Having known perjuring priest Bob Malm for a number of years, I’m prepared to bet on his response to my allegations that he has disregarded diocesan and state requirements to ensure safety during the pandemic; perjuring priest Bob Malm likely told parishioners that he wasn’t aware. But that excuse doesn’t cut it. Here is what the Episcopal Diocese… Read More »
This screen cap, probably more so than any other, illustrates the toxic nature of Grace Church, the clergy perjury parish. In it, a then college-aged parishioner who grew up in the church not only uses the homophobic handle. “Eat_A-Dick,” but urges me to commit suicide. Nor is this someone on the fringes of the church; both her parents… Read More »
Desperation is like stealing from the Mafia: you stand a good chance of attracting the wrong attention. — Douglas Horton Desperation is never pretty. It’s not pretty in dating. It’s not pretty when job hunting. And it isn’t pretty when it involves a church looking for a new rector. And so it is with Grace Episcopal, the clergy… Read More »
Since Kelly Gable likes to run her mouth behind the scenes, now seems to be a good time to invite her to deal openly with issues. Specifically, I encourage her to put her money where her mouth is and take her claims that I embezzled from RPJ Housing directly to law enforcement. That’s right: Time for Kelly to… Read More »
Today, this blog passed a major milestone: 200,000 hits and counting! Meanwhile, my petition on change.org is motoring along and about to pass 20,000 signatures. Good times!
Next up: 20,000 signatures! Petition seeking investigation of perjuring priest Bob Malm
Here is my motion for reconsideration, filed today with the Fairfax County Circuit Court. I am considering filing an appeal.
In a decision released earlier today, the Fairfax County Circuit Court granted Kelly Motormouth Gable’s plea in bar, in which she invoked the one-year statute of limitations, thus dismissing the case. I have filed a motion for reconsideration and may file an appeal.
Earlier today, the Fairfax Circuit Court granted perjuring priest Bob Malm’s motion to transfer venue to the Alexandria Circuit Court. As plaintiff, I do not plan to further challenge venue.
Did you know that in 2016 I offered to settle my conflict with perjuring priest Bob Malm? I did so in writing through attorney Matt Kaplan, who drafted the letter that follows. In it, we ask for three things from perjuring priest Bob Malm: Stop disparaging us. Stop interfering with the practice of our faith. Confidentiality. Through Sugarland… Read More »