Here’s another blast from the past. In this excerpt from a motion filed in the Alexandria Circuit Court, Jeff Chiow flat out lies to the court. Specifically, he claims that he would have proven that I was never licensed to practice law, and that I never served as a police officer. Both are untrue, To be fair, in… Read More »
Just in case you thought Grace Episcopal couldn’t be any more toxic, here is the relevant section of the church’s pleadings in the Venango County (PA) Court of Common Pleas, in which rector Bob Malm and church attorney Jeff Chiow tell the court that the church is the victim of domestic terrorism. A bit of context: Sugarland Chiow… Read More »
Breaking news! More media coverage of Dysfunctional Bob, Sugarland Chiow, and the #fakechristians crowd at Grace Episcopal. Coming July 4 weekend, to a media outlet near you!
In a few weeks, my dispute with Bob Malm will be four years old. Happy birthday, dear dispute. So, this seems like the perfect time to extend this invitation and challenge. Here goes. Bob likes to claim that I’m engaging in “online/outdoor defamation/slander.” (Guess that’s better than the indoor variant.) While Bob, like most at Grace Episcopal, has… Read More »
One of the most troubling things about this case is Episcopal Church attorney Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow’s false statements of fact to the courts. For those who may be unfamiliar with the details of my case, Jeff Chiow, a former vestry member of Grace Church, repeatedly made false statements in his pleadings, including false statements of fact. These include:… Read More »
Subtitle for this post: Grace Episcopal welcomes pedophiles and felons, but not bloggers. One of the issues that Bob has created for both the church and the school is concern among parents about safety. With that in mind, let’s explore the issue, while recognizing that safety includes both physical safety and spiritual/emotional safety. Physical safety In the realm… Read More »
With recent stock market activity showing some striking similarities to the market crash of 1987, and the double whammy of a possible partial shut-down of the federal government, Grace Episcopal Church may well enter 2019 in dire financial condition. As I stated in previous posts, when factoring in depreciation and amortization, Grace has been running an annual deficit… Read More »