Tag Archives: litigation

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm In Motions Court Today

Earlier today, we held motions court in the Wareham District Court over perjuring priest Bob Malm’s motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim and under the state’s anti-SLAPP statute. The original lawsuit is for the intentional infliction of emotional distress, abuse of process, and defamation. The judge asked some tough but insightful questions. I held the… Read More »

St. Gabriel’s Marion and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts Just Tried to Pull a Fast One

Just over an hour ago, St, Gabriel’s Episcopal Church in Marion and the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts tried to pull a fast one, providing less than three day’s notice that they would like to plead their motion to dismiss at before the federal district court for the Eastern District of Massachusetts on Friday, May 21. I have informed… Read More »

BREAKING: Proof of Bob Malm’s Perjury, In His Own Words

In the document below, we see two things. First is perjuring priest Bob Malm’s testimony in the Massachusetts litigation, in which he claims that he didn’t commit perjury. He cites two reasons: A) that his sworn discovery responses are, in fact, something that Sugarland Chiow drafted. B) that he didn’t even know my mother’s name. Second is reflected… Read More »

A No-Win Situation for Grace Episcopal Alexandria

With motions court set for tomorrow, there’s an important reminder for Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish. Specifically, no matter what happens tomorrow, in the end the church cannot win. It will not win. There is no fact pattern in which it wins. Indeed, if the court buys the church’s arguments tomorrow and dismisses my case, two… Read More »