Earlier today, I was protesting outside Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish. It was a good experience; parents from the school avoided making any further threats or stupid obscene gestures. True to form, parish administrator Peter Hanke came out to take photos. Sounds like he’s another individual who doesn’t comprehend that there something called the First Amendment,… Read More »
It may be Lent, but Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, is no closer than ever to telling the truth. In a court filing today, the church tries to argue that it did not fraudulently conceal evidence during the initial litigation, even though it has offered no explanation as to why perjuring priest Bob Malm’s defamatory email… Read More »
We are fast approaching a point in the litigation where it’s time to start taking depositions. Depositions are taken under oath, and usually involve subpoenaing the witness. They are costly, while being nerve-wracking for the person being deposed. Unfortunately, given perjuring priest Bob Malm’s repeated claims that he can’t remember things — even as he can recall the… Read More »
Motions court in the Pennsylvania lawsuit against perjuring priest Bob Mam is set for March 16. There, Malm’s attorney, Rachel Wenger, and I will review with the court Malm’s preliminary objections in the suit. The action seeks to recover legal fees after perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal Alexandria, with aid from attorney Sugarland Chiow, tried to… Read More »
Yesterday was an important day in the calendar for vestries and parish administrators across the Episcopal Church. It was the day that annual parochial reports were due for many, and early results show that 2020 was nothing short of catastrophic for Grace Church. Leaving aside for a moment the fallout from perjuring priest Bob Malm’s misconduct, shock and… Read More »
Earlier today, I sent the following letter to the diocesan executive board. Attached to the letter were my recent letter to members of Grace Episcopal Church, as well as a copy of Sven VanBaars’ 2019 letter in which he stated that perjury is only actionable if criminal charges are filed. Working on those criminal charges, even as we… Read More »
Lie 1: Sigrid Yahner set up appointments with me and no-showed. That’s how I know that her blog actually is Eric’s Lie 2: I don’t recall speaking to her. Lie 3: I didn’t even know her name. And Grace Episcopal Alexandria and the diocese still have perjuring priest Bob Malm’s back. Birds of a feather….