A man is accused of beheading his own father and showed off his severed head in a YouTube video.
Justin Mohn has been arrested after his dad Michael, 68, was found dead at their home in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
He says his father worked for the federal government and he called upon others with relatives working in government to murder them – as he blames them for allowing ‘woke mobs’ and migrants to ‘destroy’ the United States.
He showed off his father’s severed head during a 14-minute long video shared on YouTube – which remained online for six hours after it was first published.
The video rallied against Biden and called on people to fight an ‘army of illegal immigrants’.
Mohn, 32, said: This is the head of Mike Mohn, a federal employee of over 20 years and my father. He is now in hell for eternity as a traitor to his country.
‘Violence is the only solution to the federal government’s treason.’
Police were called to the home at around 7pm local time – around an hour-and-a-half after the video was shared online – and found Michael’s body in the bathroom.
Mohn was arrested at around 9pm after being found two hours away from his home.
During the video, Mohn claimed ‘many’ saw him as the messiah and wanted him as president.
He ranted about taxes, claiming the economy is ‘near destruction’, and said ‘the traitorous Biden regime’ wanted to send ‘America’s military overseas to fight for Ukraine and die in a Russian winter.’
He also offered a $1 million bounty to anyone who could kill officials including FBI Director Christopher Wray, Attorney General Merrick Garland and former Attorney General Bill Barr.
Chief Joe Bartorilla of Middletown Police Department told MailOnline: ‘We got called to the home and officers went in and discovered the father upstairs deceased.
‘We’re getting contacted by some people in the community that know us, and know him and his family.
‘And we’re hearing a lot. Obviously he’s well known in the community just by the calls we’re getting.
‘I know he has siblings. We have told (the victim’s wife) to notify them before they see the video, or the video is sent to them.’ (Metro)