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Photo Essay: March 15 Hollywood Anonymous Scientology Protest

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Today was the second worldwide Anonymous protest organized via, the Anonymous website dedicated to the founder's birthday, two days prior. A few hundred protestors hit Hollywood Blvd. at L. Ron Hubbard Way in the East Hollywood area. The Scientologist center had a film permit and they were doing some kind of filming. Also their TV billboard was playing inspirational-like videos with Disney-esque music, which provided a creepy soundtrack to the visuals of people protesting in masks.

Here's some of the action below and a video of the LAPD at the protest posted earlier today...

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