Tag Archives: Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

Bickering With the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts

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 »

Assets At Risk

Someone recently asked me if church assets are at risk, or if perjuring priest Bob Malm’s assets could be in jeopardy as a result of the current litigation. The answer is an unequivocal yes on both counts. The church’s insurance, like most, covers only normal damages, as in reimbursing a successful plaintiff for her losses. It expressly does… Read More »

Pleadings Filed in US District Court

Earlier today, I filed several items with the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Included in the documents are: A motion to amend my original complaint, to add St. Gabriel’s Massachusetts and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts to the lawsuit. To add two additional torts to the complaint based on Virginia state law: Common law… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Massachusetts Lawsuit Under Way Against Perjuring Priest Bob Malm

Earlier today, I completed my draft of a civil complaint against perjuring priest Bob Malm in the Wareham Massachusetts district court. The suit alleges abuse of process, defamation, and the intentional infliction of emotional distress. I’m still working on the attachments, but the suit should be filed sometime on Monday. As stated previously, separate lawsuits are coming against… Read More »