests this week will be during Wednesday and Friday drive time. I’ll be at the corner of King and Quaker Lane, which Bob, to the great delight of mental health advocates (and in a move that demonstrates he is pretty clueless) refers to as“Dysfunction Junction.” See folks there!

Sugarland Chiow’s Double Standard

One of the things most noteworthy about this conflict is the double standard evinced by Jeff  “Sugarland” Chiow and Bob Malm. For example, Jeff wants to use phrases like “domestic terrorism” to describe this conflict. Yet, if you call him on it and say, “ Okay, let’s share your comments publicly and see what the world at large… Read More »

This Week

Assuming Jeff Chiow hasn’t yet again bollixed his filings, Wednesday will mark the most recent and possibly final effort by Jeff to bully his way to victory in the courts. Specifically, the court will hear arguments over whether to grant my decision to dismiss. True to form, someone closely connected to Bob Malm has been on Fairfax Underground,… Read More »

Breaking News: Brief in Opposition to Plaintiff’s “Emergency” Motion Filed

Earlier today, through counsel, I filed the attached motion which, inter alia, flagged plaintiff Bob Malm’s various lies in his motion to the Alexandria Circuit Court opposing dismissal of my appeal, including: His claim that I have violated the protective order. His claim that I was not admitted to practice law. His claim that I was not a… Read More »