Following is my response to an article on Religion News Service “Christianity as We Know it is Dying.” The death of organized religion comes as no surprise when, as in my case, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia (including Bishop Susan Goff and Melissa Hollerith, wife of Randy Hollerith, dean of the National Cathedral), can tell me with a… Read More »
Earlier today, I filed a lawsuit against Grace Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and Bishop Susan Goff. All parties have been alerted to the importance of maintaining relevant records. In addition, per the existing court orders, I have reminded the defendants that they may not use any material I send them to contact Bob Malm or… Read More »
Having sent my demand letter, I have little doubt that the fake Christians of Grace Church and the Diocese will ignore it. So, as I prepare to go to court, I have launched a website to provide information on the lawsuit as it progresses. Check it out!
As we prepare to say farewell to Grace Episcopal’s rector for more than 30 years, perjuring priest Bob Malm, please consider making a generous donation to his farewell purse. Consider: The church spent more than $6,000 on Chris Byrnes’ farewell. The church gave a purse totaling more than $24,000 after Malm’s 2014 accident. The church gave Bob Malm… Read More »
As Bob Malm gears up for retirement, and turns the Jesus-babble tap full open, the burning question (as Kemp Williams would put it), is will Bob Malm show some integrity? As in practicing what he preaches, telling the truth, and admitting to the parish that he has committed perjury by lying under oath? And while we’re at it,… Read More »
Here is Bob Malm’s other lie under oath. In his written responses to my interrogatories, a component of our recent litigation, Bob Malm claimed under oath that the only person in his family whom he knew to have blogged about our conflict was his wife, Leslie. Yet Bob knew from the get-go that his daughter Lindsey (Malm) Anders… Read More »
In Bob Malm’s written court pleadings, he made various statements of fact about me that were fabrications, otherwise known as lies. One was that I had never served as a police officer. Below is a photo I took during the Police Unity Tour as we were setting off from Norfolk. And yes, you must be a sworn law… Read More »