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Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Earlier today, I filed a praecipe with the Alexandria Circuit Court clerk, requesting a third-party subpoena duces tecum to obtain information relevant to Bob Malm’s claim that my Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly, only to cancel. I am confident that this will demonstrate Bob’s perjury, and I copied the Grace vestry and Anne Turner, so no one can claim they are unaware.

Meanwhile, I’ve requested a litigation hold for St. Gabriel’s, its vestry, staff, members and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, as I prepare to file lawsuits in Massachusetts.

I’ve also told perjuring priest Bob Malm’s attorney, Wayne Cyron, to cook or get out of the kitchen on the issue of the confidentiality of Bob’s discovery responses. As things stand, we have a gentleman’s agreement not to disclose Bob’s responses, which are best characterized as evasive, dishonest, and disingenuous, until such time as he Mr. Cyron can obtain a court order to protect the confidentiality of these documents. But that agreement was made some time ago, and there’s been no request to the court.

Moreover, the standard to get such an order is high, and the fact that Bob’s responses are not what one would expect from a Christian, let alone a priest, don’t qualify for such an order. Indeed, the public has a First Amendment right to see Bob’s responses for themselves, for it is by doing so that they may learn the truth about Bob.

Of course, there are plenty of folks at Grace who don’t have the intellectual or ethical integrity to admit to perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct. But that’s no reason I shouldn’t publish, and I plan to do so, sooner rather than later.

So for now, our gentleman’s agreement remains in place. But in won’t last indefinitely.

Finally, I am working on an online database for all the documents from our earlier litigation, so that folks can see the inflammatory language, false statements of law and fact, and thoroughly un-Christian conduct of Grace Episcopal Alexandria, perjuring priest Bob Malm, Sugarland Chiow, and various parishioners first-hand.

The public deserves to know the truth about Grace Episcopal Alexandria.