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Gregg Housh Court Hearing

Posted in Anonymous, Boston, Boston Municipal Court, case, court, criminal, Gregg, Gregg Housh, Judge, Judge Thomas C. Horgan on November 4, 2008 by secretdox

Here is an actual recording of Anonymous leader Gregg Housh’s last court hearing where he basically admits to committing criminal acts against the Church of Scientology in Boston.  Judge Horgan is asking him to admit to certain facts and criminal acts and of course Gregg freely admits to them.


Chanology Exposed – Special Release 2 – Intro

Posted in Anonymous, chanology, core, denvetta, enturbulation, exposed, Gregg Housh, januszeal, mepholic, poppins, stackd, wafflepenis, WB, whyweprotest on November 3, 2008 by secretdox

See for further data.

But, here is the intro:

This issue features:
whyweprotest’s irc
and some hot ownage.

Thanks to:
denvetta for getting me started with this
mepholic for keeping me on my toes
stackd for being a bit of a mentor to me
januszeal for sucking a lot of dong (<3!)
core for buying turtles everyday.
WB for leet ascii skillz.

nobody in chanology has a clue what they’re doing.

WhyWeProtest Has Got Issues

Posted in anonnewswire, Anonymous, Gregg Housh, whyweprotest on November 3, 2008 by secretdox

Anonnewswire has just informed the public that has got some serious issues. Liek serious issues. Liek OMG!



Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 02:15:58 +0000
Please stand by.

We are working on the issues at hand.

I think Poppins has some issues.

WhyWeProtest is So Down

Posted in Anonymous, down, Gregg Housh, whyweprotest on November 3, 2008 by secretdox

Liek so down.

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Posted in Anonymous, Back Bay, Boston, Boston Municipal Court, church of scientology, cyber terrorists, Department of Justice, destruction, distrupt, disturbing religious services, disturbing the peace, Dmitriy Guzner, felony charges, finding of guilt, Gregg Housh, Guzner, House of Correction, leader, Massachusetts, New Jersey, order, plead guilty, prison, religious services, scientology, South End, stay away, websites, Woburn on October 27, 2008 by secretdox



Gregg Housh

BOSTON – A Woburn, Massachusetts man (Gregg Housh) was ordered to stay away from the Church of Scientology of Boston for one year after admitting he disrupted religious services there in February 2008.

In the Boston Municipal Court, Gregg Housh, 32, admitted to facts sufficient to warrant a finding of guilt on charges of disturbing the peace and disturbing religious services for leading a February 10, 2008 disturbance at the Boston Church of Scientology.  Housh’s case was continued for one year, the terms of which include a court order to stay away from the Church of Scientology of Boston’s locations in the Back Bay and the South End.  

Housh is the self-proclaimed leader of the Boston cell of an underground cyber-terrorist group called Anonymous.  He is the second member of Anonymous to face criminal charges in the past week for acts committed against a Scientology Church.  On Friday October 17th, The U.S. Department of Justice announced the filing of federal criminal charges against New Jersey Anonymous member Dmitriy Guzner related to the January, 2008 attempted destruction of websites owned by the Church of Scientology.  Guzner has agreed to plead guilty to felony charges that could send him to prison for ten years.

At the October 21 hearing, Boston Municipal Court Judge Thomas C. Horgan warned Housh that if he violates any of the terms of his probation he could face one year in the House of Correction.

For further information:

Marc La Casse, Esq.
The McCormack Firm, LLC
One International Place
Boston, MA 02110
Gerard Renna
Church of Scientology of Boston
448 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02115

Scientology: Los Angeles Superior Court Issues Restraining Order Against Member Of Anonymous

Posted in Anonymous, Auvinen, bomb threats, Boston, Boston Municipal Court, Church of Scientology International, computer crimes, court, crimes, criminal acts, criminal charges, cyber terrorists, death threats, Department of Justice, destruction, Dmitriy Guzner, Donald Myers, felony charges, Finland, firearms, Gregg Housh, gun, Guzner, harass, Hollywood, intimidated, investigation, Jokela High School, Judge, justice, killed, L Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition, law enforcement, Los Angeles, media, message, Myers, New Jersey, Pekka, Pekka-Eric Auvinen, plead guilty, prison, restraining order, scientology, sexual slurs, shot, stalk, stay away, students, Superior Court, taunting, terrorists, threats, vandalism, victim, websites, woman on October 27, 2008 by secretdox

Scientology: Los Angeles Superior Court Issues Restraining Order Against Member Of Anonymous

A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge on Friday, October 24, 2008, issued a restraining order against Donald Myers, a member of a cyber-terrorist group known as Anonymous. The order requires Myers to stay at least 50 yards away from a female Scientologist he stalked and harassed. The order also requires Myers to stay away from the L. Ron Hubbard Life Exhibition at the Church of Scientology International building in Hollywood where the victim works, and stay 50 yards away from the woman’s home. The restraining order lasts for 3 years unless renewed.

Myers was found to have engaged in acts of harassment against the young woman, after video evidence was submitted to the court showing Myers stalking her, taunting her with sexual slurs, and refusing repeated requests to leave her alone. Myers was also ordered by the court to turn over any firearms in his possession to the police.

This is the second restraining order issued against a member of Anonymous this week. On October 21, a Boston Court ordered self-styled Anonymous leader Gregg Housh to stay 100 yards away from the Boston Church of Scientology. Housh was placed on probation for one year with the threat from the Court that if he violates the restraining order or any other law, he faces a year in prison. 

Anonymous has been implicated in numerous criminal acts, including bomb threats, death threats, vandalism and computer crimes which are being investigated by law enforcement.

On October 17, The U.S. Department of Justice filed federal criminal charges against New Jersey Anonymous member Dmitriy Guzner related to the January 2008 attempted destruction of websites owned by the Church of Scientology. Guzner has agreed to plead guilty to felony charges that could send him to prison for ten years.

In November 2007, Anonymous member Pekka-Eric Auvinen shot and killed seven students, a nurse and a teacher at Jokela High School in Finland before turning the gun on himself and taking his own life. Prior to these acts Auvinen stated on a website used by Anonymous that he would do this all “in the name of Anonymous.” He was immediately encouraged to carry out his threats by other members of the group, who afterwards called him a “hero.” 

“Law enforcement and the courts are seeing through the false image that the cyber-terrorist group Anonymous tries to portray to the media and are sending a clear message to everyone – if Anonymous breaks the law, Anonymous will suffer the legal consequences” said Karin Pouw of the Church of Scientology International. She also said that “the Church will never be intimidated by the criminal acts committed by Anonymous members and will continue to work with law enforcement to bring the perpetrators of these crimes to justice for the protection of the Church and all groups targeted by these terrorists.” 

For Further Information contact:

Karin Pouw
Church of Scientology International


Posted in alarm, anarchists, Anonymous, Beacon Street, Boston, Boston Municipal Court, church of scientology, criminal harassment, District Attorney, disturbing an assembly of worship, disturbing the peace, Gregg, Gregg Housh, harassment, Housh, Judge Thomas C. Horgan, prosecutors, protest, Protester, scientology, Suffolk, Woburn on October 23, 2008 by secretdox


Oct. 22, 2008 


A Boston Municipal Court judge today continued for one year the case against a Woburn man alleged to have disturbed proceedings at the Back Bay Church of Scientology earlier this year, and will dismiss the case if the defendant abides by certain conditions during that time. 

Judge Thomas C. Horgan imposed a one-year continuance without a finding in the case against GREGG HOUSH (D.O.B. 10/17/76), who had been charged with disturbing an assembly of worship and disturbing the peace. 

If Housh stays away from the Back Bay headquarters of the Church of Scientology and its expected new headquarters in Boston’s South End, and if he does not re-offend in any other manner, those charges will be dismissed. If he does not abide by those terms, Housh’s case could be put back on track for trial. 

Also in today’s proceedings, Suffolk prosecutors affirmatively moved to dismiss an additional charge of criminal harassment against Housh. After a review of the evidence, prosecutors determined they could not meet their burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt on this charge and could not in good faith move forward with it. 

Had the case gone to trial, prosecutors would have introduced evidence and testimony to show that Housh and others entered the Church of Scientology’s Beacon Street building in a boisterous manner during a March 1 protest, disturbing the proceedings and alarming those inside. 

Attorney Michael Dlott represented Housh.