Who is Justin Mohn? Levittown man in YouTube beheading video sued government, made music

February 01, 2024

In the video, Mohn declared himself the acting U.S. president, and ordered “all militia and patriots” to kill federal employees and seize federal buildings including courthouses. On his Facebook page, “Justin Mohn -Music” which had 71 followers Tuesday, he promoted two of his albums, “The Story of Humanity” and “Colorfunkinrado,” which he said were released in 2017 and 2018. Justin Mohn of Levittown is captured in this screenshot of the gruesome YouTube video he allegedly made after beheading his father in Levittown on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024. Levittown beheading suspect Justin Mohn had sued government over student loansIn legal filings in the U.S. Eastern District Court in Philadelphia, though, Mohn displayed his deep dissatisfaction with the federal government, specifically the U.S. Department of Education. Kearney — who Mohn threatened by name in the YouTube video — wrote that Mohn started repaying his student loans six months after he graduated, but he could not find full time work.