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Political Horror: MAGA Fanatic Decapitates His Father Over Biden Support, Shares Grisly Video

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Justin Mohn, 32, was arrested on charges of first-degree murder.
Justin Mohn, 32, was arrested on charges of first-degree murder. (Screenshot)

A Pennsylvania man, Justin Mohn, 32, has been taken into custody on charges of first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse, and possessing an instrument of crime with intent. The arrest comes after Mohn allegedly killed his father, Michael Mohn for backing President Joe Biden, and posted a disturbing YouTube video featuring his decapitated head.

In the now-removed video, Mohn, wearing gloves, is seen holding his father’s head in a plastic bag, later placing it in a cooking pot. During the 14-minute video, he labels his father, a federal employee of 20 years, as a traitor and voices right-wing conspiracy theories, attacking various groups, including federal officials, President Joe Biden’s administration, the Black Lives Matter movement, the LGBTQ community, and antifa activists.

YouTube removed the video, citing a violation of its policies against graphic violence and violent extremism. A spokesperson stated that Mohn’s channel was terminated in line with their policies, and they are actively monitoring for any re-uploads of the video, NBC News reports.

Mohn, a fervent Trump supporter and self-proclaim “MAGA evangelist,” has a history of filing lawsuits against federal agencies, blaming them for his personal problems. Despite his claims being dismissed, he sought the recusal of the judge, alleging personal bias and conflicting financial interests.

The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office reported that Middletown Township police responded to a call about a deceased male on Upper Orchard Drive near the New Jersey border. The victim’s wife made the emergency call, and upon arrival, the police found the deceased male in the bathroom.

The person of interest, identified as the victim’s son, was taken into custody about 100 miles away in Fort Indiantown Gap, near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Police Chief Joseph Bartorilla mentioned that the son was not at the house when officers arrived but was apprehended later.

While the investigation is ongoing, Detective Lt. Stephen Forman revealed that law enforcement had previous contacts with Mohn, with some interactions dating back a decade. The circumstances leading to Mohn’s presence in the Fort Indiantown Gap area remain unclear.

Captain Pete Feeney confirmed that the YouTube video aligns with the information law enforcement already had on Justin Mohn.

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