Sometime in the next week or so, my third-party subpoena to Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, will issue. As posted previously, the subpoena seeks information to support perjuring priest Bob Malm’s claim that Mom, or someone purporting to be her, contacted him repeatedly, only to cancel.
Of course, it’s possible that Grace Church will further injure its reputation by playing games and trying to quash the subpoena. That would be true to form and in keeping with the church’s track record of trying anything and everything to avoid accountability. That said, it is difficult to know why Grace Church itself would not want to get to the truth of the matter, unless this is a case of inconvenient truth.
Meanwhile, accompanying this post is the email I sent to the attorneys for the church and for perjuring priest Bob Malm. As I state there, my hope is that the church will not engage in further discovery-related misconduct. Such behavior only exacerbates the present situation, illustrates the lack of organizational and personal integrity in the organization, further erodes membership and standing in the community, and increases the costs of litigation.