Comedian Works His Scientology Threat Letter Into His Act
He doesn't get into the Scientology stuff until a minute or so into it, so be patient.
If you’ve participated in an anti-Scientology rally as part of “Anonymous,” and if the Church figured out your identity, chances are you’ve received a letter accusing you of inciting violence against Church outposts and engaging in terroristic activities. Some, like Queens Anon Mike Vitale, were emboldened by the letter to continue their criticisms of the Church of Scientology. When comedian Billy Lyday received his own threatening letter from Scientology attorneys after he attended a Los Angeles protest, he worked his own response to the Church into his act.
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