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Tuesday, 27 February 2024 11.46 PM IST

Man beheads father, arrested after uploading gruesome video showing severed head

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WASHINGTON: A man accused of beheading his father and sharing a gruesome video on YouTube was arrested in Pennsylvania in USA. The accused Justin Mohn (33) brutally killed his father Michael Mohn (68) and is charged with first-degree murder. Michael's wife found the decapitated body inside the toilet and informed the police.

Michael's wife, Denice Mohn, was at home until 2 pm on the day of the incident and went out after that. When she returned, Denice didn't find her husband's car outside. She then found Michael's body in the bathroom. A machete and a kitchen knife were found in the bathtub. Police also found Michael's head in a plastic bag inside a cooking pot in the bedroom on the first floor. There were also bloody rubber gloves in the bedroom, by the table and in the trash. After killing his father, Justin left the place in a car.

In a 14-minute video uploaded on YouTube, Justin was seen picking up Michael's and identifying him by name. In the video, he says that his father, who was a federal employee for more than 20 years, is a traitor. "America is rotting from the inside out as far left, woke mobs rampage out once prosperous cities," he said in the video.

The video also purports to attack federal workers, journalists and federal law enforcement. Justin also called for violence against the Biden administration, the Black Lives Matter movement, the LGBTQ community and antifa activists. This video has now been removed from YouTube. The police informed that an investigation has been launched in the case.

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