(Recycled from VV comment) In France, Nono the clown suggested that children in cults was a bad idea to an OSA goon taking his children into the bOrg. The goon left the children inside the bOrg and then stormed out (with three friends), knocked Nono to the ground, beating him up, kicking him repeatedly in the head. See the aftermath at the opening of the recent Arte documentary about OSA. And check out WWP for trolls going on about the poor man who felt that his children were threatened. In East Grinstead, a random passer-by walked up to Anons on the high street and berated them for being so loud that they woke up his child. The passer-by then returned to his car, collected the child (very small child), returned to the protest carrying the child in front of him, walked right up to me (instead of the target Anon) because I was filming and grabbed my camera. When I reached for the camera he twisted so that the child brushed against my outstretched hand, and proceeded to scream that I was hitting his child while trying ineffectively to kick me. (Oh, and an OSA goon carrying a child has surfaced on a video shot in front of an Indie gathering in East Grinstead, Axoim142's Youtube channel "Harassment by Members of the Church of Scientology" 0:40 left of frame.) So, now more than ever, think very carefully about solo protecting. You could end up with serious physical injuries being accused of injuring a child in the bargain, with nothing to show for it but your word (your video-camera could be taken from you). Think of it this way: what would it take to prevent this from being half as bad as it could have been?I think the answer is: several cameras, some from non-protesters. (It may be illegal to protest wearing a mask in Quebec, but what about video-taping from a safe distance?) The criminal organisation known as the "church" of $cientology gets away with having "documentary makers" at protests filming non-stop, I don't see why Anons should not be allowed to film (not protest, just film) if they wanted to. A single protster is too easy to overwhelm. Two protesters can be overwhelmed (they were in Paris). Four was the minimum I insisted on back in the days and if Anon want to do something other than post links to videos with unicorns I don't see why those numbers would be tough to achieve... Also, OSA is being predictable here. If you really want to protest and make a difference and you're enough of a target for OSA to try to fling a baby at you, please consider giving your protesting schedule to your friendly media contacts.