Category Archives: Abuse of power

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Served Interrogatories

Earlier today, I served perjuring priest Bob Malm interrogatories in the lawsuit in Federal District Court litigation. The questions, which must be answered under oath, focus on Bob’s various perjuries and fabrications. Ordinarily, it’s best not to use ‘yes” or “no” questions and answers. But given perjuring priest Bob Malm’s propensity for making stuff up on the fly,… Read More »

Injunction Filings

Earlier today, perjuring priest Bob Malm and I traded filings in federal district court over my request for an injunction. The latter would prevent Bob Malm from attempting to bypass security on my blog, from engaging in witness tampering, from contacting me directly, or trying to threaten or intimidate me. Predictably enough, Wayne Cyron falsely tells the court… Read More »

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Sued in Massachusetts

Yesterday I filed suit against perjuring priest Bob Malm in the Wareham Massachusetts District Court. Claims include defamation, abuse of process, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and perjury (the latter is not a separately actionable claim, but may be part of a claim of abuse of process). Below is the complete filing:  

More Legal Briefs Filed in Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

Earlier today, defense counsel and I traded briefs regarding my federal civil rights claims against perjuring priest Bob Malm, Grace Episcopal Alexandria, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. Those briefs are rolled up into the PDF that follows. At issue is whether Section 1983 of the federal civil rights act reaches private citizens. In this case, I aver… Read More »

Bickering With the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

One of my shortcomings in litigating the current conflict is I have a bad habit of wanting to give the Episcopal Church the opportunity to fix its misconduct. Given the extent of ethical challenges in the church, that’s a lot like trying to teach the proverbial pig to sing, but I keep trying. And so it is with… Read More »