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We Could Listen to These Anonymous Anti-Scientology Rants All Day

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Anonymous, the robovoice behind the Church of Scientology protests around the DFW, is back today with another message "to the general public in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area." (Must be a local -- no, ahem, "Metroplex.") The video's after the jump, but apparently, s/he wants to answer some of your questions concerning the protests, including the forthcoming throwdown at Dealey Plaza on April 12 at 11 a.m. Chief among the questions Anonymous gets all the time: "Why? Who are we? How can I help?" My question is: Will you record my outgoing voice-mail message? --Robert Wilonsky

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