We have heard about your predicament on this Wired article.
The members of Anonymous would like to extend our deepest regrets for the events you have experienced. It is unfortunate that some members within our organization have taken it upon themselves to take our fight into the realm of illegal activities. We condemn these actions and call for all Anonymous to restrain themselves within the boundaries of the law.
We know that we cannot truly make up for the things you have experienced, but please know that you have nothing to fear from us. We will do everything within our power to expunge your personal data released from the internet. [Note: Anonymous urges you to purchase protection from the Life Lock corporation for your wife given the release of her social security number]
In our zeal to destroy evil, we have caused collateral damage to innocent bystanders. And while, yes, we recognize the taint this has been put upon our already tainted image, this is far from being our only reason for apologizing. In allowing this attack to occur, we have allowed ourselves to become like unto what we hate. Just as the Church of Scientology has used illegal actions to suppress its opponent, so have we fallen into that trap.
However, until such a time as the Church of Scientology no longer exists in its present form, we will not put aside our fight. Instead we will strive all the harder to maintain our integrity and adhere to legal means of attack.
Our sincerest apologies,
P.S. Anonymous is still considering what reparations, if any, we are capable of making. If you hear from us again, it will not be to threaten or harass you.