It appears that word has gone out to members of a secret Skype group to punish whistle-blower Jo-Anne Sollis for having recently shared damning text conversations with Andy Devine and Edgar John, aka Eddie Isok. By astonishing coincidence, Devine and John (aka Paul Rodgers….because apparently you just can’t have enough fake names) are both members of the group, as are “J3zus”, Angela Power-Disney, and three others.
Sollis, who first attempted to share her concerns about John with Devine, was rebuffed by him, and told to handle it herself.
She ultimately decided to go public with a conversation in which Eddie turned on her and began threatening to “expose” her, to give her name to the DFLA, and to attack the team at Pandora’s Box Investigations. Sollis’ texts, which were published by a friend on his Facebook profile, created quite a kerfuffle, with Devine raging publicly about her having turned on him, and Eddie doing a sudden disappearing act.
Two weeks later, Sollis published her text conversations with Devine.
Two days after that, all hell broke loose, as Raya Vigor, a member of the secret Skype group, launched a vicious attack on Sollis.
Vigor, who also goes by the name Soraya Connolly, raided Sollis’ Facebook page for images of her child. She not only accused Sollis of being an “over-sexualised perverted drunk”, but suggested that she might be “exploiting” her young daughter. She published Sollis’ phone number and accused her of “offering her fanny”, based on her use of the word “twins”, which she claimed was a slang term for genitalia.
In her post about Sollis, Vigor tagged both her victim and Gary Clarke, a member of the White Pendragons group which has rejected Devine and John Wanoa’s Moai Power House tidal energy scam.
Interestingly, this group has also rejected belief in the Hampstead SRA hoax, rebukes those who share images of the children involved, and frequently shares our blog posts on Facebook. Go figure.
Just in case the message to Sollis was not clear enough, Vigor let her know why she was being attacked:
A new identity for Jesus?
Sollis has stated that she believes Vigor’s attack was a joint effort with J3zus, the Stoke-on-Trent based
drug dealer and pretend hacker who uses the Facebook page “Nattalie Stubbs Bradshaw”. (Nattalie Stubbs, his girlfriend, uses the Facebook page “Nattalie Bradshaw Porcheret”, and seems to goad J3zus on in his various endeavours.)
The Bradshaw Facebook account, Sollis claims, is associated with a woman named Zara Day:
She bases this on having heard J3zus’ voice in the background while Day was participating in a live-streamed video. In the short clip she shared on Facebook, Jesus’ voice can be heard saying, “Oh, Nat, here we are…”. (Confused yet? We certainly are.)
Questioned about this, Day first responded that the voice in the background of the live-stream had come from the TV; then she blocked all her former friends.
On further investigation, we have determined that it’s unlikely that Day and Bradshaw are the same person. However, confusion about Bradshaw’s identity aside, the message to Sollis from her former allies has been very clear. She has challenged the leaders of the Skype group, and they have retaliated by attempting to smear and bully her, use her daughter’s pictures against her, and encourage others to harass her.
It says a great deal about the values of that group, the leaders of which claim to espouse Christian ideals. Last we heard, those included compassion, forgiveness, and fairness—all of which seem to be in short supply amongst the Devine/John/Power-Disney cabal.
It does occur to us that it might have been easier in the long run for Devine to grow a pair and deal with Edgar John’s abuse within the group, but then hey, what do we know?