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“AMERICAN PSYCHO:” Margate Man Posted Pics Of Blood-Soaked Clothing, Novel On Facebook

Robert Mondragon
Robert Mondragon
Robert Mondragon

Robert Mondragon, a self-proclaimed body modification “mechanic,” posted pictures of his blood soaked face, clothing and a book on Facebook early last year. On Friday, the Broward Sheriffs Office (BSO) announced Mondragon was arrested for leaving dead animals at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Coral Springs. Officials say Mondragon was obsessed with mass school shootings and murder.

In late 2020, Mondragon abandoned his traditional Facebook profile when he started a new profile under the pseudonym “Mors Mortem.” Mondragon’s last post as “Mors Mortem” was made in late July 2022.

His profile was filled with disturbing imagery. Mondragon often posted information about suicide, autism and the Twisted Metal video game.

Mondragon Wearing Henry D. Perry Education Center Lanyard

On January 26, 2022, Mondragon posted a selfie with the caption, “Dying on the inside, surviving on the outside.“ Mondragon is wearing a Henry D. Perry Education Center lanyard around his neck. It is unclear if the photograph was taken inside the school.

On February 5, 2021, a disturbing selfie shows Mondragon’s face and tshirt covered in blood. Another photograph posted that day shows pages of Bret Easton Ellis’ American Psycho novel smeared with blood.

Robert Mondragon Facebook post of American Psycho
Robert Mondragon

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony Hid Details Of 1993 Killing From Governor RonDeSantis, Police

Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony failed to disclose details of his 1993 killing of a Philadelphia man to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. On Saturday, The Florida Bulldog ung Tony “shot and killed a man when he was a teenager living in a poor urban neighborhood in Philadelphia, according to records and interviews with family members of the dead man.” Tony was 14 years old when he shot Hector “Chino” Rodriguez multiple times in the head.

“When I was 14 years old, growing up in a neighborhood in Philadelphia filled with violence and gang activity, I shot an armed man in self-defense. The juvenile authorities reviewed my actions and cleared my name,” Tony wrote in an email to The Florida Bulldog. “This was the most difficult and painful experience of my life and I have never spoken of it publicly. I worked every day from that time forward to leave the violence that surrounded me in Philadelphia behind.”

Speaking with Florida Politics, Tony said he failed to disclose the incident to Governor Ron DeSantis before his appointment as Broward Sheriff.

“I have never disclosed it, because I was never arrested,” Tony explained.

“Under Pennsylvania law, juveniles are not arrested, they go through a petition of delinquency. It never came up on my background checks or clearances, since I was a juvenile and I didn’t commit a crime, as it was self-defense.”

REDBROWARD obtained copies of two newspaper reports of the 1993 incident. In both stories, Sheriff Tony is identified as “Gregory Scott-Toney.”

In one report, Tony’s father William Scott claimed the weapon was unloaded when Tony took it from under his mattress. Scott said Tony knew where the bullets were kept.