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Monday, January 28, 2008 ends attack on Scientology

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Administrators for, one of the websites responsible for starting Project Chanology, a "raid" or attack against The Church of Scientology and their website, called off their attack.

In an exclusive interview with Wikinews, an administrator of 711chan states that the will "probably stay away from the CoS (Church of Scientology)."

"We're probably just going to stay away from the CoS raid. It was poorly managed. We could've brought down a lot more if we weren't just a bunch of unorganized brats," said 'Inaki', an administrator on

"Many people from 711chan still want to raid, but the administration is sick of it," added Inaki who also stated that "Partyvan IRC actually has decided to remove the raid."

Much of the reason stems from the fact that the attack on the Church was meant to stay within 711chan and that users were to stay "anonymous." An e-mail was leaked on the internet when the attack began exposing the script used to attack the Church's website.

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Anonymous said...

Who says 711chan did it in the first place? The church of scientology maintains that their websites were temporarily down due to increased volumes of traffic because of interest in their organization after excerpts of their promotional material were posted on the internet. I am confused...

Jason Safoutin said...

Of course they deny the attack but in reality, everyone was on YouTube and alike. They never had the video on their website. At least not publicly.

Anonymous said...

Thanks JS,

The church's websites did go down and if the church then declares that who/whatever they thought might have been responsible for this initially can no longer be held accountable, great!

An unsavoury attempt to rewrite history which should be condoned and countered? Perhaps, then again some of the church's publicly stated party lines might come in handy for some, in the event that a need for such should ever arise.

Anonymous said...

I heard it was EBaum's World, not 711chan.

Anonymous said...

The church's statement on CNET - Sat 26 Jan:

Now it seems the church has changed its mind, this just in an hour ago on Radar Online Mon 28 Jan:

Flip-flopping church, make up your mind will you, haha!

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