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10/31/2019

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