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These non-Scientologists were hurt or offended by Scientology before
2008 and started speaking out during that period. Journalists, lawyers,
scholars, religous leaders and others are in this group.
They got burned but recovered from their period of shame, embarrassment
and bad dreams. Then they fought back. Scientology took all their
money so just try getting donations out of them right after they
These masked protesters arrived after 2007. It usually takes three
months for Scientology to discover their identities and they become
"NOT ANONYMOUS." They always wear masks.
These protesters arrived after 2007 and they did not hide their identities
OR Scientology discovered their identities. But they sometimes still
wear masks anyway as a form of intimidation.
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GAY POPE ANONYMOUS→NOT ANYMOUS
Fair gamed, four restraining orders, one misdemeanor vandalism prosecution,
two depositions. One restraining order dropped, misdemeanor vandalism charges
reduced (plea bargain). Sole remaining restraining order expires May 2013.
BUNKER (WISE BEARD MAN) OLD GUARD XENUTV.COM He has a
long history of exposing and being dicked over by the cult see
Clearwater, Florida. He explains: "Beginning in 1997, I started
using my background in film production to help inform people about Scientology's
harmful practices. Scientology has not been happy about the exposure. They've
attacked me on many fronts starting with a webpage set up to smear my name.
In 1999, I created the website
XENU TV which features
streaming video about Scientology. The site lay dormant for a couple of years
as I moved to Clearwater, Florida to join with Bob Minton and Stacy Brooks
Lisa McPherson Trust where I produced videos for LMT Media.
working for the LMT, I traveled to Chicago to film an interview with two dentists
who were trying to obtain a large refund from Scientology. To disrupt the interview,
Scientology hired off duty police officers who arrested me for trespassing
even though I was on a public sidewalk. More than a year later, I stood trial
and was acquitted of all charges. One week after this arrest, I was assisting
a German film crew as they shot a documentary about Scientology in Clearwater,
Florida. While videotaping, I was attacked by a man who struck my camera with
a hammer. The man was ultimately arrested and sent to jail on unrelated charges
which were uncovered during the investigation of the hammer attack. The
time I've spent covering Scientology has been, to say the least, interesting.
Since the LMT closed in late 2001, I have been working in TV news.
In 2006, I won my first Emmy Award for a story on Border Issues in the San
SMURF EX-SCIENTOLOGIST Fair gamed,
visited numerous times by
Tommy Davis and other visitors who beat him or offered him incentives to
stop protesting. Born a Mormon he got his mother into Scientology.
When he left he had to disconnect from her. She died in Scientology and willed
her estate to them. While in Scientology Smurf rose in the ranks of OSA until
he was working for Kendrick
Moxon and doing his dirty tricks. Then they asked him to kill people.
In his own words: "I testified under oath in several court cases,
including one which Graham Berry defended,
about Eugene Ingram & Rick Moxon's direct complicity in a secret project
in which I was directed to go to Chicago and murder Cynthia Kisser (then director
Cult Awareness Network) & her child to send a clear message to the
cult's critics end all criticisms of the cult. I was advised to protect the
cult at all costs, and if my identity became known to law-enforcement, I was
to commit TKO (total knock-out.. putting a loaded gun into my mouth upwards
toward the gums & pull the trigger). Why was I commit suicide in this manner?
I did not know it at the time, but was informed by Ingram that shooting myself
in this manner assured the brain stem was severed and I would most certainly
die, thereby, protecting the tech & cult.
Later, I was ordered to
murder Ford Greene, an attorney in Marin County, who is a longtime opponent
of the cult and of whom Moxon hates to the core. I testified to the orders
given, who ordered the hits, how I was to carry them out and because one involved
cutting the brake lines to a van (which I had no clue how to do), I was taught
how to do so.
Miscavige, of course, claimed these were lies, as they have declared in
every suspicious death, and their have been many, which occurred at the hands
of cult members or on their properties. It should be noted as well, that I
gave this sworn testimony in a taped, 17-day deposition which took place over
a 62-day period (because the cult repeatedly tried to stop me from testifying
about my role in OSA's activities in the cult.. with endless motions which
were eventually overruled). But, soon thereafter, Graham Berry's law firm abruptly
ended their legal battles with the cult (after digging up extra-marital dirt
on Graham's boss and using a paid legal whore to convey the blackmail to his
boss)and doing so without Graham's knowledge and while he was on vacation at
the time). The cult's paid whore, John Quinn, had an article written about
him: Caffeinated, Aggressive & Brash, Esq. - John Quinn - Quinn Emanuel
Urquhart Oliver & Hedges | Fast Company.
Because of the numerous
problems Moxon endured with the court case Graham was defending a client in,
Moxon's associate Tim Bowles was routed out of his in-house job and the infamous
Bowles & Moxon law firm was renamed Moxon & Kobrin. Though Tim Bowles,
now in private practice in Pasadena is as complicit in ordering the hits on
Kisser & Greene as was Rick Moxon. It should be noted that after
Graham's law firm folded due to the blackmail scheme, Bowles & Moxon were
successful in having my sworn, videotaped testimony & hundreds of documents &
photos entered into evidence, filed under court seal by federal Judge Harold
Hopp. It remains sealed today & Moxon has made known that the cult will
do whatever it takes in time & money to keep my testimony under seal.
It is my firm belief that Rick Moxon's daughter, Stacy Grove Moxon-Meyer,
was murdered to keep her quiet. And her sociopath father was complicit in her
murder by doing nothing to challenge the findings of "accidental death." There
is evidence that Stacy was not happy at Gold & wanted to leave & was
making plans to do so. As complicit in her death as Rick Moxon, was Stacy's
husband, Derek, who is still in the cult, and who remained quiet after her
GLIB Fair gamed, deposed. Present at Anonorange/Xenubarb beating.
NATHANIAL NOT ANONYMOUS Hailing
from Honolulu, Hawaii Nasty Nathanial was once the part of the cast of a
Hawaiian television show called "Shaka Shakedown". He's traveled
extensively in the Philippines where he has participated in crucifixions
during the country's Holy Week, sponsored a "Miss Gay" beauty pageant for
inmates inside of the Manila City Jail, and even climbed on top of the roof
of a burning building to film Filipino firefighters attempting to put out a
massive structure fire. He currently films and writes for
mostly recently ol' Nasty Nathanial has had his eye on Scientology ever
since falling in love with a PAC Base bike guard. I guess you could say he
was bit by the Scientology "Love Bug."
PUPPY ANONYMOUS Present at Anonorange/Xenubarb
beating. One of the few truly anonymous protesters. The cult never
found out who he was. Or they never admitted it or acted on it.
In other words, while the folks around him were getting subpoenaed he got away
XENUBARB OLD GUARD Fair gamed, threatened
with arrest. Beaten at Gold Base with AnonOrange.
TORY MAGOO (TORY CHRISTMAN) EX-SCIENTOLOGIST YOUTUBE PAGE
Village Voice: Tory Mago (Christman) was once such a dedicated Scientologist,
she called herself "Queen of the OSA volunteers." She was so determined to
help out the Office of Special Affairs -- Scientology's intelligence and covert
operations wing -- she went online to do battle with the church's critics.
But in the year 2000, the skirmishes being waged at the Usenet newsgroup alt.religion.scientology
were fierce and frenetic -- how would she be able to make a dent? Her strategy
was to post relentlessly, day and night, and under the moniker "Magoo." She
wrote so often, defending Scientology by making vicious attacks on its critics,
other users of a.r.s came to believe that Magoo was really a team of OSA employees
working around the clock. The truth
finally came out in spectacular fashion, when on July 20, 2000, Tory announced
to the world her real identity, and that she was abandoning Scientology. It
turned out that while she was doing battle with church critics, their arguments
had begun to give her doubts, and a caring overture by Andreas Heldal-Lund
made her question her deepest beliefs. Tory's defection seemed to symbolize
the dire threat a connected world posed to an organization built on secrecy
and control. If Tory was a relentless church defender, she's been an
even more relentless critic since her famous escape.
MARK BUNKER ON TORY: I met Tory
when she was still in Scientology. I encountered her and her then-husband Harold
Bezazian at several protests in which she tried to handle critics of the group.
She and Harold were good people. I could see that then. I enjoyed my encounters
with them. Tory was feisty but sweet and Harold had a nice sense of humor.
He looked a lot like Wayne Newton, too, so it was hard to think of him as a
badass. A year later in 2000 Tory left the group and came to the Lisa McPherson
Trust for help. I wish I had been at the airport when she arrived in Clearwater
because Scientology was waiting to try to snatch her up before she could join
us and the police had to intercede. We didn't want our camera there because
we didn't want Tory to think we were out to exploit her situation. Ironically,
it didn't take long for Tory to decide she wanted to speak on camera and
she hasn't stopped since.
We took her to a protest in Boston and she was so pissed off by Scientology's
actions that she got out
of the car to join in. Since that time, Tory has given numerous speeches
about her experiences and she always charms the crowd with her natural warmth,
her good humor and her ability to connect with people one on one even while
in front of a large group. She instinctively picks out a person in the group
and explains how a process like disconnection can affect that one person and
makes the experience something to which we can more easily relate. Her
at the Center for Inquiry West has several good examples of that technique.
When she left Scientology, her entire world evaporated. Her husband, her friends,
former co-workers all disconnected. She found a new family online. I got Tory
a webcam and walked her through how to use it and she makes almost daily videos
to post on YouTube. The power of these videos is pretty staggering. There are
millions of videos online but Tory has cut through the clutter. I've been around
the world with her and seen people stop us in the street because they recognize
Magoo from her videos. The most amazing incident was when we were walking outside
the BBC in London with John Sweeney. We passed some dude who could have cared
less that a nationally renowned TV journalist was standing there with us. It
was the sight of Magoo which stopped him in his tracks. Tory also talks about
her experiences every day with people in restaurants, and shops. She hands
out cards with URLs of sites like xenutv.com and xenu.net and posts her phone
number online so people can call her and get answers and advice. I only wish
I had her energy. There's no stopping Magoo.
ANONPOET ANONYMOUS Frisked by police under
suspicion of "terrorism."
CAMBURN OLD GUARD FROM
THE VILLAGE VOICE Ida Camburn (1923-2010) lost a son
to Scientology, and she began fighting the organization so long ago, references
to her were found in church documents seized in the 1977 FBI raids. I came
to know her because, back in the day, you couldn't write about Scientology
without hearing from Ida Camburn. Living right in the shadow of Scientology's
secretive desert headquarters, she would send encouraging e-mails and pass
on tips, and nothing ever seemed to discourage her. As I said earlier this
year, when documents became public that showed Ida had been duped by a Scientology
mole to gather information about journalist Richard Leiby, that revelation
made me very angry: "No one, in the 16 years I've been reporting on Scientology,
was more pleasant and helpful than Ida Camburn," I wrote. She is missed.