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    A QAnon-obsessed dad who allegedly shot dead his two young children with a spear gun at a Christian resort in pleaded not guilty to the gruesome murders in a court.<br>The plea comes after Matthew Taylor Coleman, 40, admitted to the  that he killed his two young kids just days after the ‘heinous, cruel and depraved’ act, according to court documents.<br>Coleman had told the agents that ‘he received visions and signs that his wife possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children’. <br>He will remain in an undisclosed federal prison – after prosecutors at the US District Court in San Diego argued Coleman is a flight risk and a danger to others or himself – until his next hearing, which is scheduled for November 5.  <br>Santa Barbara District Attorney Joyce E Dudley said his not guilty plea last Wednesday was expected, even with the FBI’s testimony.

    She told the  that ‘a confession isn’t the same as an admission of guilt’.<br> QA-non-obsessed father-of-two Matthew Taylor Coleman (pictured in court sketch), 40, pleaded not guilty to fatally shooting his young children with a spear gun on Wednesday in a San Diego US District Court<br> Last month Coleman was charged with two counts of foreign first-degree murder of United States nationals after allegedly shooting his two-year-old son Kaleo and 10-month-old daughter Roxy to death with a spear gun. The charge makes him eligible for the death penalty<br>Last month, Coleman was indicted and charged with two counts of foreign first-degree murder of United States nationals after he took his two-year-old son Kaleo and 10-month-old daughter Roxy to a Christian ranch in Mexico to murder them. <br>He told federal agents he used a spear fishing gun to shoot Kaleo and Roxy in the heart before dumping them in a field outside Rosarito. <br> Deputy Federal Public Defender Elena Sadowsky (pictured) was assigned to Coleman’s case on Thursday<br>According to court documents, when they did not die right away, Coleman stabbed his son 17 more time and his daughter 12 more times, cutting his own hand in the process. <br>The charges make him eligible for the death penalty. If the Attorney General decides against the death penalty, Coleman’s maximum sentence would be life in prison with a fine of up to $250,000.<br>Coleman was represented by a public defender. <br>While Coleman’s wife Abby had no clue her husband was a QAnon follower, one of his childhood friends said that the alleged killer ‘was constantly checking those sites on his phone’.

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    An anonymous family friend told People that Coleman’s wife Abby, 35, ‘didn’t see this coming’ and is haunted by questions of ‘what she could have done to stop it'<br> Coleman lived in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and two kids.

    He left on August 7 and checked into the City Express Hotel in Rosarito, Mexico. Two days later he was arrested after trying to get back in the US at the San Ysidro Point of Entry for informasi dunia kesehatan the murder of his two children<br> Coleman murdered his toddlers on a Christian ranch in Rosarito, Mexico (pictured) on the morning of Monday, August 9, after leaving his Santa Barbara home on Saturday and crossing the border without his wife’s knowledge<br>On August 7 the Santa Barbara native left his California home in a Mercedes Sprinter van with his toddler son Kaleo and infant daughter Roxy. <br>He crossed the border into Mexico and drove to Rosarito, where he checked into a City Express Hotel without Abby’s knowledge.<br>He told his wife that they were going on a camping trip but did not say where.

    He did not take a car seat and instead left with his 10-month-old daughter in a box. <br>Coleman didn’t answer any of his wife’s calls or texts the next day – a Saturday. Family members reported that they also could not reach Coleman. <br>CCTV footage from the hotel showed him checking out of the hotel early Monday with his children and returning later in the morning by himself.<br>Abby, 35, reported her husband and children missing that same day.

    She said she was concerned for her family’s well-being and because she knew her husband didn’t have a car seat, according to the documents. <br>When she spoke to police the day before the murder she said she did not believe Coleman would harm her children and that they would eventually return home. <br>Federal agents also confirmed that she and her husband did not have any sort of argument before he left. <br> Video footage showed Coleman (left), Kaleo (right) and Roxy (not seen in the picture) checking into the City Express Hotel in Rosarito on Saturday, August 7<br> CCTV footage shows Coleman leaving the hotel on Monday morning at 2.54am with his two children, Kaleo and Roxy<br> Coleman returned alone later Monday morning and then left the hotel for good in a Mercedes-Benz vehicle, authorities said<br>On August 9 Coleman was apprehended by police when trying to reenter the USA at the Ysidro Point of Entry.

    He then admitted to killing Kaleo and Roxy, telling federal agents that he was ‘enlightened’ by ‘QAnon and Illuminata’ conspiracy theories which claim the world is run by a group of Satan-worshipping pedophiles.<br>He also said he was ‘saving the world’ because his children were ‘going to grow into monsters’ since he believed they inherited serpent DNA from their mother.<br>According to court documents filed in LA, Coleman was ‘receiving visions and signs that his wife possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children’. <br>If he didn’t kill them, he ‘believed his children were going to grow into monsters’. <br>Oddly enough, the surf school owner also admitted that he knew what he did was wrong. <br>In the indictment obtained by DailyMail.com Coleman allegedly ‘committed the offence after substantial planning and premeditation to cause the death of a person’. <br>After the murder Coleman put his children’s slain bodies in some nearby brush, discarded their bloody clothes in a blue trash bin and threw the spear fishing gun near a creek, the affidavit said.<br>He was taken to Santa Ana jail the day after the murder and the Mexican authorities found the murder weapon, bloody clothes and a baby’s blanket.<br> The investigation started after the children’s mother Abby Coleman (pictured) reported her husband, son and daughter missing when Coleman didn’t answer any of her phone calls or texts<br> The surf instructor told federal agents that he knew what he did was wrong ‘but it was the only course of action that would save the world'<br> An affidavit was filed in LA following Coleman’s arrest.

    In the court documents, Coleman told federal agents that he was ‘receiving visions and signs that his wife possessed serpent DNA and had passed it onto his children'<br>According to the court documents, when a jailer asked him why there was a band-aid on his hand he said it was from ‘hurting his children’. <br>A month ago an anonymous source said that Abby ‘didn’t see this coming’ and is ‘devastated’.<br>The insider added: ‘No one did.

    But for her, she’s starting to question everything she ever knew about her husband. It’s devastating.<br>’So now she’s wondering what she could have done to stop it. Those questions are going to haunt her. If she had any idea that he was believing all this she would’ve helped him get help.
    But she didn’t know. And now the worst has happened.’  <br>In the months leading up to the crime Coleman’s posts on social media, which have since been taken down, veer from biblical quotes to prophetic and revelatory language.<br>Coleman openly talked about a new type of ‘Great American Renaissance’ that ‘will empower each person’s heart to come alive and explode’.

    He goes onto ask if 2020 could just be the ‘birth pains’ of what is on its way in 2021?<br>Indeed, the troubled father of two declares that his daughter Roxy Rain was ‘hand picked by God to slay the giants of the land’ and calls both his children ‘gifts from God’. <br> Federal agents will most likely be looking into the surf instructor’s social media accounts, which grew increasingly devout since the pandemic.

    It is unknown how long Coleman was entrenched in QAnon<br> Investigators will no doubt note how he appears to use increasingly biblical, prophetic and revelatory language<br> Religious screed: Coleman posted this picture to celebrate the birth of his daughter and declared that his daughter Roxy Rain was ‘hand picked by God to slay the giants of the land'<br>In another post, Coleman says ‘There is a truth buried in the heart of every man and woman which holds the key to God-likeness.

    This will open the door to a limitless flow of divine power and creativity’.<br><div class=”art-ins mol-factbox news floatRHS” data-version=”2″ id=”mol-e486a1c0-2b96-11ec-b86a-9953b594cca7″ website dad pleads not guilty to killing kids with spear gun

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