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California man who believed in QAnon confessed to killing his 2 kids over ‘serpent DNA’

(The AEGIS Alliance) – A man from Santa Barbara, California who owns a surf school that’s implicated in stabbing his young kids to death while in Mexico boasted of strange conspiracy theory ideas connected to QAnon, the FBI said.

40-year-old Matthew Taylor Coleman has been charged as of Wednesday with the international murder of U.S. nationals concerning the fatalities of his age 2 young boy and his age 10-month little girl, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California.

The criminal offense got even more troubling because of Coleman’s thinking, that professed “his children were going to grow into monsters so he had to kill them,” Jennifer Bannon, an FBI special agent stated in the criminal complaint.

Coleman follows QAnon conspiracy theory ideas, Coleman additionally professed his wife had actually passed on her “serpent DNA” to their kids.

Coleman’s spouse, who has only been identified with her initials in the criminal complaint, called Santa Barbara authorities on Saturday following Coleman leaving with their kids without letting her know where they were headed, the Department of Justice noted.

On Sunday, the spouse made a report about missing persons and also managed to find out they were located in Rosarito, Mexico, she used Coleman’s Find My iPhone function.

Mexican authorities earlier declared that surveillance video revealed the 3 checking into the Rosarita City Express Hotel on Saturday. On Monday in the early morning, the 3 of them left the hotel. Coleman came back alone eventually that same day and checked out.

A farmer discovered the kids’ bodies covered in blood.

It was found that the little girl was stabbed 12 times and the young boy 17 times, authorities said.

Coleman purportedly admitted to the stabbings, he asserted he used a spearfishing gun to stab the children.

Jeffrey Childers – The AEGIS Alliance – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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