Showing posts with label Alexandria Circuit Court. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Alexandria Circuit Court. Show all posts

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Check it Out: Pleadings from Alexandria Circuit Court

Here are my pleadings filed in the Alexandria Circuit Court, shortly before I removed the case to Circuit Court and increased the amount of relief requested. The latter reflects the inclusion of the defamation per se claim relating to Kelly Motormouth Gable and perjuring priest Bob Malm’s republication.

Friday, January 11, 2019

See for Yourself: Bob Malm Perjury

During discovery, Bob Malm stated under oath that Mom and other family members repeatedly made appointments with him and no-showed. This was part of his purported reason for his claim that I am, in fact, the author of Mom’s blog. There’s just one little wrinkle in all of this: Mom has NEVER made an appointment with Bob, nor has ANYONE done so on her behalf.

In other words, Bob committed perjury.

Here is what Bob wrote, again under oath:

And here is Mom’s response:

And here is my meme summarizing Bob’s perjury:

Oh, and by the way, if Bob tells you that this is defamation, ask him for proof that these meetings were scheduled.

He has none.

Bob Malm, the perjuring priest.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Upcoming Media Coverage

This fall, several publications will be covering my story, with articles timed to coincide with the hearing date in my case, which is set for October 5. Publications that will be running stories include The Wartburg Watch, as well as several online and traditional media outlets. Several blogger friends will be there, including someone from one of the leading Episcopal blogs.

We’ll also be getting a media advisory out prior to the hearing date. So, if you’re a reporter and you want to see just how ugly The Episcopal Church can be, plan to show up for the court case, which will be held at the Alexandria City courthouse. (Contrary to Bob Malm’s assertions, it will be in circuit court, not the fictitious Commonwealth Court.) Just bring your notepad, as recording devices aren’t allowed in the courtroom.