Advice from a longtime lurker of scientology forums (note - I have edited this slightly since originally posting it). I am breaking my rule of never commenting on Scientology. I have followed news on it for many years and consider their Fair Game policies towards those declared as Suppressive to be a grave threat to the open marketplace of ideas. My advice to your movement, which I cannot be a part of is as follows: 1) March in front of federal buildings in addition to the churches for your second round of protests on the justification that you are protesting scientology's tax exempt status, and the questionable circumstances on how they got it. Pass out flyers solely focusing on their record in court before the IRS reversed themselves, and reasons why the IRS may have done so. 2) You may even want to consider protesting in the center of cities for other protests. While this would have a disadvantage in terms of spreading information to beginning scientologists, such scientologists are going to be locked in their orgs anyway. On the plus side, a protest in front of federal buildings, that was registered in advance, would be more difficult to defend from the scientology perspective as it would be away from their turf. Further, the federal buildings already have a built in security network, the federal protective services, under homeland security, that would possibly be able to witness any counterschenanigans from the Church of Scientology 3) Contact Electronic Frontier Foundation regarding legal representation. You might be able to interest some of their crusaders for electronic freedom. 4) Recruit law professor bloggers, such as the ones on Profslawblog or Volokh Conspiracy (or even instapundit) to publish on the legal issues that some of Scientology's tactics raise. Such bloggers are heavily read by judges and legal opinion leaders. 5) Create a list of blogs that are high profile (TruthLaidBear has or had a ranking) and that have written on Scientology in the past. Make sure that they receive all important information, studies, and press releases. The next three pieces of advice follow around this observation: If you pressure Scientology's lawyers, you pressure Scientology's ability to friviously threaten in an illegal manner. This, in my opinion, is Scientology's true "ruin." 6) Create a list of law firms that have supported scientology. While not many elite law students would think of working at Moxon's law firm, Williams and Connolly is an extremely prestigious place to work. However, they recruit from the elite law students of the world, a group with many options that would likely shun them if they found out that the law firm is supporting scientology. 7 ) If you identify other prestigious law firms besides Williams and Connolly, consider protesting that law firms office in addition to scientology. While Scientology does not have a good name to sully, the law firms that aid and abbett it have reputations to protect and will be MUCH more sensitive to a protest. Be mindful here that there is a distinction between representing an unpopular client and actually helping that client further immoral ends. To any extent you demonstrate that a prestigious law firm is doing the later and not merely the former, you can pressure it in the court of public opinion. 8 ) Consider calling the general counsel of clients of major law firms that assist scientology in illegal activities, if you can find evidence of them. Send them information on how their outside counsel is aiding in things that are not just illegal, but are shockingly immoral as well. I am not suggesting through this advice that you do not protest scientology. That is your, as a protestor who is risking much, decision to make. But you can only protest their building so many times, and there may be more effective targets in the long run to protest as well besides simply their orgs. In closing, for those of you who have more courage than I, the courage to reveal yourselves, I wish you well. I do not have your strength, but I hope that my advice will be of some small service. If I can think of other things that are within the bounds of the law that I can do to assist this movement, I will post again, but perhaps under a different identity.