As the various lawsuits move forward against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, perjuring priest Bob Malm, and members of the Malm family, there’s an important fact to remember. Specifically, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Susan Goff, and Shannon Johnston have been directly notified of Bob Malm’s perjury, but have consistently responded by engaging in coverup. The situation is much like… Read More »
Moments ago, I served Lindsey Malm Anders with interrogatories, or ROGs, in my lawsuit against her for defamation. Lindsey is the daughter of perjuring priest Bob Malm.
A few minutes ago, I sent Requests for the Production of Documents (RPDS) to Lindsey Malm Anders in my defamation lawsuit against her. Lindsey is the daughter of perjuring priest Bob Malm, former rector of Grace Episcopal Alexandria. RPDS ask the recipient to provide documents relevant to the lawsuit.
As my conflict with perjuring priest Bob Malm moves into its sixth year, the litigation continues unabated. That goes without saying, for never once has anyone at the church ever even asked to discuss the matter with me directly, instead blindly supporting perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct. That said, I am working on a full set of legal… Read More »
As perjuring priest Bob Malm and the Episcopal Church continue their cover-up of Malm’s conduct, I continue to collect signatures on my petition demanding accountability. A few minutes ago my petition passed 24,000 signatures—more than typically attend Sunday services in the entire Episcopal Diocese of Virginia! How many people calling for reform before the Episcopal Church demonstrates ethical… Read More »
In just a few days, it will be one year since perjuring priest Bob Malm left as rector of Grace Episcopal Church. Thus, it is appropriate to consider his toxic legacy, and the effect of his legacy on Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish. First, there’s some good news for St. Gabriel’s: Even as perjuring priest Bob Malm… Read More »
Moments ago I filed Requests for Production of documents with attorneys for perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, in the Virginia litigation. Later this week, I will file a series of discovery requests against perjuring priest Bob Malm’s daughter, Lindsey Malm Anders, in the defamation case against here in Virginia. Stay tuned.
Recently I served perjuring priest Bob Malm with several legal documents in the Pennsylvania lawsuit, which seeks recovery of legal fees incurred by my late mother, Sigrid Yahner, when perjuring priest Bob Malm illegally attempted to subpoena her in Pennsylvania. At the time, she was terminally ill, incontinent, and suffering from a severe anxiety disorder due to… Read More »
Along with Requests for Admission, I recently served Interrogatories on perjuring priest Bob Malm in the Pennsylvania lawsuit. The action seeks recovery of legal fees incurred by my late mother, Sigrid Yahner, after perjuring priest Bob Malm illegally attempted to subpoena her, despite the fact she was terminally ill.
With the initial motions court hearing behind us, over the next few days I will begin ramping up on the Lindsey Malm Anders defamation lawsuit. This will include the filing of interrogatories, requests for the production of documents, and more. I also anticipate we’ll have motions court in the next few weeks in the Pennsylvania case against perjuring… Read More »
Earlier today, I served the attached interrogatories on perjuring priest Bob Malm via his attorneys. Most are questions he was previously directed by the court to answer, while several new questions address Malm’s various lies, including his claim that Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly. Perjuring priest Bob Malm has 21 days to respond.
Earlier today, I filed a civil complaint in the Venango County Court of Common Pleas against perjuring priest Bob Malm. The suit seeks to recover my late mother’s legal fees, incurred when she had to hire an attorney to quash the ultra vires subpoena perjuring priest Bob Malm filed against her as she was dying. Malm did so… Read More »
My change.org petition, which demands that the Episcopal Church investigate and act on perjuring priest Bob Malm’s courtroom lies and other misconduct, has now motored past 23,000 signatures. The petition has been seen more than 302,000 times, a number representing more than 16 percent of total Episcopal church membership. Until the church takes meaningful responsibility for its misconduct,… Read More »
I posted this piece yesterday, which is partly based on my experiences at Grace Episcopal Alexandria and its inept financial reporting and disclosure, including over-paying one employee for many months.This piece is dedicated to parishioner Kelly Gable, who defamed me by falsely claiming that I embezzled from a previous employer. While there is a lawsuit under way against… Read More »
Earlier this morning, the Alexandria Circuit ruled on the demurrer in the Anders defamation case. The suit is moving forward for defamatory claims made within one year. As a result, I intend to begin discovery in the next several days and may file for leave to amend as to possible additional claims involving Lindsey. Meanwhile, work continues on… Read More »
Lots going on this week. Tomorrow is motions court for the defamation case against Leslie Malm, which is under way in the Alexandria circuit. Meanwhile, I have heard from Wayne Cyron, who is representing perjuring priest Bob Malm and his family, and he wishes to contest my motion for leave to amend in the primary Virginia case against… Read More »
Lots of news on the legal front. Two days ago, I filed the Pennsylvania case with the Venango County Court of Common Pleas. Notice has been served on the magistrate and perjuring priest Bob Malm in accordance with Pennsylvania law. Under the law, I now have 20 days to file a civil complaint against perjuring priest Bob Malm… Read More »
One of the basic tenets of insurance is that it will not cover illegal, intentional acts, or otherwise act contrary to public policy. That’s an area of the law that often is murky, for there exist numerous exceptions, but the fact remains that it is illegal for insurers to protect against deliberate illegal activity. With that in mind,… Read More »