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AnonOrange – The Drama Continues

Posted in AnonOrange, Anonymous, arrested, church property, drama, Francois, scientology, trespassing, youtube on October 28, 2008 by secretdox

AnonOrange – The Drama Continues

AnonOrange, aka Francois, was arrested for trespassing Scientology church property.

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AnonOrange Has Been Arrested

Posted in AngryGayPope, AnonOrange, Anonymous, arrested, church, Donald Myers, Francois, harass, harassment, Hollywood, Myers, Orange County, restraining order, scientology, trespassing, youtube on October 28, 2008 by secretdox

AnonOrange Has Been Arrested

AnonOrange, a member of Anonymous from Orange County, California, a.k.a. 52-year-old Francois, was arrested on October 26, 2008 for trespassing on Scientology church property.  He was arrested by local Church security guards.  It looks like he also assaulted one of the security guards, whose hand was being bandaged up.  This comes just two days after his buddy “AngryGayPope” a.k.a. Donald Myers was served with his 3-year Restraining Order for harassing and following a Church staff member in Hollywood.

Boston Anonymous member has to stay away from Scientology

Posted in Anonymous, Anonymous organizer, Boston, Boston Municipal Court, continuance without a finding, disturbing an assembly of worship, disturbing the peace, harassment, leader, masked, Massachusetts, prison, scientology, stay away, trespassing on October 27, 2008 by secretdox

Boston Anonymous member has to stay away from Scientology

Short News is running an article about Massachusetts-based Anonymous organizer Gregg Housh. He pled at the Boston Municipal Court last Wednesday to stay away from the Church of Scientology after agreeing that the facts alleged against him were true.  These facts include harassment, disturbing the peace and disturbing religious worship.

The agreement, called a “Continuance without a Finding” and sealed by the judge for one year, was welcomed by both parties. Should Housh violate the agreement he faces one year in prison.

Housh was the one who also led a group of masked Anonymous members into the Boston Scientology church in March, which the Church considered to be trespassing and harassment.