So this is not really a Scientology story, but it hurts the Village Voice, whose editor Tony Ortega has been a key figure in Scientology reporting. As you all know, the Village Voice media owns a site named the backpage. It is quite similar to Craig's list, with one difference - it allows adult adds. About two years ago, backpage came under attack from Christian groups, who alleged that the backpage facilitates the trafficking of minors. The Village Voice people responded by stating that those adds are covered by the first amendment (freedom of speech) and that the backpage has tens if not hundreds of employees who monitor the site and cooperate with the law enforcement if they see suspicious adds. I will not enter into a discussion who is wrong and who is right in this situation. However, it appears that Scientology jumped on the bandwagon and opened a website called the Village Voice Pimps, where it calls Tony Ortega a pimp, trying to "dead-agent" him. Of course the owner of the site, who also has a Twitter account does not identify himself, so it's impossible to know for certain who is behind it, but it sure looks like OSA. On Saturday, NY Times writer Nick Kristof published an article called "Where pimps peddle their goods," describing a story of a young woman who was victimized at the age of 16 and forced into prostitution. In his article he placed the blame exclusively on the backpage and the Village Voice. He even states: The problem - backpage did not exist when Alyssa was first pimped, and later on it had no presence in any of the cities were she was pimped. Here is a response from the Village Voice: I am concerned that we will see more and more attacks on the Village Voice of that kind, which of course might affect Tony Ortega's reporting on Scientology and thus will hurt project Chanology. I bet OSA is real happy right now. Hence, please read the whole story and comment if you can.