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BREAKING NEWS: Disciplinary Complaint Filed Against Jeffery Chiow

One of the results of the ongoing litigation is I have now uncovered at least fifteen emails sent to or from perjuring priest Bob Malm’s church email account, but not produced during discovery. That’s a serious ethical issue and a potential violation of attorney disciplinary rules 3.3 and 3.4 (relating to candor to the tribunal and fairness to… Read More »

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BUSTED: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Caught Lying to Bishop!

REPOST: Check it out: In perjuring priest Bob Malm’s court filings, he PROVES conclusively that he lied to bishop Shannon Johnston. Yup, this comes directly from his own court filings, and is an email he sent to the bishop. Specifically, he claims that I left RPJ Housing prior to coming to Grace. As he well knows, that is… Read More »

Litigation Update

It’s been a busy week—who knew retirement could be so busy? In retrospect, I should not have given Mom so much grief about having nothing to do in her old age. 😉 By way of update, I should have my appeal against the church done by next Friday, seeking permission to move ahead with my defamation suit against… Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Additional Complaint Filed Against Jeffery Chiow

Earlier today, I filed an additional attorney disciplinary complaint against Jeffery Chiow, who represented Grace Episcopal Alexandria and perjuring priest Bob Malm is the original litigation with me. In my complaint, I allege that Chiow, whose moniker is “Sugarland,” due to his invention, in his legal pleadings. of this mythical town in Texas (not to be confused with… Read More »

See for Yourself: Online Petition Seen Almost 350,000 Times

Check it out. Thanks to the generosity of people who have supported my online petition, both by signing it and by donating to cover paid advertising, it has now been seen almost 350,000 times on change.org. Those are heady numbers, especially when you consider that most change.org users are young people. Additionally, the Episcopal Church has less than… Read More »

Grace Episcopal Alexandria and Social Media: A Lost Opportunity

Even as Grace Episcopal Alexandria and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia have taken a hammering in the social media over their conduct in this conflict, the sad thing is they have, at best, a dim awareness of the power of social media. In the case of my online petition, more than 300,000 people, many young persons, have seen… Read More »

Grace Episcopal Alexandria Lacks Republican Integrity

It’s no secret that I’m a liberal democrat. But at a time when many in the US stand united in their revulsion at Trump’s recent coup attempt, I have to say this for the Republican party: It has more organizational integrity than Grace Episcopal Church Alexandria, and that’s not saying much. To be fair, Republicans are late to… Read More »

More on the Perils of Disinformation

Mom absolutely loathed Donald Trump and the Q-Anon crowd. With that in mind, I wanted to reinforce what I posted yesterday, which is that Grace Episcopal Alexandria engages in exactly the same sort of disinformation campaign with its claims of domestic terrorism and more. Of particular interest is Jake Chansley aka Jake Angeli, the so-called Q-Shaman, who at… Read More »

Today’s Attempted Coup Reflects Badly on Grace Episcopal Alexandria

Today was a dismal day for American democracy. Much like a tinpot dictatorship, America experienced what can only be described as an attempted coup. Egged on by Donald Trump‘s ugly, reckless rhetoric, today’s storming of the Capitol carried with it shades of the infamous Beerhall Putsch, which brought the Nazis to power. What lessons can be derived from… Read More »

Litigation Documents Added

A few days ago, I added a link to the blog’s menu, “litigation.” Some context may be helpful. In order to avoid a mammoth hyperlink, I just used the word litigation. But what’s behind the link is a OneDrive folder of litigation documents, primarily discovery. There, those who wish to do so can see firsthand the documents behind… Read More »