Having been served Requests for Admission last Thursday (Ascension Day), perjuring priest Bob Malm may well be trying to hire defense counsel in one or more jurisdictions. That said, my advice to potential defense counsel is simple: Look before you leap. Having practiced law for a number of years, and having represented a range of clients, including a… Read More »
A few minutes ago, I served Requests for Admission (RFA’s) on perjuring priest Bob Malm. RFA’s are a part of the legal discovery process, and used to narrow and focus issues at hand in the court case. My RFA’s focused on Bob Malm’s fabrications and misconduct during his prior legal proceedings against me. Perjuring priest Bob Malm has… Read More »
Today the Venango County Magisterial District Court set a hearing date for one of the lawsuits against perjuring priest Bob Malm. That date is July 10. A copy of the notice is below.
One recurring theme on this blog is the ugly nature of conversation at Grace Church. A particularly ugly — and illustrative — such situation involves Jan Spence and her comments about one of the church’s young parishioners. Specifically, one day Jan recounted to a group of parishioners, myself included, her belief that a particular person is gay and… Read More »
Moments ago, I filed suit for abuse of process and the intentional infliction of emotional distress in the Fairfax County Circuit Court against perjuring priest Bob Malm. Damages requested exceed $375,000. A copy of the filing, case number 2020 06840, is available in PDF here. Regrettably, this course of action became necessary after the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia… Read More »