Jason Lee Willie, 47, of Nashville, Illinois, who goes by "Alexia N. Willie," has been charged with 14 felony counts of Interstate Communication of a Threat to Injure, according to court documents. Willie was formally charged on Nov. 7 in the US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.
The indictment states that Willie threatened to kill and rape Christian schoolchildren, inject people with HIV, and more. He also allegedly proudly declared that he is a "pedophile," according to court documents.
"We're out here walking into your school, shooting your children, and I'm going to tell you right now, I'm gonna be one of them and the FBI isn't gonna stop me, but I'm gonna kill your children out here," Willie said, according to the indictment.
He asserted that the attacks would be justified due to claims that "transgender people are being picked on," saying that "We are at war." He mentioned transgender mass shooter Audrey Hale and threatened that there would be more similar attacks.
"A person in Tennessee walked into one of your schools and shot up a bunch of your Christian daughters. That's not the last of them if you don't shut your f*cking mouth," Willie said, according to the indictment.
"There's a lot of transgenders out here that are tired of being picked on and we're going to go into the schools and we're going to kill their f*cking children out here, and that's the end of it. We're at war," Willie allegedly said. He added, "Let me put a bullet in your head."
The indictment states that Willie made an online video call in August on the website MeetMe under the username "Mentally Unstable" and said: "I guarantee I'll be in the bathroom raping your Christian daughters." He also took aim at the Republican Party.
"I catch your daughters in them bathrooms alone, I am gonna f*ck them. I mean I am gonna f*ck f*ck them until they're dead," Willie allegedly said.
"I'm openly a pedophile…You can't do nothing about us. You can cry. Cry. Put me on national television, I don't care. I'm transgender, I'm in the bathroom raping your f*ck daughters and I'm openly letting you guys know this. The Republican Party, what are you f****ts going to do about us?" he said, according to the indictment.
Additionally, Willie threatened to inject HIV into people he saw wearing crosses.
"I catch you b*****s out here with a cross around your neck in that restroom, you better know we’re going to hit you with a f*cking syringe," he allegedly said.
The trans-identified suspect also threatened black people, according to Daily Wire, and said: "They're trash, they're Christian trash. They're transphobic, they're homophobic. They're no different than the f*cking white supremacists. That's exactly who the f*ck they are. Listen, Dave Chappelle and all the blacks out here, all the black people out here talking about trannies and s***, they ain’t no different than the white supremacists either. You all bow to the same cross."
Jason "Alexia" Willie has been arrested multiple times related to the same allegations, twice in August and once in October. However, a judge released Willie from custody on a $0 bond due to Illinois' new SAFE-T Act, which acts as a revolving door for suspects who identify as transgender. Trans people are given lenient repercussions over safety concerns, according to Reduxx.
During Willie's arrest on Oct. 16, the trans suspect mocked the police officers taking him into custody and said: "I'll get out of jail right now, you watch me. And when I get out you have no idea." Willie was correct and he was released 48 hours later on a $0 bond. Federal prosecutors brought this up during the hearing, the outlet reports.
Federal documents state that Willie was also released from state custody on August 17. Soon after, his roommate reported to police on August 24 that "Willie claimed to be learning how to use firearms and how to obtain a firearm so that she could follow through on the threats that she had made."
The FBI was tipped off by MeetMe again on August 25, stating that Willie had continued with similar threats. The FBI took Willie into custody on November 8 and his trial date has been set for January 16, 2024, according to the outlet.
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