Man Arrested After Allegedly Posting Video with Father’s Severed Head

A Pennsylvania man, aged 33, was apprehended by the police following the alleged posting of a chilling video in which he held up what he claimed to be his father’s severed head. The video has since been removed from the internet, according to sources.

The decapitated body was discovered in a residence in Middletown Township. The police were alerted to a death in the house and arrived on the scene shortly after 7 p.m. on Tuesday. Middletown Police Chief Joe Bartorilla confirmed that officers found the deceased father in the upstairs section of the house.

The remains were located in the upstairs bathroom of a house situated on the 100 block of Upper Orchard Drive, according to police sources. Following the discovery, investigators identified and detained a person of interest, whose vehicle was found two hours away in Lebanon County.

The individual in custody is believed to be the victim’s youngest son, who allegedly uploaded the horrifying footage to YouTube. The 14-minute video, which was reviewed before its removal, showed a man presenting a severed head in a blood-soaked plastic bag, claiming it to be that of his father, a federal employee of over two decades.

The man, identifying himself as Justin Mohn in the video, then launched into a deranged tirade against the government, echoing QAnon conspiracy theories. He called for American militias to unite and execute federal officials on sight, declaring his father to be in hell for betraying his country.

The video, titled “Mohn’s Militia – Call to Arms for American Patriots,” was uploaded around 5:30 p.m. and seemed to have been recorded in a bedroom. Mohn appeared to be reading from a written manifesto on his computer screen, claiming to be the commander of America’s network of militias. His rant targeted migrants, the Biden administration, the LGBTQ community, Black Lives Matter, and “far-left woke mobs,” while advocating for the execution of FBI agents, IRS employees, US Marshals, federal judges, border control officers, and others for “betraying their country.”

Police Chief Bartorilla confirmed that investigators had viewed the video but refrained from commenting on its content or the nature of the remains found in the house. He advised the victim’s wife to inform Mohn’s siblings about the incident before they came across the video.

Mohn is well-known in the community, as indicated by the number of calls the police received from individuals who knew him and his family. He is currently facing charges of first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse, and possession of crime instruments, as per a criminal docket viewed by the Middletown Township Police Department.