Oral arguments were held yesterday in front of a three-judge panel of the Massachusetts Court of Appeals. Perjuring priest Bob Malm did not participate, as he declined to file responsive pleadings.
My attorney did well, and I am cautiously optimistic. But regardless of the outcome, I will soon be protesting in front of perjuring priest Bob Malm’s current church. Later, rinse, repeat, and on we go, as long as perjuring priest Bob Malm wants to continue.
Earlier today, I traded emails with Matthew Youssef, attorney for Anne Turner, Lisa Medley, Kelly Gable, Patty Culbreth and bishop Susan Goff. Matthew continues to play fun and games with discovery, resulting in the ultimatum above.
Needless to say, if perjuring priest Bob Malm’s claims were even close to true, there would be no discovery issue at all. Indeed, I am confident Matthew would be eager to engage in discovery.
In a recent exchange with Matthew Youssef, attorney for various third-party deponents, including Anne Turner, Kelly Gable, Patty Culbreth, Lisa Medley, and corrupt Episcopal bishop Susan Goff, Youssef tried to stiff me on discovery.
Here is my response:
And here’s my PS, in which I call out Bob Malm’s lie in which he falsely alleges that I have posted photos of his wife, Leslie on porn websites. As someone who doesn’t frequent porn websites, I don’t know which website Malm claims I used, but given Patti Culbreth’s access to church web access records, I am positive that this will be en enlightening conversation.
Hi everyone. Posting live from Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, where I am protesting outside Easter services.
True to form, the denizens of Planet Malm react in different ways, ranging from Kevin Stancil’s “Happy Easter,” to Jean Reed’s telling me to go away, to calling the police, to the childish woman in the photo, Maryland plates, who flipped me off as she came out of the parking lot.
Nothing like reciting the baptismal covenant and, 20 minutes later, flipping someone off.