You won't find the names Tom Cruise, Jenna Elfman, Kirstie Alley or John Travolta on this list but it's making big waves just the same.
RadarOnline.com has learned that the group Anonymous has compiled a list of over 1,000 church members -- mostly former members -- who've publicly slammed Scientology for its alleged physical and emotional abuse of its followers.
The fact that this many Scientologists are allowing their names to be used in this format is evidence of a new willingness by former members to risk the church's so-called "fair game" policy, giving members "permission to destroy its critics," according to Anonymous.
It comes on the heels of multi-part exposes against Scientology on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 and in the St. Petersburg Times.
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Anonymous launched its anti-Scientology campaign two years ago and promises to continue adding names to the list.