Terrifying Bodycam Footage Shows Teen Calmly Confesses to Murdering Decapitated Unhoused Man

A chilling new true crime documentary delves into the horrifying murder of beloved Grand Junction, Colorado community member Warren Barnes, a 69-year-old man experiencing homelessness. In the film, which has garnered over 11 million views within a week of its release by the Explore With Us YouTube channel, previously unseen bodycam footage and interrogation videos shed light on the senseless killing.

Brian Cohee, a 21-year-old man diagnosed with major depressive disorder, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder, was sentenced to life in prison without parole for the gruesome crime, despite attempting to plead insanity.

Cohee admitted to police that he murdered Barnes in a heinous attack fueled by a longstanding desire to understand the sensation of killing.

The documentary provides a chilling insight into the events leading up to the crime, the investigation that followed, and the disturbing confession by Cohee. The tragic loss of Barnes has left a lasting impact on the Grand Junction community, with a memorial now standing in his memory at the very spot where he used to enjoy reading.

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