Early next week, I will be filing an additional lawsuit against Grace Episcopal Church, the clergy perjury parish. The complaint addresses the parish’s defamatory statements, made through vestry and clergy, that I allegedly embezzled from a previous employer. The claim seeks both compensatory and punitive damages.
As a matter of professional courtesy, I have given a heads-up to the various attorneys representing perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal.
A copy of the complaint will be posted when I file.
Several fellow bloggers and reporters have asked about my next step in the lawsuit.
The answer is that motions court is set for December 18 at 1:30 in the Alexandria General District Court. There, the court will consider my motion to compel the church and diocese to provide copies of materials relevant to Bob Malm’s courtroom claims, including his fabrication that my mom or someone claiming to be her contacted him repeatedly.
If you’re covering the story, feel free to come by. I’m happy to talk with you after the hearing.
Someone recently asked how they could access independent information on the court case now pending against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, Bishop Susan Goff, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia in conjunction with Bob Malm’s perjury.