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A man has been arrested after allegedly uploading a video that showed his father’s severed head.

He also said that US federal employees should be “killed on site.”

Justin Mohn, 32, begins his video uploaded to YouTube but since taken down, by staring at the camera.

Then he holds up what appears to be a human head in a plastic bag.

Mohn says in the video, “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,” he added.

The Daily Express reports, “Police in Middletown Township, Pennsylvania said they arrested a suspect tied to the video just after 9pm Tuesday night. Police confirmed to Levittownnow.com that a man in his 60s was found beheaded in the bathroom of a home in the 100 block of Upper Orchard Drive. They arrived just after 7pm following reports of a possible death.”

“A Facebook account for suspect Justin Mohn identifies him as an author and musician living in Colorado Springs, Colorado,” Express noted.

The story continued:

In the video, Mohn said: “The federal government of America has declared war on America’s citizens and the American states. America is rotting from the inside out as far left woke mobs rampage our once prosperous cities, turning them into lawless zones.

“Taxpayer dollars are printed and used for anoything but the taxpayers with little to no accountability, which has inflated the economy to near destruction and has made it so most Americans can no longer afford the American Dream.”

The rambling clip was up for more than five hours before YouTube finally took it down.

‘Suspicious Death’

Mohn identifies himself in the video as a 2014 graduate of Pennsylvania State University.

The incident, which is described by police as a “suspicious death,” remains under investigation.

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