Earlier today, I sent a deficiency letter to the attorney for perjuring priest Bob Malm A deficiency letter specifies the various ways in which a response to discovery in a lawsuit are inadequate, and asks the other side for assistance in rectifying those issues.
Out of respect for the preliminaruy non-disclosure agreement I have with perjuring priest Bob Malm, I am not at this time publishing my letter, for to do so would implicitly reveal his discovery responses. For now, let’s just say that we are not yet seeing any meaningful improvement in perjuring priest Bob Malm’s conduct, and leave it at that.
I’ll give things a few days, then motion the court for an order compelling a response.
Meanwhile, look for additional news coverage of the Grace Episcopal Alexandria lawsuits, possibly as early as next week.
One final thought: I invite readers to ask themselves the question: If perjuring priest Bob Malm’s actions are above-board, why is he trying to get a protective order to keep his discovery responses confidential? Much like the secret settlement reached a few years ago involving the church school, Grace Episcopal tries to sneak around in the shadows, while avoiding transparency and accountability. This is much like the Catholic Church, which for years has tried to hide its abusive behavior behind non-disclosure agreements.
Prospective members and rectors, do yourself a favor and get details from the church BEFORE you get involved. And if Grace Episcopal says no or tries to brush you off with vague responses, do yourself a favor and take a pass.
Any church worth having is willing to conduct its affairs in the light of day.