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  • Justin Mohn is accused of murdering his father.
  • He posted a gruesome video on YouTube.
  • He called him a traitor to his country.

Justin Mohn posted a gruesome video where he brandished his father’s severed head on YouTube.

The 32-year-old is accused of murdering his father at his home in the suburbs of Philadelphia.

He was arrested by the National Guard about 100 miles from the crime scene, and faces serious charges.

The community is in shock as authorities seek to uncover the motive behind this heinous act.

Justin Mohn is accused of murdering his father

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Police say he killed and decapitated his father at his home, then posted a video on YouTube.

Justin Mohn faces charges of first-degree murder and abuse of a corpse after attempting to enter a National Guard facility where he was arrested.

This occurred about 100 miles from the crime scene, according to The Associated Press.

The victim, identified as Michael F. Mohn, was found decapitated in the residence he shared with his wife and son in Levittown.

What happened?

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Mohn’s father’s decapitated corpse was found in the bathroom of his Levittown home, authorities said.

The 14-minute YouTube video showed Justin Mohn holding up the head and identifying his father by name.

Police stated that he appeared to be reading from a script promoting violence against government officials and calling his father a traitor to the country, according to the AP.

The video was removed by YouTube for violating its policy on graphic violence, and Justin Mohn’s channel was shut down. However, it had already been online for about five hours.

How was Michael Mohn’s body discovered?

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Police stated that Michael Mohn’s wife, Denice Mohn, arrived home and found his body around 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

The AP reported that officers found his body, a machete and bloodstained rubber gloves, according to a police affidavit.

Denice Mohn informed the police that her husband’s white Toyota Corolla and her son were missing.

Justin Mohn, who was also arrested for weapons possession, was arraigned on Wednesday, January 31, and held without bail.

What comes next?

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Additionally, it was reported that Justin Mohn has a hearing scheduled for February 8.

Police and prosecutors were expected to reveal further details at a press conference on Friday, February 2.

The district court office stated that they had no record of any attorney representing him.

It was also revealed that Justin Mohn had adopted violent rhetoric against the government in writings he posted online several years ago.

Why did he murder his father?

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In the video posted after the murder, he said his father had been a federal employee for 20 years.

He also embraced various conspiracy theories and diatribes about the Biden administration, immigration and the border.

He also talked about fiscal policy, urban crime and the war in Ukraine, according to The Associated Press.

Michael Mohn was a federal employee, an engineer in the geoenvironmental section of the Philadelphia district office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

How was he arrested?

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Mohn drove his father’s car to Fort Indiantown Gap, where he was apprehended, according to Captain Pete Feeney of the Middletown Township Police Department.

Officials at the facility were told on Tuesday night that Mohn’s cellphone had pinged nearby, according to the AP.

These remarks were made by Angela Watson, communications director of the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

The house where Michael Mohn’s body was found is in a suburban development of single-family homes.

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