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Petition Seeking Review of Perjuring Priest Bob Malm’s Conduct Passes 16,000 Signatures

Even as six separate lawsuits against perjuring priest Bob Malm, his family, Kelly Motormouth Gable, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia move forward, the online petition demanding justice for those hurt by perjuring priest Bob Malm continues to garner signatures.  Earlier today, the petition broke 16,000 signatures, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Meanwhile, Episcopal bishop… Read More »

Next Up: Pennsylvania Lawsuit

This week will be a busy one with various minor tasks relating to litigation, including the change of venue in the lawsuit against Kelly Motormouth Gable, and sundry other motions court issues. I’ll also be preparing for the hearing in the Pennsylvania case, in which perjuring priest Bob Malm is being sued for the legal fees associated with… Read More »

See for Yourself: Kelly Gable’s Conduct While at RPJ Housing

As the defamation per se lawsuits move forward involving perjuring priest Bob Malm and Kelly Motormouth Gable, there’s a bit of history that needs to be shared. That includes my correspondence with Kelly shortly after leaving RPJ Housing — which, as one can see from the date of the letter and the reference to Grace Church — happened… Read More »

Petition Seeking Independent Investigation of Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Passes 14,000 Signatures

The petition seeking a full, fair, and independent diocesan church review of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct, including his perjury and his defamatory per se statement that I embezzled funds from a previous employer, has now garnered more than 14,000 signatures. The petition also asks the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia to take meaningful action based on the results… Read More »

Why Grace Church is Doomed to Fail

I’ve written about this before, but with litigation now ramping up against perjuring priest Bob Malm, his family, Grace Church, and the diocese, I am reflecting anew on why the parish and diocese are unlikely to spring back from the hot mess that Bob leaves behind. As I see it, the problem is that the diocese and parish… Read More »

More Protests Under Way, Legal Documents Filed

Today brings several developments, including more protests outside Grace Church. Additionally, I formally filed court documents asking for leave to amend my pleadings and transfer to circuit court.  As mentioned previously, today’s court filings were necessitated by my decision to pursue punitive damages against Leslie Malm and Lindsey Malm Anders in conjunction with what I allege is their… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: More Legal Developments

As many already know, some time ago I filed suit for defamation in general district court against Lindsey Malm Anders and Leslie Malm. Today, however, I notified Wayne Cyron, their attorney, that I will be removing the cases to circuit court. The issue is that general district court is a court of limited jurisdiction, able to hear cases… Read More »

The Hypocrisy of +Jennifer Brooke-Davidson

Recently, I noted that diocese of Virginia bishop Jennifer Brooke-Davidson is sitting on the Title IV hearing panel for Bishop Love, the ironically named bishop of Albany who opposes same-sex marriage. Below is the email I sent to Jennifer, which I copied to Todd Ousley and Bishop Susan Goff. For his privacy, the name of the former priest… Read More »

See for Yourself: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm’s Court Filings

As I stated previously, perjuring priest Bob Malm is now falsely claiming that he is not a perjurer. In addition, he is seeking to transfer venue in the current proceedings from Fairfax to Alexandria, and has filed a demurrer, arguing that the matter at hand should be treated as “res judicata,” or already decided. Of course, the issue… Read More »

Punitive Damages Could Prove an Existential Threat to Grace Church

With perjuring priest Bob Malm now facing potential punitive damages claims against him and by implication the parish itself, the vestry and individual church members should understand that such damages could threaten the very existence of the church and school. Additionally, they could result in personal liability for vestry members and church members alike. What are punitive damages?… Read More »

Episcopal Church Launches Abuse Survey

Under the leadership of ++Michael Curry and Gay Jennings+, the Episcopal church has launched a survey to study sexual- and gender-based harassment and the church’s response to it. The survey claims to be entirely anonymous and will not result in an investigation if specific names or incidents are referenced. The link can be found at the bottom of… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Kelly Gable Sued for Defamation Per Se

Yesterday evening I contacted Grace parishioner and world champion motormouth Kelly Gable, offering her the opportunity to either document her claim that I embezzled funds from a previous employer or to retract her claims in writing. I further informed her that if I did not hear from her by noon today I would file suit for defamation per… Read More »

Protests This Friday, Lafayette Square

One of the issues in my long-running dispute with perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Church is my First Amendment right to speak out about perjuring priest Bob Malm’s conduct and that of people in the church and the diocese. With that in mind, and mindful of the need to support BLM and First Amendment rights in the… Read More »

See for Yourself: Fan Mail!

From time to time, I get fan mail from folks. This ranges from the former member who was yelled at by a self-important member of the parish and responded by walking out, never to return, to the former member who says Bob Malm gives off a creepy vibe. Here is a great recent piece of fan mail:

Grace Church, It’s Time to Speak Out on BLM

As I and many, many others march and protest for social justice, equality, and BLM, Grace Church sits silent. That’s particularly telling, given that the interim rector is black. So, as Grace Church bloviates about being inclusive, it needs to ask the question, “Into what paradigm are we inviting people?” If the answer is a culture and church… Read More »