Speaking of Kelly Motormouth Gable and her defamatory email about how I allegedly embezzled from RPJ Housing, it’s also time for perjuring priest Bob Malm to grow up and put his money where his mouth is.
Specifically, Episcopalians are called to “resist injustice and oppression,” wherever they are encountered. So rather than spreading rumors and gossip to the willing ears of diocesan officials, why hasn’t perjuring priest Bob Malm filed criminal charges? As I stated in my post about Kelly Motormouth Gable there is no statute of limitations on felonies, with the latter defined as involving more than $500. So why would Bob Malm hesitate? It’s not like Bob has any scruples whatsoever when it comes to confrontations involving parishioners, even lying to police, the bishop, and his own parishioners.
Of course, there would be an added advantage to perjuring priest Bob Malm: he would presumably see an end to the multiple lawsuits against him. Plus Lisa Medley, Alison Campbell, and the rest of the good Christians of Grace would be besides themselves with Christian glee. So again: Why not?
So, it’s time for perjuring priest Bob Malm to belly up to the bar, put his money where his mouth is, and file criminal charges. If he’s willing to spread his defamatory statements to the bishop, he should be equally willing to go to the police.
As for Alison Campbell, Lisa Medley, Sugarland Chiow, and the myriad other fake Christians at Grace Church, same applies to you.
Go for it.