Having known perjuring priest Bob Malm for a number of years, I’m prepared to bet on his response to my allegations that he has disregarded diocesan and state requirements to ensure safety during the pandemic; perjuring priest Bob Malm likely told parishioners that he wasn’t aware. But that excuse doesn’t cut it. Here is what the Episcopal Diocese… Read More »
This screen cap, probably more so than any other, illustrates the toxic nature of Grace Church, the clergy perjury parish. In it, a then college-aged parishioner who grew up in the church not only uses the homophobic handle. “Eat_A-Dick,” but urges me to commit suicide. Nor is this someone on the fringes of the church; both her parents… Read More »
Desperation is like stealing from the Mafia: you stand a good chance of attracting the wrong attention. — Douglas Horton Desperation is never pretty. It’s not pretty in dating. It’s not pretty when job hunting. And it isn’t pretty when it involves a church looking for a new rector. And so it is with Grace Episcopal, the clergy… Read More »
Since Kelly Gable likes to run her mouth behind the scenes, now seems to be a good time to invite her to deal openly with issues. Specifically, I encourage her to put her money where her mouth is and take her claims that I embezzled from RPJ Housing directly to law enforcement. That’s right: Time for Kelly to… Read More »
Today, this blog passed a major milestone: 200,000 hits and counting! Meanwhile, my petition on change.org is motoring along and about to pass 20,000 signatures. Good times!
Next up: 20,000 signatures! Petition seeking investigation of perjuring priest Bob Malm
Here is my motion for reconsideration, filed today with the Fairfax County Circuit Court. I am considering filing an appeal.
In a decision released earlier today, the Fairfax County Circuit Court granted Kelly Motormouth Gable’s plea in bar, in which she invoked the one-year statute of limitations, thus dismissing the case. I have filed a motion for reconsideration and may file an appeal.
Earlier today, the Fairfax Circuit Court granted perjuring priest Bob Malm’s motion to transfer venue to the Alexandria Circuit Court. As plaintiff, I do not plan to further challenge venue.
There was a recent change to the rector search process at Grace, and while it’s a small one, it suggests that the search is not exactly going well. Specifically, the committee quietly pushed the cut-off date back from the 27th through the 31st. It makes sense to do so, for closing things prior to the end of the… Read More »
You have to hand it to perjuring priest Bob Malm, Sugarland Chiow, and to a lesser extent Kelly Motormouth Gable — they have really done a number on Grace Episcopal Church and the search for a new rector. Consider two possibilities: First Possibility: Mere use of the word “murder” in a blog, etc., truly is a threat and… Read More »
Somehow, I have the funny feeling that perjuring priest Bob Malm has been at it again. Specifically, I am told that St. Gabriel’s, the church where Bob serves as interim, decided at the 11th hour not to transition to Phase 2 of the diocesan reopening plan. Here’s what the church’s website says: Note the whole bit about “information… Read More »
Still no ruling from the Fairfax Circuit Court. Not a huge surprise there, as the judge had warned us a decision could come as late as Monday due to a full docket. I’m cautiously optimistic that I will prevail on Kelly Gable’s plea of the statute of limitations, for she seeks to benefit from the misconduct of the… Read More »
We’re still waiting for a decision from the Fairfax Circuit Court on today’s motion, which touched on venue in the Malm case and the statute of limitations in the Gable case. In the meantime, here is my filing in opposition to Kelly’s plea of the statute of limitations.
Here are my pleadings filed in the Alexandria Circuit Court, shortly before I removed the case to Circuit Court and increased the amount of relief requested. The latter reflects the inclusion of the defamation per se claim relating to Kelly Motormouth Gable and perjuring priest Bob Malm’s republication.
Tomorrow is motions court in Fairfax, which will be held via WebEx. At issue will be venue for two of the cases involving Grace Church. In the case of Kelly Gable’s defamation, I have told defense counsel that I don’t have an objection to venue in Alexandria. Of course, defense counsel also has filed a plea in bar… Read More »
As a follow-up to my previous post about former Grace head of school Chris Byrnes showing up as alleged interim head of school at St. Paul’s Alexandria, I have posted an article on my flagship, Anglican Watch.As things stand, St. Paul’s appears headed for serious financial issues, compounded by poor staffing choices and a lack of even basic… Read More »
As readers may recall, my calculations show that the cost to Grace Church of buying the Pampered Prince of Perjury Bob Malm a personal residence exceeded $1.2 million. This included destruction of the existing rectory, which did not meet the exacting standards Bob established for a residence for His Holiness. Keep in mind that this figure included the… Read More »
Earlier on this blog, we talked about the magical thinking of our sister in Christ (said sarcastically, due to her use of the phrase), Easter Thompson. Specifically, we talked about her weird belief that perjuring priest Bob Malm didn’t engage in misconduct, as well as the fact that evidence has yet to emerge that God requires her help… Read More »
Even as the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and Bishop Susan “No Charges, No Foul” Goff continue to insist that they will only address clergy misconduct if criminal charges are brought, my petition demanding an independent investigation and meaningful results based on that investigation continues to motor along. As of a few minutes ago, we passed the 18,000… Read More »
Eighty-two views is less than 1/3 of normal Sunday attendance, or ASA. Truly, alarm bells should be going off in all directions.
In a recent conversation with someone connected with Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, the question came up as to whether an incoming rector could be held personally liable in the various civil cases pending against the church. My answer, which is not legal advice, since I am not presently licensed to practice, is quite possibly yes. Before… Read More »
COVID-19 relief funding is a topic that got a lot of attention on the diocesan weekly conference calls. Yet darned few Episcopal churches got money, the diocese got none that I can see, and Shrine Mont got a small amount. Nor did Grace get any, other than the funds that reached the school. That begs the question: With… Read More »
Yup, there’s been a sighting. No, it’s not Nessie. It’s not the Abominable Snowman. It’s something far, far scarier. It’s Chris Byrnes, former head of school at Grace, who’s recently been sighted at St. Paul’s Alexandria as interim head of the preschool. For starters, well-placed sources tell me that Chris has been hiring. That’s a curious thing. Last… Read More »
At this point, one thing is abundantly clear. Not only was hiring perjuring priest Bob Malm a major mistake, but the terms and conditions of his employment exacerbated the situation. That raises the question: How can the vestry avoid repeating the mistakes of the past? Let’s start with the selection process. One of the things that went wrong… Read More »
Behind the scenes, I have been really, really busy lately. So much so that I haven’t even been updating my flagship, Anglican Watch. But being quarantined also leaves me with lots of bandwidth to work on things, even though I feel like refried hell, BTW, before you good Christians at Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, get all excited,… Read More »
Then Now Most recent Several local Episcopal parishes are seeing continuing surges in online attendance amidst the COVID-19, with the result that some even say that going online is the best thing that ever happened to them. But Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, is seeing a precipitous decline in online attendance. The news spells trouble for the… Read More »