| Despite his jolly name, the cult is not happy with "Happy Smurf" Garry Scarff. This ex-OSA agent has been followed in LA 2008 because of his protest activities with Anonymous. |
He has found Scientologist visitors at his door in Hollywood several days a week. On one such visit he was handed a phony "cease and desist" order. He is looking to get a restraining order against the cultists who keep visiting him. One frequent visitor has been cult spokesman Tommy Davis who has begged Smurf to come back to the cult. "You'll work directly under David Miscavige himself!" Davis boasted. "Big deal!" Smurf replied. "Why would I want to work under a man who is sure to beat me?"
Meanwhile the cult has used an old photograph of Smurf next to another man named Keith Hensen to try to keep anyone who has been near him from protesting at Gold Base in Hemet, CA. It didn't work. Americans have a constitutional right to protest even if they have been seen with other people in photographs taken years ago! Yet Smurf continues to be followed and harassed at his home.
Samples of the threats of legal harassment Smurf endured, as did many other 2008 protesters, is below. This was standard tech in 2008 to deal with all protesters. It just took a while longer to reach Happy Smurf. First they tested the docs on Anon protesters they unmasked.
But here is the weird part. Years ago when Smurf was a cultist they paid him to watch a protester named Keith Henson. They got photographs of him next to Keith Henson. Keith Henson was banned from protesting at the cult's homeworld Gold Base. When Smurf protested at Gold Base in 2008 the cult actually threatened him legally and tried to convince police to make him leave. Their evidence? He was seen with someone in a photograph many years ago and that person had been banned from coming here. Pathetic? Of course!
It is just one example of how the Scientology legal department sits around trying to find every possible way to threaten legal harassment even if it won't stand up in court. The point is to harass not to win.
Overall Smurf continues to play both sides against each other.