It doesn't get any better than this. Tony Ortega AND David Love http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/2012/04/david_edgar_love_scientology_by_the_balls.php When I talked to David Edgar Love by Skype at his Montreal apartment Wednesday evening, he sounded exhausted -- he'd had only an hour of sleep in the past two days."I'm pretty tired. I was up until about 5 this morning, then I had mnql1 [Ed. - FTW!!!] wake me up at 6 and had that radio interview," he says, crediting his good friend and translator -- mnql1 -- one of many members of Anonymous who have supported Love as, over the last two and a half years, he's waged a one-man war against Scientology's Narconon drug treatment center in Trois-Rivières, Quebec...."Getting a Narconon shut down is an unprecedented accomplishment," says David Touretzky, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University who for years has collected information about Narconon and warned the public about its unscientific methods. "SomeNarconon franchises have closed or relocated for business reasons, but getting one shuttered by a government agency is nearly impossible. David Love has been working on this for years; he richly deserves a victory lap."...As shown in their article and at Touretzky's website, this information about Narconon has been around for years. But getting government officials to do something about it is another matter.(Ed. - Tory Christman: I like Anonymous. They don't talk. They do.)...Eventually, he turned over about 3,700 pages of documents that he'd managed to either smuggle out of the center or research and write on his own. ... He works at a marketing center to pay the bills (he's currently on leave), but what has sustained him, he says, is the help he started receiving from members of Anonymous after news of his effort to fight the Narconon center began to spread on the Internet. When word of his limited resources became known, people simply began sending him checks to help him keep going. "I wouldn't have survived without Anonymous," he says. ... While some of the Trois-Rivières patients may just get moved to other centers, Love says he's not satisfied only closing down the Quebec facility. He's turning his attention to Narconon's flagship center in Oklahoma."I'm going down there to meet Colin Henderson [Ed. - FTW!!!], my friend who was in Narconon down there," he says. "I'm going to go down there and shut it down. I don't care what it takes."