Thursday, April 10, 2008

Masks To Unmask

Evan Bryner, a 22-year-old Anonymous member who has become a grassroots leader in the group, is apparently shown here in a photo taken at a March 5th Project Chanology demonstration. According to ASU Web Devil's Christina Caldwell:
Bryner insists his personal problem with Scientology is not with the Scientologists themselves, but with the thought that a follower of Scientology has to pay to learn more about the church doctrine and its stories, he says.

"If someone wants to be a Scientologist, I have no problem with that," Bryner says. "Freedom of religion is a guarantee in this country — as long as Scientology is seen as a religion. If there's one day that it's not, then they lose that freedom."

Losing the status of "religion" in the eyes of the IRS is Anonymous' ultimate goal in taking on Scientology. Currently, Scientology is recognized as a religion and a nonprofit organization, therefore the church does not have to pay taxes.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That isn't him. :)

April 11, 2008 9:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol @ your obsession and failure. the person pictured is definitely not him, not that it would even matter seeing as how he's still MASKED.

April 21, 2008 11:00 AM  
Blogger Gracie Passette said...

You know, you guys are really boring. I've deleted all the comments with just the name over and over again, and a few of these "it's not him" posts. See in the post the word "apparently"? I'm only reporting what is stated elsewhere.

And one post hardly makes a person obsessed.

Put on your masks and post useless comments elsewhere.

April 21, 2008 5:00 PM  

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