A press release has been sent nationwide regarding my suit against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, perjuring priest Bob Malm, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. The release can be found here and has gone to both traditional and new media nationwide, as well as reporters covering the legal beat. A second release is going out later today or tomorrow.
Having served as junior warden in 2014, which covered the flood in the church undercroft, perjuring priest Bob Malm’s accident, and the failure of the HVAC system due to substandard work during the 1994 renovations, you’d think I’d get some degree of courtesy, wouldn’t you? But as evinced by the attached statement Leslie Steffensen gave to a background… Read More »
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 »
In the document below, we see two things. First is perjuring priest Bob Malm’s testimony in the Massachusetts litigation, in which he claims that he didn’t commit perjury. He cites two reasons: A) that his sworn discovery responses are, in fact, something that Sugarland Chiow drafted. B) that he didn’t even know my mother’s name. Second is reflected… Read More »
Today was Anne Turner’s first day as rector. My feeling is that she did well — really well — but she has a long and daunting road ahead of her. As a result, I am not convinced she will succeed, but believe the odds are in her favor. To be sure, Anne did a great job of exploring… Read More »