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BREAKING NEWS: Interview On Ft. Worth Litigation

Earlier today, I gave an interview on the Ft. Worth litigation, in which over $100 million of Episcopal assets were lost to dissidents. I am not sure if it will air, but if nothing else it provides good background. At the heart of the matter is the refusal of the US Supreme Court to hear an appeal from… Read More »

What Will Happen to Jeffery Chiow?

Someone recently asked me what I think will happen to Jeffery Chiow, aka “Sugarland” for the mythical town he made up to include in his courtroom pleadings. The question arises from Chiow’s concealing documents adverse to perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal church during discovery, which I have reported to the relevant attorney disciplinary committee, along with… Read More »

Another Email to Perjuring Priest Bob Malm’s Attorney, Requesting Information on Bob’s Lies

Earlier today, I sent an email to Wayne Cyron, perjuring priest Bob Malm’s attorney, asking Wayne to provide to Bob a copy of the defamatory email chain from Kelly Gable, then serving as a vestry member, to Bob Malm, and then on to bishop Shannon Johnston. In the email, perjuring priest Bob Malm claims I left RPJ Housing… Read More »

Update Sent to Petition Signers

With almost 25,000 signatures, my petition on continues to gain traction, even as Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and the City of Alexandria do their best to ignore former rector Bob Malm’s perjury. Meanwhile, I keep pushing to end the coverup, take action, and afford Mom the dignity in death… Read More »

Breaking News: Trading Emails With Alexandria City Attorney

Earlier today, I traded emails with the Alexandria City Attorney. Based on the content and tone of her/his messages, that person is a real piece of work and spectacularly unprofessional. At issue is my notice to the city that it is being sued in federal district court. The city responded, saying that the police department cannot overturn the… Read More »