The son accused of being behind a sick video in which he appears to parade his father’s decapitated head is a conspiracy theorist who believes he is the “Second Messiah”, it has been revealed.
In a horrific video which was left on YouTube for six hours, 32-year-old Justin Mohn appeared to hold up the head of his dead father, Mike, 68. The 14-minute video ranted about “woke mobs” and migrants, while claiming the Biden administration were traitors to the United States – before holding up the apparently severed head of his father, a longtime federal employee who he said is “in hell for eternity as a traitor to his country”.
Details have now emerged about the twisted man and alleged murderer, who was arrested at Fort Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania at 9pm on Tuesday night. After graduating from Penn State in business management in 2014, Mohn has struggled to hold down a job.
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Mike Mohn was a federal employee – but Justin said in the video that he was a “traitor” (
The 32-year-old thought he was the Second Messiah – and apparently attempted to build an army behind him (
Career as an ‘artist’
He found himself moving back home to live with his parents in their $390,000 home after he was fired from a job in Colorado, when he kicked open an office door. The man, who also has two siblings, Zachary, 35, and Stephanie, 38, has also self-published eight books – one of which, “loosely based on him” is called ‘The Second Messiah’.
Mohn has also released music on Spotify, in which he laments his struggles as a white male and claims his dad was jealous of him – and therefore wouldn’t let him succeed. The song titles include ‘They Came For Justin Mohn’, ‘Cold War Waste Town’, and ‘Mohny Baloney’. In one of the songs he complains of the debts he is under. The singer, songwriter and producer sings that it is a “woman’s world. Empowering only girls. Step on all the men. Kill the cock and praise the hen”.
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Mohn’s profile picture on Spotify – where he released several songs lamenting his ‘struggles’ as a white educated male (
In a song called ‘Mommunist the Communist’ from a 2019 collection called ‘Justin’s Stalkers’, he complained about living at home and how his mother tells him to pay off his debt. Creepy song production accompanies a poor singing voice in the eerie music.
Mohn’s conspiracy theories align with those from the QAnon Movement, a far-right group from 2017, who claimed that cannibalistic child molesters who are part of a global child sex trafficking ring conspired against Donald Trump.
His Amazon and Spotify biographies both read: “His life story is unbelievable and there may not be enough words to describe him, but one may begin to understand his complexity and experiences through his art.” His books are titled: They will burn this book, The Punishing, Poems I wrote while stoned, The Kingdom of Dark, The Pink, Dark Ages of the Future and The Revolution Leader’s Survival Guide.
Mohn’s musical career didn’t take off in the way he had perhaps hoped (
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Belief that he is the “Second Messiah”
The last title speaks to Mohn’s belief that he is “now officially the acting president of America under martial law”. He claimed that both the Democratic and Republican parties actually believed he would be the best choice for president in 2020, and appears to believe he has a large army of supporters – which he calls ‘Mohn’s Militia’. Mohn had reportedly been trying to recruit people from firearm and weapon subreddits to join his ‘1 person militia’, according to a reddit post from July 2023.
In what appear to be old social media posts from Mohn, shared by X user Lucky, it was revealed that Mohn supported Kanye West for president, writing that “2024 may be the first year I bother to vote”, after West announced his intention to run.
Mohn claims his family also believed he was the “Second Coming King of Earth” (
He also believed that there was a “Civil war between Justin Mohn and his followers vs The Cult” – appearing to mean the political establishment in the US.