Matthew Taylor Coleman Wiki
Matthew Taylor Coleman Biography
Who is Matthew Taylor Coleman?
Matthew Taylor Coleman had written to a friend about what has been going through his mind in the 10 months since he was jailed for the murder of his two sons in August 2021.
Coleman has confessed to killing his 2-year-old son Kaleo and 10-month-old daughter Roxy by shooting them in the heart with a harpoon after driving to Rosalito, Mexico, from their home in Santa Barbara, California.
The QAnon-obsessed father brainwashed by conspiracy theories who allegedly killed his children with a spearfishing gun because he believed they had serpent DNA admitted in a handwritten letter that he was ‘delusional.’
“I was misled,” Coleman wrote in the letter from an undisclosed federal prison in California. I was fooling myself. Now I know that the DNA thing was an illusion in my own mind. I forced myself to believe something that wasn’t there.
Charged and Arrest
He has been charged with two counts of first degree murder of US citizens abroad and has pleaded not guilty. A court hearing scheduled for May was pushed back to the end of July.
In August 2021, Coleman and his wife were packing for a family trip when Coleman loaded the children into the truck and drove away from their home in Santa Barbara, California.
Coleman’s wife, Abby, called police concerned, but she told authorities that she didn’t think her children were in danger and that she thought they would all be home soon.
But instead, Coleman took the boys to a ranch in Mexico and killed them with a speargun. His bodies were found on the side of the road and Coleman was later arrested as he tried to return to the United States in the family’s Mercedes Sprinter Van.After police detained Coleman at the San Ysidro port of entry on August 9, 2021, and confronted him with the fact that they had found the children’s bodies, he confessed to the murders.
Coleman told authorities that he had been radicalized by British conspiracy theorist David Icke, and that he was possessed to think there were “lizard people” on earth, court documents revealed.Icke’s theories are so extreme that he has been banned from Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.”He explained that he first found out about ‘Lizard People’ on Twitter and ‘that British guy with white hair,'” FBI Special Agent Joseph P. Hamer wrote in his search warrant.
Coleman previously told investigators how he believed he and his children were entering the Matrix.He told investigators that his real name “was Neo”. M. Coleman ‘and talked about time travel, teleportation’, and testified that his children had warned him ‘about babies being placed in fireworks, food and walls’.
Coleman went on to claim that Q, the name of the anonymous account whose 2017 post on image-sharing site 4Chan sparked the QAnon movement, was contacting him directly, telling agents that he “eventually… saw the big picture.” I had to kill.” his children to prevent them from becoming an alien species that would unleash carnage on Earth.
Coleman “said that he knew what he did was wrong, but that it was the only course of action that would save the world,” according to court documents.