DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) — The man accused of fatally shooting his father at their Northeast Philadelphia home posted a video of the slashing on social media, county prosecutors said Friday. downloaded the video of the skull and purchased a gun the day before.
At a news conference in Doylestown, Bucks County District Attorney Jennifer Schorn said Justin D. Mohn allegedly killed his father and then He “acted with sobriety” after driving about two hours to the Pennsylvania National Guard Training Center, where he was arrested. She said an autopsy showed his father was shot in the head and then decapitated with a knife and machete.
Moeen, 32, Arrested Tuesday night His mother discovered the body of her husband, Michael F. Moen, in the Levittown home the three shared.
Justin Mohn’s video, which was removed by YouTube hours later, contained a rant against the government, a theme he also used violent rhetoric in articles he posted online several years ago.
Michael Mohn served as an engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Philadelphia District Geological and Environmental Division.
Justin Mohn faces charges of first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse and possession of an instrument of crime. He is being held without bail. A woman who answered the phone with the Bucks County Public Defender’s Office said Friday they were representing him and said the office declined further comment.
inside Youtube videosJustin Mohn picked up his father’s head and identified him. Police said he appeared to be reading from a script as he encouraged violence against government officials and called his father a 20-year federal employee and a traitor.He also supports Various conspiracy theories and ranted about the Biden administration, immigration and the border, fiscal policy, urban crime and the war in Ukraine.
Denice Mohn arrived at her suburban Levittown home around 7 p.m. Tuesday and found her husband’s body, but her son and a car were missing, police said. A machete and bloody rubber gloves were found at the scene, according to police testimony.
In August 2020, Moeen wrote that people born in or after 1991 (his own year of birth) should have a “bloody revolution.”
Moen apparently drove his father’s car to Fort Indiantown in central Pennsylvania and was arrested. Angela Watson, communications director for the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, said cell phone signal helped locate him. Watson said he was on foot and carrying a gun. when he was arrested.
Scoforo reported from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.