American Justin Mohn, 32, was arrested on suspicion of kill and behead your own father and show the victim’s head in an online video shortly after the crime. According to North American media, the images spent around five hours online before being taken down by You Tube.
The arrest took place on Tuesday, 30, in Pennsylvania. The police confirmed that it is him in the images. The video, which was taken down on Wednesday morning, received more than 5 thousand views, according to the North American CNN.
In a note released this Wednesday, YouTube stated that “it has strict policies that prohibit graphic violence and violent extremism”.
“The video was removed for violating our graphic violence policy and Justin Mohn’s channel was terminated in accordance with our violent extremism policies. Our teams are closely monitoring to remove any re-uploads of the video,” he said.
In the images, the man protested against the Biden government and the crisis at the border, then declared himself the new interim president of the United States under martial law, raises his father’s head and condemns him as a traitor. The victim, Michael Mohn, worked for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Philadelphia.
To CNN, authorities reported that a team of police officers was called around 7pm on Tuesday after reporting the death of a man.
“The emergency call came from the victim’s wife. When the police arrived, they found the man dead in the bathroom,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement. “The victim’s adult son was not present when authorities arrived and left the scene in his father’s vehicle.”
A machete and a large kitchen knife were found in the bathtub, according to a report released by the news channel. “The police also located the dead man’s head inside a plastic bag that was inside a pan in a room on the first floor, close to the bathroom”, the document also says.
Clear rubber gloves were also found with what appeared to be blood. The hypothesis was confirmed after researchers watched the video.
Justin was found with a gun at a National Guard base, authorities said. He was taken into custody at Fort Indiantown Gap, headquarters of the Pennsylvania National Guard, shortly after 9:25 p.m. Tuesday, state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs spokeswoman Angela said. Watson.
Source: Redação Terra