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Scientologists don’t scare me!

July 21, 2008, 7:10 PM

I finally got the opportunity to scan the letter, and so here is the Church of Scientology’s effort to try and silence me, reprinted here in its entirety:

Scientology letter, Page 1

Scientology letter, Page 2

Additionally, here’s the letter in PDF format for your enjoyment.

So as you can see, how much of this letter applies to me? Maybe my name and address (the latter which I have redacted here), and the next to last paragraph. And all of that information is not that hard to find if you know where to look. Heck, I have a picture of myself from Operation Sea Arrrgh posted on the Web site. And I looked pretty darn good, if I do say so myself. The rest of it has nothing whatsoever to do with me. Does anyone even have any hard proof that the acts described there are even true, and if actually true, does anyone have any hard proof that the acts described are by someone actually connected to Anonymous? I’ll bet they really have no idea.

So all in all, what do we say about the Scilons’ attempt to intimidate me by calling me a terrorist to try and stop me from participating in events with Anonymous? EPIC FAIL, that’s what. I didn’t even get the “brief documentary” that they allegedly enclosed, for that matter. All I got was the two-page letter, rolled up and placed at my door. In fact, I’d say I’ve gotten more “epic lulz” out of this than I’ve gotten in a long time, and I’ve been getting some serious mileage out of this, using the whole concept of the letter to educate folks about the Church of Scientology’s “Fair Game” policy, which appears to be alive and well no matter what the Scilons say. And once again, it completely validates Project Chanology, which is Anonymous’s campaign against Scientology. The Scilons are hearing us loud and clear, and as you can tell, they don’t like what they are hearing.

So there you go…

Web site: One of my favorite Anonymous moments... Anonycon. Look for me and a few of my pals in this clip.

Song: RICKROLL'D!

Quote: So all in all, Schumin, epic win. Scilons, epic fail. Ha!

Categories: Project Chanology