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Marc Headley - Inciter of Violence and Religious Bigotry

Like present day violence and religious bigotry being fought in today’s world, Marc Headley, in his book, incited hatred toward the leader of the Church of Scientology. This triggered a sailor, who had merely read Headley’s book, to institute an online bomb threat requiring the Church to work with law enforcement to track him down and severely punish him.

Marc Headley: The Soulless Sellout

The courts have debunked the ludicrous “human trafficking” and “involuntary servitude” allegation against the Church that Lawrence Wright promoted in his “Going Clear” book and that HBO is exploiting.

Marc and Claire Headley: Mr. and Mrs. Anonymous - Media Sources for Hire

"While Marc Headley and I were stationed at the same international headquarters property for nearly 15 years, his views of some of Scientology founder Hubbard’s writings and my views differed greatly."

—Marty “Kingpin” Rathbun in Marc Headley’s self-published diatribe

"Anonymous" Hate Group Member Prosecuted, Religious Discrimination

A member of the hate group Anonymous, Mahoud Samed Almahadin, aka Matt Connor, was sentenced today in New York City Criminal Court in connection with a January 8, 2009, attack on the Church of Scientology of New York. (People vs. Almahadin, Mahoud; Criminal Docket 2009NY00410).

Anonymous Hate Group Member Sentenced for Attack on Scientology Websites

On Monday, May 24, 2010, Los Angeles Federal District Judge Gary Allen Feess sentenced Brian Thomas Mettenbrink of Grand Island, Nebraska, to 12 months in federal prison and a $20,000 restitution fine for engaging in a cyberattack in January 2008 on Church of Scientology websites (CR No. 09-1149-GAF).  Mettenbrink is a member of the hate group “Anonymous,” many members of which have been investigated or convicted of federal and state crimes over the past three years.

Anonymous Hate Group Member Sentenced in Crime Against New York Scientology Church

Another member of the hate group Anonymous, Jacob Speregen, was sentenced today in New York City Criminal Court in connection with a January 8, 2009, attack on the Church of Scientology of New York. (People vs. Almahadin, Mahoud; Criminal Docket 2009NY007516).

Marty Rathbun: Violent psychopath, cult militia leader

Long before his stunning fall from grace and expulsion from the Church of Scientology, Marty Rathbun was a practitioner of violence.

It was violence he perpetrated furtively, in secret.

It was the violence of a coward.

And, as cowards do, Rathbun—when confronted by his violence—would tearfully confess.

Punching his victims, throwing them over tables, shaking them, slamming them into walls and filing cabinets and, then, gleefully bragging about his brutish, thuggish behavior, it all spilled out in Marty Rathbun's own words.

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Marc Headley - Inciter of Violence and Religious Bigotry

Like present day violence and religious bigotry being fought in today’s world, Marc Headley, in his book, incited hatred toward the leader of the Church of Scientology. This triggered a sailor, who had merely read Headley’s book, to institute an online bomb threat requiring the Church to work with law enforcement to track him down and severely punish him.