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'Anonymous Exposed' Video Strikes Back at 'Anonymous' Members

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A new website posted this video documenting the alleged actions and threats taken by Anonymous against the Church of Scientology. The site, created two weeks ago, does not explicitly state an affiliation with the CoS but it documents what it alleges are "Religious Hate Crimes and Terrorism Directed at Church of Scientology."

Since January 17, 2008, "Anonymous," a group of cyber-terrorists hiding their identities behind masks and computer anonymity, has targeted the Scientology religion, its Churches, leaders and parishioners with hate speech and hate crimes -- Anonymous Exposed

The video accuses Anonymous member of (in less than three weeks time):

* 8,139 harassing or threatening phone calls
* 3.6 million malicious e-mails
* 141 million Web site attacks
* 10 Acts of vandalism
* 22 Bomb threats against churches and members
* 8 death threats

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