Monthly Archives: December 2020

BREAKING NEWS: Discovery Responses Received from Lindsey Malm Anders

Earlier today, I received the long-awaited discovery responses from Lindsey Malm Anders in my lawsuit against her. I’ll have more on this over time, but several noteworthy developments: The documents reveal that perjuring priest Bob Malm withheld documents during initial discovery. Nor is this the first time — he also withheld the defamatory email involving Kelly Gable. Thus,… Read More »

Repost: Grace Episcopal Alexandria Fact Checker

Over the years, Grace Episcopal Alexandria has, both intentionally and unintentionally, developed a number of claims about itself. Some are only partially true, others are false. Still others are true, but only with major caveats. With that in mind, here are some of the church’s claims that warrant further scrutiny. Grace is “growing and flourishing.”  Verdict: False In… Read More »

Praecipes, Discovery, Confidentiality and More

Earlier today, I filed a praecipe with the Alexandria Circuit Court clerk, requesting a third-party subpoena duces tecum to obtain information relevant to Bob Malm’s claim that my Mom, or someone claiming to be her, contacted him repeatedly, only to cancel. I am confident that this will demonstrate Bob’s perjury, and I copied the Grace vestry and Anne… Read More »

Great Article: Lawyer Less and Listen More

Earlier today, a friend sent me a great article on the ongoing scandals in evangelical churches, which discusses the importance of the church worrying less about lawyers and more about listening. Not necessarily lawyers with JD’s, but the whole effort to manage perception, versus listening and doing what’s right. I don’t have reprint permissions, so I’ve included a… Read More »

Kelly Gable’s Full Email

Earlier, I published the defamatory email from perjuring priest Bob Malm and Kelly Motormouth Gable. The email got pickup in a variety of online publications, including The Wartburg Watch. But there’s value in reading the earlier parts of the email thread, including Kelly’s comment about how working at RPJ Housing felt like being a prisoner on work release.… Read More »

Food for Thought

As the various legal cases against perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal Church move forward, I’d like to offer some food for thought on Bob Malm’s conduct and what it says about him. Specifically, it is very common among bullies of every ilk when challenged to claim to be the victim. That’s exactly what perjuring priest Bob… Read More »