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 Bob. Leave to amend is liberally granted, so that may be an uphill battle for him. That said, I will schedule a hearing soon.
Apropos the Pennsylvania lawsuit, I received a motion from Bob’s attorney that demonstrates that she is very new. Specifically, she asked for the court to issue a rule to file a complaint—which is only necessary if the defendant (that would be perjuring priest Bob Malm) is the appellant. By definition, as the appellant, I have 20 days to file a complaint. If I don’t, my case gets dismissed.
My petition also continues to gain ground, having passed 23,000 signatures. Onward and upward!
Finally, I am in discussions with fellow bloggers about a possible additional article on issues with perjuring priest Bob Malm and his misconduct. Details soon!