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A group of "Anonymous" congregate at Bryant Park before the protest.
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Two "Anonymous" work on anti-Scientology signs.
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NYPD officers brief a group of "Anonymous" on the escorted route from Bryant Park to the Church of Scientology New York building.
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"Anonymous" cross Sixth Avenue. A police car (far right) blocks traffic while the group passes.
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On the way to the Church of Scientology building, some "Anonymous" post fliers. This flier asks readers to Google Lisa McPherson, who a Scientologist "Anonymous" alleges was killed by the church's actions. "Anonymous" chose McPherson's birthday as the date for the protests.
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"Anonymous" pass through Times Square.
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NYPD officers watch the cordon as "Anonymous" protest across the street from the Church of Scientology New York building.
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Traffic passes between the "Anonymous" protest and the Church of Scientology building.
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Church of Scientology New York President John Carmichael watches the "Anonymous" protest.
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Several "Anonymous" wore Guy Fawkes masks to hide their faces, a common theme at "Anonymous" protests.
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"Anonymous" hold up a "Longcat" sign, based on a popular Internet meme.
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Between 200 and 300 "Anonymous" attended the New York protest.
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