- A California surfing instructor who allegedly took his two young children to Mexico to kill them because of their “serpent DNA” was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Diego.
- The FBI said Coleman told them that he believed his children were growing into monsters because they had serpent DNA passed down from his wife, so he killed the kids to save the world.
- Coleman allegedly admitted to the FBI that he shot his infant daughter in the heart with a speargun, and after some difficulty, eventually did the same thing to his son.
Jerry Lambe from Law&Order writes:
“A California surfing instructor who allegedly took his two young children to Mexico and he killed them using a speargun because he believed he was saving the world from their “serpent DNA” was indicted by a federal grand jury in San Diego on Wednesday, the Justice Department announced.
According to the press release, 40-year-old Matthew Taylor Coleman, was charged in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California with two counts of foreign first-degree murder of U.S. nationals in the deaths of his 2-year-old son and 10-month-old daughter.
Coleman had been charged via a federal criminal complaint filed in California’s Central District Court in Los Angeles with the same crimes last month, but prosecutors said they intend to dismiss that complaint and pursue his prosecution in San Diego.
As previously reported by Law&Crime, Coleman allegedly confessed to the children’s murders, telling the FBI that his own offspring had “serpent DNA” and he believed “they were going to grow into monsters so he had to kill them,” the criminal complaint filed in Los Angeles stated…”
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