AnonyNews 10.7 (February 13th - 19th) [SIZE="4"]LA press conference - Ex Scientologists speak out[/SIZE] On February 12, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA six former Scientology Sea Org members took the stage at the Steve Allen Theater to expose abusive conditions inside the Church of Scientology. The event was hosted by the Center for Inquiry West and held to commemorate the two year anniversary of the Project Chanology segment of Anonymous taking a stand worldwide to peacefully protest the criminal policies and abusive practices the Church of Scientology adheres too. The featured speakers at this phenomenal event included the following folks: Ex-Scientologists Marc Headley, Jeff Hawkins, Laura Decrescenzo, Maureen Bolstad, Will Fry, Nancy Many and critic Mark Bunker. Links to their speeches can be found in the video description. [SIZE="4"] Tommy Davis blasts Catholic Online due to conference report[/SIZE] After publishing a report on the LA press conference, Tommy Davis wrote the publishers and expressed his severe opposition to their report. In it he attached material which should defend the legitimacy of Scientology as a religion. Further more he accuses them of promoting religious hatred towards Scientologists and that they appear to be acting as publicist for Anonymous, which he once again compares to the KKK. As Mr. Davis wished for "the truth" to be published, Catholic Online will continue to write critically about Scientology. [SIZE="4"]Tommy Davis gets trolled IRL[/SIZE] After the LA press conference February 12th three anons were leaving the Steve Allen Theater, and passed a car with none other than Mr. Tommy Davis himself inside. The Anon driving was fast enough to catch on and turn around, while the anon in the backseat pulled out the video camera. A third was in the front seat, and put on the GF mask. They pulled up next to him and started waving at him furiously. Anon think that they may have been going to Celebrity Center, but they passed it because they were being followed. They stayed next to them for about five blocks, waving the whole time. Footbullet man looked more pissed than he did at Martin Bashir asking him about Xenu. [SIZE="4"] German Verfassungsschutz warning against Scientology front groups[/SIZE] The state OPC of Baden-Württemberg Germany warns against a cloaked subsidiary of the Scientology Organization. The campaign "United for Human Rights", which is extensively advertised for on the internet, was a "bold deception maneuver by Scientology" said Beate Bube, the President of the State Office, in an interview. Under the cover of Human Rights the organization tried to recruit members. The hidden recruitment action was mainly directed at children and youths. "People are supposed to come into contact with Scientology via topics that are considered positive", Bube told the newsmagazine "Focus". There was the danger of young, in particular idealistic, people unknowingly joining a subgroup of Scientology and being instrumentalized in a subtle manner." Bube pointed out that Scientology was "trampling all over the fundamental rights such as freedom of opinion and the universal claim of civil rights". [SIZE="4"]New EU Scientology HQ opened in Bruessel[/SIZE] Even though two cases of Scientology are being investigated right now in Belgium, the brand new European headquarters of Scientology was inaugurated in Brussels a few weeks ago. ‘Koppen’ was the first TV crew to be taken on an extensive tour. In the report, both the pro Scientology side of a 'Church' spokesperson, and the contra Scientology side in the form of an ex-Scientology member, are shown. [SIZE="4"]Anti-Anonymous fliers in San Jose[/SIZE] In San Jose, new flyers against Anonymous are being passed out by the Church of Scientology to inform their neighbors of these "hate criminals". The money for these flyers came from Tom Schulz & Mariana Bozesan, who receive tax money from the ecological minister in Germany through their site Time of Change. A lot of companies can be linked back to Bozesan and Schulz. The relationship between these two and Scientology is not yet clear, but Anonymous is on the case. [SIZE="4"]San Jose meeting with Delorme Mckee-Stovall[/SIZE] Anonymous members in San Jose met up with the "Network for a Hate Free Community" Coordinator Delorme MeKee-Stovall last week. The meeting was held to clear up any falsifications and claims that the local Church of Scientology has made. After 40 minutes, everything seemed to have turned out positively for Anonymous. But not long after the meeting Anonymous was asked by her to cancel the protest, and in return the flyers would not be distributed. Of course Anonymous declined and is now preparing for the shitstorm to roll up. All the interesting bits and details can be found in the thread on WWP. [SIZE="4"]Moxon vs Berry.. or rather Berry vs Moxon?[/SIZE] By filing a new personal law suit against Graham Berry on January 5, 2010 Scientology chief lawyer Kendrick L. Moxon Rick Moxon has fired a major foot bullet. The law permits Berry to show how Moxon engaged in crime, fraud and abuse to obtain the orders against him in the Berry and Pattinson cases. If Berry prevails the ramifications could be very significant. As you will read in his papers, there is overwhelming evidence in support of his claims. It may take some time to get all three volumes of exhibits scanned and uploaded so please be patient if you are interested in reading of a saga that even John Grisham could not conceive. This is one of those times when the truth really is stranger than fiction. [SIZE="4"]Ex-Sci Tommy Gorman's car gets vandalized after protest[/SIZE] After the Ex-Scientologists' press conference on February the 12th, the car of Ex-Scientologist Tommy Gorman was vandalized repeatedly over several days. The gas tank was filled with a white substance, bolts under the hood were unscrewed, and pieces were broken off. The police are currently investigating the case. [SIZE="4"]US Dep't of Labor Bibliography shows child labor in Scientology Australia[/SIZE] In Volume 1 of the 2009 "Annotated Bibliography of Child and Forced Labor Information," the US department shows, on the basis of the Australian "Today Tonight" show, that the Church of Scientology in Australia makes children work an 8 hour day in the Orgs, instead of giving them a proper education. This makes one wonder why the US does not investigate such matters in their own country, and only take any notice after a news team broadcasts a report about this horrible subject.