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Wait, I thought Fox News told me only Muslims practiced this kind of violent religious intolerance!
Isaiah Zoar Marin, 21, is charged with first-degree murder for the killing of Jacob Andrew Crockett, 19. Marin is accused of using a “long knife or sword” to kill Crockett.
According to a court affidavit, the suspect, Marin, is described as a “religious zealot” and “heavy drug user.”
The victim, Crockett, is the son of an Oklahoma state trooper.
Police report the victim had what appeared to be multiple deep slash and stab wounds and the “head was mostly severed from his body.”
Marin was watching videos on YouTube “related to his Christian beliefs and the Book of Matthew” before the murder, according to the affidavit.
The document also notes that Marin had feuded with Crockett in the past because the victim was practicing witchcraft.
The defendant’s brother, Samuel Marin, said “in the past Jacob and Isaiah had disagreements” because Jacob had been” practicing witchcraft and Isaiah had strong Christian beliefs,” a Stillwater police officer reported.
Police say the two men were “acquaintances” and Crockett was attending class at Northern Oklahoma College, but was planning to transfer to OSU.
Marin’s Facebook page features many posts professing his love for God, with the latest public post being on Aug.