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LAPD's Perspective on March 15 Anonymous Scientology Protest

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Taken around 12:00 p.m. PST, March 15th, 2008

Today at the Anonymous protest in Hollywood, the LAPD arrived to let the protestors to just be careful of themselves and not get hit by cars. Other LAPD on the scene seemed to be retired officers there for an on-location film shoot the Scientology center had going on. Very surreal.

More of Anonymous on LAist
-- March 15 Protest Photo Essay
-- February 10 Protest Photo Essay #1
-- February 10 Protest Photo Essay #2

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