Tag Archives: Matthew Youssef

BREAKING: Grace Episcopal Alexandria Tries to Say it Didn’t Conceal Evidence During Litigation

It may be Lent, but Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, is no closer than ever to telling the truth. In a court filing today, the church tries to argue that it did not fraudulently conceal evidence during the initial litigation, even though it has offered no explanation as to why perjuring priest Bob Malm’s defamatory email… Read More »

Email to Church Attorney

There’s an auto-correct issue in the first line, but the attached is still useful. It is correspondence with Matthew Youssef, the attorney representing Grace Episcopal Church. In it, I remind Matthew of a key reality, which is there is no courtroom outcome that benefits Grace Church, as the church’s issues are not primarily legal, but rather reputational in… Read More »

Update: Email to Attorneys and Criminal Complaints Against Perjuring Priest Bob Malm

Earlier today, I sent a reminder to the various attorneys represented perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal Church, the clergy perjury parish. Here is my email: I’m also in the process of filing police reports and requesting criminal charges, both here in Virginia and in Massachusetts. Below is the sample of Bob Malm’s fabrications that I have… Read More »

See for Yourself: Statement of Agreed Facts Filed in Appeal of Grace Episcopal Church Defamation Lawsuit

This is the Statement of Agreed Facts sent moments ago to legal counsel for Grace Episcopal Church in preparation for the filing of my appeal with the Virginia Supreme Court. This is the case in which perjuring priest Bob Malm concealed the email in question during the original litigation, despite it being squarely within the purview of discovery,… Read More »