Is Matthew Coleman a QAnon follower? Man kills kids as they had 'serpent DNA' from mother
He allegedly killed the children because they inherited 'serpent DNA' from his wife and 'were going to grow into monsters'
BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO: Forty-year-old California surfing school owner Matthew Taylor Coleman was arrested for stabbing his two young kids to death with a spearfishing gun in Mexico on Monday, August 9. The toddlers' bodies were found on a farm on August 9 morning.
Now, authorities have reportedly said that Coleman, who was charged Wednesday, killed the children because he believed they would become "monsters". They told reporters that the three-year-old boy was stabbed 12 times. The one-year-old girl was stabbed 17 times.
The bodies of the children were found at a ranch near Rosarito in Baja California. He had reportedly taken them over the border to Mexico without telling his wife where he was going. Coleman, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in Los Angeles federal court, “stated that he knew it was wrong, but it was the only course of action that would save the world.”
Was Matthew Taylor Coleman a QAnon follower?
The central tenet of the complicated and ever-changing belief system of QAnon, a notorious far-right conspiracy, is that Democrats, aided by Hollywood and a group of so-called global elites, are running a ring devoted to the abduction, trafficking, torture, sexual abuse, and cannibalization of children - rituals of their Satanic faith. And former President Donald Trump is the only person willing and able to mount an attack against them.
As per reports, Coleman said that he was influenced by “QAnon and Illuminati conspiracy theories”. He allegedly killed the children because they inherited “serpent DNA” from his wife and “were going to grow into monsters.”
In an interview with FBI agents, Coleman “explained that he was enlightened by the QAnon and Illuminati conspiracy theories and was receiving visions and signs revealing that his wife… possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children,” the complaint states. “Coleman said that he was saving the world from monsters.”
In an interview with FBI agents, Coleman “explained that he was enlightened by the QAnon and Illuminati conspiracy theories and was receiving visions and signs revealing that his wife...possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children,” the complaint states. “Coleman said that he was saving the world from monsters.”
"We are talking about someone who was educated and had degrees. It was clear to him of the consequences he could face for the actions he was taking," Hiram Sanchez, Baja California's Attorney General, said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Coleman, who along with his wife, Abby, run the popular Lovewater Surf School in Santa Barbara, California, was not perceived as mentally ill by those who knew him. Patrick Woods, a surfer who works at the Surf Country surf shop in Goleta, California, said he was shocked by the news. “He surfed out at one of the local breaks near UC Santa Barbara,” Woods told The Daily Beast. “I’ve surfed with him a couple of times and I’ve never had any problems with him, he seemed pretty cool. He seemed like he had it together, seemed all there mentally -- definitely not someone to, like, travel somewhere and then murder his kids. It’s a total mindbender.”
Another member of the local surf scene told The Daily Beast under the condition of anonymity that he trusted Coleman enough that he “would have handed him my own kids in a second, to take them surfing. I’ve never heard of one parent complain about his program. So...it just doesn’t make any sense.”
The FBI said in a statement, “A joint investigation is underway among the Santa Barbara Police Department, the FBI in Los Angeles, and San Diego, US Customs and Border Protection and Mexican authorities.”