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Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Earlier today, I filed my preliminary brief with the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Because I’m pro se, it’s intentionally a casual filing.

Depending on how this goes, I can file for reconsideration or a hearing en banc. From there, the next stop would be seeking a writ of certiorari with the US Supreme Court.

On a marginally related note, I today learned that the Court of Common Pleas for Venango County has yet to hand down a decision on perjuring priest Bob Malm’s preliminary objections. Needless to say, we could be looking at several years of litigation on that front, as well as the litigation here in Virginia and Massachusetts. Given that perjuring priest Bob Malm turns 70 this fall, he could be looking at litigation for the remainder of his life.

Relatedly, the ongoing litigation likely will continue to erode membership and giving at Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish.