There are some who use the Internet as a “toy” to harass and destroy others. It is a game played for their own amusement. Their actions require no motive beyond the twisted satisfaction they receive from lashing out at strangers without consequence.

Johan Wevers is just such an individual; it is his kind who have been the most instrumental in forcing governments to pass and enforce laws to protect their citizens.

Currently a resident of The Netherlands, Wevers claims to have no prior involvement with the Church of Scientology, nor any of its members, yet in 1996 he openly conspired with a group of individuals, who also had no personal relationship with the Church, to violate its intellectual properties.

Wevers’ animosity toward Scientology parishioners made no real sense as he had never even met a Scientologist at that point in time. His primary information about the religion and its parishioners came from extremists with questionable backgrounds who, as a matter of course, persecute religious people.

In fact, it is likely that the only direct contact Wevers had with parishioners was when handing out hate literature right in front of one of their churches.