As previously stated, I have filed a petition with the Virginia Courts to stop perjuring priest Bob Malm’s violations of my request for no contact.
A copy of the filing has been sent to perjuring priest Bob Malm’s attorneys, those for the church, and denominational officials in both DioMass and DioVA.
In the filing, I also raise the possibility of mental illness on Bob Malm’s part, as he continues to insist that my Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly to set up appointments, only to cancel. This simply did not happen, and perjuring priest Bob Malm has produced no evidence to support his claim, yet he insists it is true. Thus, I increasingly question perjuring priest Bob Malm’s ability to discern the difference between truth and falsity.
I also just received a copy of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s responses to my amended complaint in the Alexandria litigation, which I will review and probably post this evening.
And just in case anyone out there is not clear on the matter: I want zero contact from perjuring priest Bob Malm; current or former members of Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish; or anyone acting on their behalf other than legal counsel. That extends to all members of my family, including Mike.