Report: Trans 'Woman' Arrested For Threatening To Shoot Kids

Brittany M. Hughes | October 17, 2023
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A transgender woman - also known as a dude - was reportedly arrested in Illinois after threatening to shoot children in retaliation for anti-trans "bullying," per an investigative article from Reduxx.

The outlet reports:

On August 14, the Springfield-area FBI intercepted a live-stream on social media they deemed “suspicious.” In the video, an individual was seen making a number of disturbing threats towards schools and local children, specifically indicating there were plots in-progress to commit a school shooting, though no single institution was named.

The person in question was reportedly identified as 47-year-old Perry County resident Jason L. Willie, a biological male who believes himself to be a woman and who goes by “Alexia Willie.” In the live-stream, Reduxx reports Willie made statements including, “We’re going to shoot your kids” and “the FBI can’t stop us,” and specifically referred to the Covenant School shooting in Nashville last March by a disturbed transgender man (i.e., a biological woman) that left three staff members and three children dead.

According to their report, Perry County Sheriff Chad Howard told Reduxx that officers quickly showed up to the residence and spoke with Willie’s male partner in the home, who provided more information that led to Willie’s arrest. Howard added that Willie actively resisted arrest and had to be tased before being manhandled into a cop car and taken down to the station. 

Officers were initially concerned that Willie’s use of the word “we” in his online threats indicated he was working with one or more people to coordinate an attack. After speaking with him, they found out he was referring to all trans people, saying he was tired of anti-trans “bullying.”

“At the time, we were under the impression that, possibly, there was more than one person involved. As it turns out, he was speaking about the transgender community,” Howard told Reduxx.

“He made the comment in a [police] interview when asked about what he meant by ‘we’ and ‘us.’ He said he was specifically tired of being made fun of and bullied for being transgender. So when he was saying ‘we’ and ‘us’ he was representing the transgender community as a whole.”

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Oh, but it gets better. And by “better,” I mean way worse.

After being detained and questioned, Reduxx reports Willie was released 48 hours later on $0 bond, and all charges related to the threats were dropped “due to a lack of specific target.”

“Because there was no one individual person or individual school directly threatened, the disorderly conduct did not stick. It was not capable of being filed,” Howard explained.

Within two days, the FBI was again alerted to more videos posted by Willie that included similar threats. Again, police showed up to his home, took him in, and questioned him - and again, Willie was released without being charged. He's due in court in a few weeks on charges of resisting arrest, but none to do with threatening to shoot children. 

I feel like we’ve seen this movie before. I don’t recall it having a happy ending.

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