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BREAKING: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Sued for More Than $375,000 in Fairfax Circuit Court

Moments ago, I filed suit for abuse of process and the intentional infliction of emotional distress in the Fairfax County Circuit Court against perjuring priest Bob Malm. Damages requested exceed $375,000.

A copy of the filing, case number  2020 06840, is available in PDF here.

Regrettably, this course of action became necessary after the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia repeatedly refused my request to mediate the dispute on the grounds that it is “not of weighty and material importance to the ministry of the church.”

As I have said many times, the fact that The Episcopal Church says perjury is acceptable conduct for clergy unless they face criminal charges tells you all you need to know about the denomination and its ethical worldview.

Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Has Been Sued


Breaking News: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Sued in Pennsylvania

With the courts now open again in Pennsylvania, one of the lawsuits pending against perjuring priest Bob Malm moved forward in Pennsylvania.

The case is predicated on perjuring priest Bob Malm’s efforts to drag Mom, dying of COPD, into court in violation of state law. Given that Bob was represented by Episcopal church attorney Jeff Chiow — a nationally recognized attorney, assisted by another law firm with ties to the church — it seems clear that Bob knew his actions were not permitted under state law. Thus, it is appropriate that perjuring priest Bob Malm be required to compensate Mom’s estate for the costs associated with defending his bogus subpoena.

I will post additional detail once the court assigns a trial date.


BREAKING NEWS: Petition Seeking Full, Fair, Independent Investigation of Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Passes 5,000 Signatures

My petition seeking a full, fair, independent investigation into perjuring priest Bob Malm’s conduct has zoomed past 5000 signatures. As a result, signatures equal 7.28 percent of the 2018 membership of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, which fell to 68,902 members, down 13 percent over a ten-year period.

Signatures equate to 9.18 percent of the 2018 membership of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, where perjuring priest Bob Malm now serves as interim at St. Gabriel’s, Marion.

Total signatures are more than 5 times the total 2018 membership of Grace Church.

Petition Seeking Investigation of Perjuring Priest Robert Malm Passes 5,000 Signatures


Online Petition Launched to Hold Perjuring Priest Robert Malm Accountable

An online petition has been started to hold perjuring priest Bob Malm, currently interim rector of St. Gabriel’s Episcopal in Marion, Massachusetts, accountable for his perjury, bullying, abuse of power, and his efforts to drag a dying woman into court.

Please visit my online petition at

Even better, please ask your friends to help
spread the word.

The dying woman Episcopal priest Bob Malm tried to drag into court


Breaking News: Grace Episcopal, the Clergy Perjury Parish, Hire Legal Counsel to Defend Perjuring Priest Bob Malm

Following my filing suit against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, Episcopal bishop Susan Goff, and the Diocese of Virginia, the diocese has finally responded with news that it’s represented by legal counsel. Meanwhile, I have filed a motion to compel.

Stay tuned for more on an abusive church, and a diocese that ignores it when clergy commit perjury.

Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish


Lawsuit Filed Against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the Clergy Perjury Parish

Following the announcement by perjuring Episcopal priest Bob Malm that he is retiring, I have filed suit in the Virginia courts against Grace Episcopal Church in Alexandria, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, and Episcopal bishop Susan Goff. In it, I charge civil conspiracy, abuse of process (which is when a legal proceeding is used for an unintended purpose), breach of fiduciary duty, and more.

Subpoenas already have gone out, asking for the exact language by which Bob Malm claims he was threatened, and documentation of his claim, made in writing, under oath, and while advised by Episcopal church attorney Jeffery Chiow, in which he falsely claimed that my mother, terminally ill, “time after time” makes appointments with him and no-shows. This he cited as one of the reasons he believes I have threatened him.

For those who may be wondering, Jeffery Chiow is a shareholder in the DC office of Rogers, Joseph and O’Donnell. In the course of his representation of the church, he made multiple false statements of fact to the courts, including that I had never been licensed to practice law. Jeff also referred to the case as one of “domestic terrorism.”

No response yet from the church or its insurance carrier, but I am prepared to bet that neither the church, nor its attorneys, nor Susan Goff will have the integrity to admit that Bob Malm committed perjury.

Time will tell.

Meanwhile, the church has actually named part of the building after perjuring priest Bob Malm.

Grace Episcopal, the Clergy Perjury Parish


News: Perjuring Priest Bob Malm Announces His Retirement

Bob Malm, the Episcopal priest who lied under oath in his efforts to obtain a protective order against former parishioner Eric Bonetti, has announced his retirement. The news comes as the church faces ongoing financial and other challenges resulting from Malm’s misconduct.

As part of Malm’s effort, he and attorney Jeffery Chiow, a shareholder in the law firm of Rogers, Joseph, O’Donnell, attempted to subpoena Bonetti’s terminally ill mother, Sigrid Yahner, in violation of relevant local law. Additionally, Chiow and Malm submitted numerous inaccurate statements to the courts, calling Bonetti a “domestic terrorist,” and referencing a fictional church shooting in the nonexistent town of “Sugarland Texas.” They also falsely informed the court that Bonetti had not previously served as a police officer, and that he has not been admitted to practice law.

Subsequently, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia refused to address Malm’s perjury, on the grounds that he had not been convicted of the crime of perjury. Thus, it would seem that all criminal behavior is okay for Episcopal clergy, as long as a criminal conviction doesn’t result.

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