Tag Archives: perjury

BUSTED: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm’s Three Lies Under Oath

Lie 1: Sigrid Yahner set up appointments with me and no-showed. That’s how I know that her blog actually is Eric’s Lie 2: I don’t recall speaking to her. Lie 3: I didn’t even know her name. And Grace Episcopal Alexandria and the diocese still have perjuring priest Bob Malm’s back. Birds of a feather….

Screen Caps of Bob Malm’s Perjury

UPDATE: February  2021. Perjuring priest Bob Malm now claims, in sworn courtroom testimony, that his discovery responses are “some form prepared by my attorney.” Leaving aside the fact that the content and diction is unmistakably Bob’s, three things: Perjuring priest Bob Malm still swore it was true, regardless of who prepared the document. By lying about who prepared… 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 »

Shout Out to David Crosby

Given that David Crosby likes to materialize here in cyber from time to time with with his hypocritical church-speak, Jesus-babble, and claims to be able to assess mental illness without so much as speaking directly to the subject, here’s a quote for him from Canon Robin Hammeal-Urban’s excellent book on clergy misconduct, “Wholeness After Betrayal”: By failing to… Read More »

Spiritual Abuse and Healthy Churches: Good Article in CT

There’s a good podcast on Christianity Today (“CT”) that discusses spiritual abuse in churches, why it’s often difficult to spot, and typically even harder to address. The information is very relevant to Grace Episcopal Church and the spiritual abuse/toxic dynamics within the parish. Take a listen here. Key points: Spiritual abuse, which often involves bullying and manipulation, typically is… Read More »

Reflections: Ethics, Legal Practice and Representing Lindsey Anders and Leslie Malm

Earlier today, I received a copy of a document indicating that Lindsey Anders and Leslie Malm are now represented by legal counsel in Alexandria. Out of respect for the attorney involved, I am not yet prepared to disclose the document, nor the identity of legal counsel. I do, however, want to reflect on the challenges facing legal counsel… Read More »

Petition Demanding Susan Goff Address Bob Malm’s Perjury, Misconduct Passes 2000 Signatures, Even as Diocese Continues to Ignore Problems

You have to hand it to The Episcopal Church—it is remarkably stubborn in its defense of abuse. In fact, if it took such an extreme stand on women’s rights, LGBTQ+ issues, and other important social issues, it would have been ordaining women in the 1700’s. Doubt it? More than 2,000 signatories later, Bishop Susan Goff continues to hang… Read More »

Check it Out: Unless You’re Convicted, Perjury Is Okay for Clergy in The Episcopal Church

Here’s a good one: Another Title IV notice of dismissal from the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. Where to start? First, there is no requirement of a criminal conviction for conduct to be prohibited under Title IV. Indeed, Canon IV.4.1(h.6) makes clear that conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation is forbidden, period. Second, it is not the role of the… Read More »

Subpoenas Issued

Earlier today subpoenas went out in my lawsuit against Grace Episcopal Church, Susan Goff, and the diocese. Most likely, Grace will receive its subpoena tomorrow, while Susan Goff’s subpoena may take a day or so. Both are for the production of documents. Following is the email I sent to the diocese and Grace church’s vestry. In a nutshell,… Read More »

Breaking: Sven vanBaar, Former Candidate for Bishop Diocesan of Southern VA, Displays Questionable Ethics, Judgment

Some time ago, the Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia elected the Rev. Susan B. Haynes as bishop diocesan. Because her consecration still must be approved by a majority of bishops in the House of Bishops, I wanted to make sure that diocesan officials understand the profound concerns I have about Sven’s qualifications. With that in mind, here is… Read More »

Tonight’s Gala Reception for Bob Malm Underscores Why Many at Grace Church Deserve Bob Malm

Tonight’s gala reception for Bob Malm underscores why many at Grace Episcopal deserve exactly what they get. Meaning that they deserve Bob Malm, and all the baggage that comes with him, including his perjury, his multiple abuses of power, his bullying, his manipulation, and his feckless attitude towards being rector, despite being paid more than many senior denominational… Read More »