Feb. 10, 2008: Day of worldwide protests against Scientology

Today, Feb. 10, 2008, is the anniversary of what would have been Lisa McPherson‘s 49th birthday.

Lisa, who died on Dec. 5, 1995 under suspicious circumstances, is considered by many to be a victim of Scientology’s quackery.

Now there is video of a year 2000 events in which Scientology leader David Miscavige mocks the death of Lisa McPherson while spinning the facts on how they ‘won’ the criminal case filed against the ‘church’:

The videos were been posted to YouTube on Feb. 8 — just two days before the day of worldwide protests against Scientology.

Hackers who launched a massive online attack against the Church of Scientology are now turning to real-world protests to draw attention to what they call a “vast moneymaking scheme under the guise of €˜religion.”€˜

The loosely organized group of hackers, who meet up and coordinate attacks through Internet Relay Chat channels, have set Feb. 10 for a wave of protests at Scientology locations worldwide.
Scientology Internet Hackers Plan Real-Life Protests at Church Locations

A video posted to YouTube details suggested guidelines for the day of protests outside the cult’s offices around the world:

Guidelines for Feb. 10 protests.

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