Members at St. Peter’s Bourne Flee in Droves After Perjuring Priest Bob Malm’s Arrival

Perjuring priest Bob Malm’s current church shed almost 75 percent of its members in 2021.

While many churches suffered drops in attendance during the pandemic, very few lost large numbers of members. But that’s not the case with St. Peters Episcopal On-the-Canal in Bourne MA, where the arrival of perjuring priest Bob Malm was accompanied by the exodus of 274 of the church’s 372 members. That accounts for 76.34 of the total church membership.

Is it because they don’t like having a perjurer for a priest? I don’t know. But something’s up, and perjuring priest Bob Malm’s usual charm bombing and other narcissistic tricks aren’t working.

Check it out in this chart from national church offices.

Litigation Update — Grace Church Continues to Try to Evade Accountability

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

The litigation against perjuring priest Bob Malm continues.

Most recently, the church filed a motion to prevent discovery from Lisa Medley, aka the Princess Porcine; Anne Turner, the current rector of Grace Church; Patti Culbreth, whom perjuring Bob Malm named as a point of contact in his deceitful claims that the church and school were victims of “domestic terrorism;” Kelly “Motormouth” Gable, who claims that I embezzled money from a previous employer; Bishop Susan Goff, who has repeatedly refused to hold Malm accountable or follow church canons; and more.

I will be filing responsive pleadings later today.

Meanwhile, Wayne Cyron, attorney for Lindsey Malm Anders, continues to dry to stiff me on deposing Anders, on the basis that her baby has serious health defects. But given that Malm attempted to subpoena my mother, even as she was terminally ill, a baby with health issues should not be an impediment to a remote deposition.

Stay tuned!

Almost 600,000 People Have Seen Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Petition

Almost 600,000 people have seen petition about perjuring priest Bob Malm

Despite the fact I have been traveling a lot lately, things continue in my efforts to demand that perjuring priest Bob Malm be held accountable. That includes the continuing growth of my petition on, now seen by almost 600,000 people. 26,442 people have signed the petition, and it continues to make the rounds.

So what does this mean for the diocese? Mainly that it needs to either take action, or it will be held accountable in the court of public opinion. Either way, neither perjuring priest Bob Malm nor the Episcopal Church come out ahead.

Or Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, for that matter.

Grace Episcopal Tries to Impede Discovery

Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, is trying to prevent the taking of depositions relating to my lawsuit against perjuring priest Bob Malm. Persons I would like to depose include: Kelly Gable, Patti Culbreth, Lisa Medley, Anne Turner and Susan Goff.

I’ll post more soon, but in the meantime, here are the most recent pleadings filed in this matter.

Of course, this is telling. If these individuals have nothing to hide, why would they object?