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People acting as Sollog supporters have argued strenuously with his detractors on Usenet and other forums, but that he has any supporters at all is disputed. Many observers have raised allegations of sock puppet accounts being used to promote Sollog and his theories, based on perceived similarities in on-line behavior, writing style, and a general disbelief that anybody but Sollog himself would be moved to promote him or his views.
Many of these observers implicitly claim that Sollog-supporting Internet accounts are all used by Ennis himself, and nobody else, by directly addressing the poster as Sollog or Ennis. The person or persons using these accounts always claim to be separate individuals, and specifically deny being Sollog.
Sollog's alleged supporters often post via open proxy servers located in many different countries around the world. The posting times of pro-Sollog posts have often been observed to correlate with Sollog's presumed waking hours, leading many to conclude that the posts are being generated by Sollog himself.
Originally posted by Dulcimer
Haha now that is funny. I remember reading a story about the crime that "sollog" did. Here is the story.
A very funny read.
In September 1995, Ennis was arrested by the United States Secret Service on suspicion of making threats against the President of the United States (according to him, this was related to a prediction that a plane crash would occur if President Bill Clinton flew to Jackson Hole, Wyoming). It was discovered that he had two warrants outstanding against him, and he was committed for trial on the February 1988 vehicle offences. When the case came to court in May 1996, Ennis's defence invoked conspiracy theories involving the President, the Governor of Pennsylvania and the Mayor of Philadelphia. He dismissed his own defence attorney, calling him "part of the conspiracy", and represented himself from that point on. Judge Anthony DeFino described the case (which the press dubbed the "God Trial") as being "the most unusual case I have ever seen in my courtroom". Ennis was convicted on all four charges and imprisoned.
Ennis claims that the conviction was later overturned on technical and evidentiary grounds, although this claim has not been substantiated.
Press Secretary Susan McNaughton
All requests for public records, as that term is defined in the Right-to-Know Law, must be submitted in writing to the Department's Right-to-Know Law Official, Vicki Flohr, and delivered to her either in person, by mail or facsimile at:
Department of Corrections
2520 Lisburn Road, P.O. Box 598
Camp Hill, PA 17001-0598
The story begins in the wee hours of Feb. 5, 1988.
A man named John Patrick Ennis, who now calls himself SOLLOG — Son of Light, Light of God — and who believes himself to be a deity, was driving his rented Honda on Roosevelt Boulevard when one of two things took place.
According to the prosecution, a drunken Ennis bumped into a motorist twice before fleeing northbound on the boulevard. The motorist followed, then flagged down a police car driven by officer Sam D'Urso. D'Urso, according to the Commonwealth, then chased Ennis, who was moving at an ungodly speed of nearly 100 mph.
Bottled up at the intersection of Southampton and the Boulevard, Ennis stopped his car. D'Urso approached Ennis, who started the car again, hitting D'Urso with the open door.
D'Urso reached into the car to try and grab the keys and Ennis backed the car down an embankment, dragging D'Urso as much as 30 feet and injuring him to the point that he was finished as a police officer.
The cops chased Ennis to the back of the Neshaminy Mall, where he was arrested on two counts of aggravated assault (including one charge of intentionally causing serious bodily injury to a police officer), one count of recklessly endangering another person and one count of driving under the influence.
whois lookups on Sollog's domains show addresses in Coral Springs, Florida, and Lighthouse Point, Florida
Originally posted by Legend
I live right near the Broward Sheriff's office. If anyone wants me to, I can walk in there and ask why he was arrested. Does anyone want me to get information from the Sherrif himself?
Originally posted by colin_hal
Thank you for accepting me unto this forum, I hope you're all well.
I will introduce myself shortly in the appropriate section.
First of all, as this is my first post on this forum technically I would like to dedicate it to the internets most prolific trolls.
The self proclaimed prophet/God.
He is currently behind bars and I happen to have a link to his beautiful mugshot.
Finally you can see for yourselves what a good looking guy he is:
I wonder why he stays on the net, I could picture him in GQ magazine.
MOD EDIT: Title add.
[edit on 13-4-2005 by RANT]