Albuquerque 9-18-10 Everything got kicked off around 11. John B, Capt. Kirk and I. Sorry about the lack of vid, but unfortunately we had no cam. Three Anons, one sign. And it didn’t take long for the three of us to grab some attention, as a woman stopped and asked us what we were protesting and then got us to pose for a picture, of which we were happy to oblige. Damn, I should have asked for a copy. *lol* But as soon as she got the picture, right across the street into the org. Nice. We got ourselves a handler. We started getting some interest from a couple of passers-by, quite a few honks, good support. Org had a lot of cars in the parking lot, and we saw a few coming and going. But things really got interesting when the police decided to show up. Apparently they’d received a call from the org- someone was feeling intimidated by us. And this time they sent a sergeant. We explained to him that this was pretty much standard Hubbard policy, and he was asking about why we wore the Fawkes masks. He went across the street to talk to the org and when he came out about an hour later, another officer had shown up. That’s when the sergeant we’d spoken with before started talking to JB and I, telling him some of their side of things. Apparently they showed him that lovely little booklet about Anonymous and started talking all these nasty things about us- straight out of the playbook. I think we convinced him we’re not terrorists, but he was saying that if they ever decided to file a police report, we would no longer be anonymous. Now for some reason, the officer has it in his mind that we’re out here every day, even going so far as to ask why we’re even doing it and if we don’t have anything better to do. Geez, I’d sure like to know what the hell they said to him in there. This shows one thing for sure- we are definitely getting to them. I think we made our point to the cops, though. But JB brought up a good point later- this smells like they might be gearing up to pull a Sparrow here. Even if they’re not, better safe than sorry, ABQ anons. We had a few really good conversations with people who came by- definitely got the message out as to why we were there. We wrapped up at close to 2- but we weren’t going to leave until the police did. Once again Scientology fails.