Here’s another example of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s questionable veracity. In the screen cap below, Bob Malm says he does not believe I would abide by the terms of any agreement in resolution of our conflict. Yet just five months later, perjuring priest Bob Malm sent me a settlement proposal, which I rejected lock, stock and barrel, despite the fact it offered to drop the protective order. Even more tellingly, after a token nod to staying away from Bob, his proposal proceeded to bloviate on for several pages about not criticizing the parish. Even more laughably, the proposal said that Bob would not publicly condone derogatory comments from the parish or school—given that Bob’s modus operandi is behind-the-scenes manipulation, that is an illusory promise if there ever was one.
And below is the link to the badly drafted settlement proposal prepared by Sugarland Chiow and sent to me on behalf of perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal church.
Bob Malm, perjuring priest
Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish