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Kevin Stevenson: ‘Suing the Scientologists’ – The Phoenix, February 22nd 2013

A High Court case coming down the tracks promises to shed some light on the mysterious internal workings of the Church of Scientology in Ireland, which is being sued for €100,000 by a former member who is alleging 'fraud', 'undue influence', 'misrepresentation,' and 'infliction of emotional distress.' The Scientologists are contesting the allegations and are represented by Dublin solicitors, Noel Smyth & Partners.…


Posted by someone on February 22, 2013 at 1:00

"Belgium to bring fraud charges against Scientologists" - Irish Independent, December 29th 2012

BELGIAN federal prosecutors are preparing to bring charges, including fraud and extortion, against the Church of Scientology as a "criminal organisation", according to press reports.

Charges of fraud, illegal medicine, breaches of privacy and extortion have been drawn up against the church and two senior executives, 'De Tijd', Belgium's financial newspaper, has reported.

"The subpoenas have only just been sent to the Scientologists," the newspaper…


Posted by someone on December 29, 2012 at 1:00

“Anti-Scientology campaigners fear harassment” – The Sunday Times (Ireland), May 13th 2012

FORMER members of the Church of Scientology will hold a conference in Dublin next month to highlight the impact the movement has on followers.

The organiser is Pete Griffiths, a former director of an English Scientology mission, who says he has informed police at Dublin airport Scientologists may stage protests there against speakers arriving for the event.

Mike Rinder, a former chief spokesman for Scientology, claims when he came to Ireland in October he was…


Posted by someone on May 13, 2012 at 1:00

"Court upholds Scientology fraud ruling in France" - The Irish Times, February 3rd 2012

A FRENCH appeals court has upheld fraud charges and a €600,000 fine against the Church of Scientology for cajoling followers into paying large sums for bogus personality tests and cures.

Rejecting the church’s appeal against a 2009 ruling, the court said two French branches of the US-based organisation were guilty of “organised fraud” and gave four of its leaders suspended jail sentences of up to two years.

A French parliamentary committee described Scientology…


Posted by someone on February 3, 2012 at 1:00


Who are we?

Anonymous is a loose collection of grassroots activists dedicated to exposing and raising public awareness of the Scientology organisation. All coordination usually takes place on internet forums and chatrooms; there is no leadership or organisational hierarchy. The men and women who participate rarely know each other's real names, and are united only by their collective outrage at the Scientology organisation’s fraud and abuse.

What have we done?

On February 10th, 2008 Anonymous held its first worldwide picket against the Scientology organisation. Since that time Anonymous has leaked Scientology documents, held monthly protests spanning over 130 cities across 30 different countries and helped bring public attention to the cult’s activities.

Why protest Scientology?

There are many reasons to protest the Scientology organisation. You could protest because of Fair Game, a policy written by Scientology’s founder stating that SP’s (critics of the organisation) ”May be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed.” You could protest because of their practice of Disconnection which has split up many families. You could protest because of the many strange deaths associated with Scientology. You could protest because of their attempts to infiltrate governments, their fraud, their deceptive recruiting techniques, their victims and their use of methods that are akin to brainwashing. You could protest for any of these reasons. But what led to Anonymous' involvement was a little act of censorship as the following video explains:

How can I get involved?

First and foremost: educate yourself. The documentaries exposing Scientology on this page make a great place to start. You can also sign up to our forum where we will be happy to answer your questions. Anyone can participate in our monthly protests. If you do decide to protest, we strongly encourage you to wear a mask or otherwise conceal your identify in some way – the Scientologists will very likely try to photograph your face as they have at all our protests. We also encourage you to bring cake, flyers, placards and cake.




What does Scientology say?

According to Scientology press releases, internal leaks and Scientologist comments it appears that they think Anonymous is: A group of bored teenager Communist Nazi religiously bigoted Marcarbian mercenary psychiatrists who are funded by the German government, the Catholic church and the pharmaceutical industry.
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