Photographer Who Filmed Ashli Babbitt’s Killing Remains a Man of Contradictions

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John E. Sullivan, the social-justice provocateur who dressed as a Trump supporter at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 and filmed the shooting death of Ashli Babbitt, at times says he does not believe in God, yet at other times, he does believe.

He recently produced a series of Satan-themed music videos, but says he does not idolize the devil. Despite the troubling and graphic imagery in some of his music, Sullivan said his work is artistic social commentary about the state of society and human relations.

He is often a polarizing figure, yet he insists he is nonviolent and desires peace in American society.

A year after the Jan. 6 violence at the Capitol, Sullivan in many ways is a man of contradictions. Some of his music has dark, satanic themes, but he does believe in God. Society is heading for dark times, he says, given the prevalence of anger and hatred in the public square.

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