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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

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The Planet Vulcan

The President of the New Hampshire Star Trek Society has come under fire today after his parents claimed that he was not in any way a Vulcan.

The parents of Solek claimed that he is actually a fully human man named Stephen Greyson who only started to identify himself as Vulcan after an incident seven years ago. Since then he has become more and more distant from his family and cut himself off from other friends.

"This all started when he was young. He used to idolise Leonard Nimoy the actor who played Spock in 'Star Trek'." Solek's mother Amanda told Amalgamated Press. "He was always a bright boy but more and more he became totally logical and without emotion."

"He now seems to have taken to greening his skin and wearing pointy ears all the time. But that is not who he is."

Solek himself declined to comment however a spokesman for the society K'ranna Toreth did make a statement. "We are very welcoming. We have people in our organisation from all over the galaxy. I myself have Klingon ancestry and would rip the heart out of any patak who questioned it."

"We even welcome in Talaxians but if we find out that Solek has lied it will be a great dishonour and steps would be taken." She said while drawing a large knife.

So far all attempts to hail Solek have failed.

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