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.
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 »
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 »
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 »