Who is Justin Mohn? Pennsylvania man arrested for beheading father & showing on YouTube
Justin Mohn is 32-year-old and he reportedly killed his dad Michael, 68 who worked for the Joe Biden government.-
In a chilling incident, a Pennsylvania man named Justin Mohn was arrested for allegedly beheading his father and posting a video of a decapitated head on YouTube before fleeing the crime scene. After Jostin Mohn video came to the fore, the US Police force came into action. The police were called to a home in Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, where the cops found the victim, a man in his 60s, dead after being beheaded. Notably, after allegedly killing his father, Justin Mohn fled the spot taking his father's car. However, he was soon arrested by the cops 100 miles away from the crime scene. Now, the question arises who is Justin Mohn? Below is everything you need to know about Pennsylvania 'father killer' Justin Mohn-
Who is Justin Mohn?
As per US media reports, Justin Mohn is a resident of Levittown, Pennsylvania. Justin allegedly killed his father, who worked as a federal employee and showed his head on YouTube. In the viral Justin Mohn video, the man proceeded to advocate for violence against other federal employees. He also called for a 'revolution' against the "Biden regime" and an "army of illegal immigrants". Mohn was taken into custody by Police authorities.
Justin Mohn chilling video reportedly showed him picking up what appears to be his father's severed head, showing it to the camera before putting it down and continuing his commentary, which was criticising the Joe Biden Administration.
Justin Mohn is 32-year-old and he reportedly killed his dad Michael, 68 who worked for the government. Justin said that because of the Biden administration, he killed his father. "This is the head of Mike Mohn, a federal employee of over 20 years and my father. He is now in hell for eternity as a traitor to his country," Justin was quoted saying in the video.
Not only this, Justin Mohn offered a large sum of money to anyone willing to kill other government workers, including high-ranking individuals like Attorney General Merrick Garland.