Grace Episcopal Alexandria, toxic church
- Calling members “domestic terrorists”
- Trying to drag a dying woman into court
- Suing members
- Deliberately misusing funds
- Breaching pastoral confidentiality
- Disclosing confidential giving
- Clergy calling members “sick, twisted, dysfunctional”
- Welcoming an alleged child molester
- Urging people to commit suicide
- Naming part of church after perjuring priest Bob Malm
Updated information confirms service of process on Bishop Susan Goff, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and Grace Episcopal Alexandria.
It will be interesting to see how the good Christians at Grace Church respond to my request for documentation that mom “time after time” makes appointments with perjuring priest Bob Malm. Will they tell the truth? Will they admit that Malm committed perjury?
Somehow, I don’t see Goff, Sugarland Chiow, or any of that crowd acting in an honorable way.
Steps are now under way to file a second lawsuit against Grace Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Susan Goff, and several other parties, including multiple church staff, volunteers, and independent contractors. I anticipate the suit will be filed in Pennsylvania and will involve multiple plaintiffs. Several of the defendants will be added once the initial suit is filed.
With my lawsuit now filed against Grace Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and Susan Goff, an interesting question arises: Will Sugarland Chiow resume his ethically questionable behavior? Past incidents include:
Apparently signing off on the vestry’s talking points, which claimed that Mike and I left the parish on our own, despite the fact Jeff knew otherwise.
Making up a fake church shooting in the nonexistent town of Sugarland Texas.
Falsely telling the Venango courts he had a valid subpoena, and continuing to do so even after he was shown, in writing, the relevant statutory provisions.
Lying to the Alexandria Circuit Court by telling it I had never been licensed as an attorney, nor served as a police officer.
Failing to disclose his client Bob Malm’s perjury, including lying by taking words out of context.
Claiming he had thoroughly read Mom’s blog, yet telling the motions court that he was unaware that she was dying.
Disregarding a court order compelling his client Bob Malm to state how he allegedly had been threatened.
Repeated use of improper, inflammatory language, including referring to the case as one of “domestic terrorism.”
Abuse of process.
Deliberate efforts to use my sexual orientation to try to embarrass and discredit me.
Irrelevant references to mass shootings wholly unconnected with the case at hand.
Having sent my demand letter, I have little doubt that the fake Christians of Grace Church and the Diocese will ignore it. So, as I prepare to go to court, I have launched a website to provide information on the lawsuit as it progresses.
Breaking news: As I prepare to file suit against the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and other parties relevant to Bob Malm’s vendetta against me, I have sent the following demand letter to the diocese and its insurer, in which I ask the diocese to admit that Bob Malm committed perjury. That would, at a minimum, be the Christian thing to do, but I have little doubt that the diocese will continue its abusive conduct.
Some time ago, I referenced the exploding scandal at the Harvest Bible Chapel over abuse of power, misuse of funds, spiritual abuse, intimidation and more. Today, things reached a new level, as a website launched that provides information for those who may wish to join in the lawsuit against the church.
You may recall that the church tried suing bloggers for defamation, as part of an effort to shut down criticism. In other words, it tried pulling a Bob Malm.
In a move reminiscent of Grace Episcopal Church, Dysfunctional Bob Malm, and Sugarland Chiow, Tenth Presbyterian in Philadelphia allegedly has attempted to ban a protester in front of the church by claiming that he has threatened and harassed people. The protester, Phillip Snyder, asserts that he is protesting the coverup of sexual abuse by the church’s former music minister.
As part of its efforts, the church allegedly excommunicated Snyder, threatened to arrest him if he entered the property, and attempted to obtain an injunction ordering him to remain 1,000 feet from he church. (Guess folks there share Sugarland’s fixation with the magic 1,000 feet!)
The court decline to issue an injunction, and in response, Mr. Snyder has filed a lawsuit alleging that church officials defamed him.
In the meantime, I am in touch with Mr. Snyder and hope to talk with his attorney later this week.
To read the full story, visit the Wartburg Watch here.
To support Mr. Snyder’s legal efforts, click here.
As we get ready to move into 2019, protests continue over Dysfunctional Bob Malm’s conduct, as well as that of Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow. Look for me and others at:
1) King and Seminary aka Dysfunction Junction aka Malm Square(d) 2) the monument at Braddock and Russell Road 3) the front of MOM’s 4) the intersection of Commonwealth and Mount Vernon avenues. 5) 395 during rush hour
Although we have not yet made a final go/no-go decision, I believe it likely that I and several other plaintiffs will file suit against the church, vestry, Bob Malm and family, and several individual parishioners in Federal district court in late January. Assuming we proceed, a second lawsuit is expected later in the spring.