Shocking body camera footage shows the moment an Indiana woman threatened to behead local police officers while claiming to be a member of the Islamic State terror group.
“If you don’t get fired, f****** toast, ISIS will f****** your head off,” Judge Sierra Malloy, 43, could be heard telling officers who responded to the reports of arson outside a Spectrum cable store on Old Business Road in Evansville on Sunday evening.
Malloy went on to tell officers at the scene that they did not know who they were dealing with as she allegedly admitted to tearing down the company’s American flag, setting it on fire and replacing it with a green flag from the company. Islamic State.
“You were hit by terrorists at the worst time, you don’t know that yet,” she tells police – whom she accuses of “selling my children to paedophiles” and keeping children under government buildings for drink their blood.
Malloy was charged with flag desecration, intimidation, criminal mischief and trespassing. She is being held in Vanderburgh County Jail on $1,500 bond.
Sierra Justice Malloy, 43, was seen on body camera footage threatening to behead police officers in Evansville, Indiana while claiming to be a member of ISIS.
Evansville officers are seen here pulling down the green Islamic State flag which she admitted to setting up outside a Spectrum cable store
Authorities say they first received a call from someone at the Spectrum cable store just after 9:45 p.m. Sunday.
“The advised grass called was on fire about six to 10 feet from the building,” Officer Ed Kitzinger wrote in an affidavit obtained by the Evansville Mail and Press. “Firefighters were already on scene and the fire had been extinguished.”
At 9:52 p.m., body cameras worn by police showed an officer approaching the scene, where Malloy was already handcuffed and a green flag could be seen waving from the top of a flag pole.
Officers removed her belongings, as she told them, “You were hit by terrorists at the worst time.”
Malloy continued to hurl a flurry of homophobic insults and slurs at officers in the heavily censored video as officers behind her pulled down the green flag.
At that point, she threatened to “cut your fucking heads off”.
‘My head?’ asks an officer.
“Yeah, he’ll cut your head off,” Malloy replies. “You don’t know who I am, do you?” You will find out who I am.
One of the officers then asked Malloy if she was following Osama bin Laden or Saddam Hussein, to which Malloy replied, “Maybe I am.” Happy September 11.’
“Yeah, you got hit by terrorists at the worst time, you don’t know that yet,” she continued. “Indeed, pay attention to what I say to you boys.
She then accused the officers of having “kids under these government buildings, f***** abusing them, drinking their blood.”
She also said they were “selling my kids to pedophiles,” all of which are apparent Q-Anon conspiracy theories.
Malloy continued to curse the officers, when the officer whose camera was recording approached the green flag, now on the ground.
‘What is this?’ He asked.
“An Islamic flag,” replied his colleague.
“Oh, is that an Islamic State flag?” ” he precised.
“Yeah, it’s ISIS,” another off-screen officer was heard saying.
“Yeah, that’s right, I’m ISIS, indeed,” Malloy admits, to which the officer whose body camera is recording simply says, “huh.”
Malloy was charged with flag desecration, intimidation, criminal mischief and trespassing. She is being held in Vanderburgh County Jail on $1,500 bond
She apparently claimed on Facebook that she was the daughter of neo-Nazi Joseph Paul Franklin, a notorious serial killer in the 1970s, accusing the FBI of setting him up.
Many posts on Lori D. Franklin’s Facebook page were anti-Semitic, including this one with a swastika on a candle saying ‘Be the light’
According to court documents obtained by the Courier and the press, Malloy went on to claim that her ISIS handle was Lori D. Franklin.
A public Facebook account by that name includes a slew of anti-Semitic content and features posts associated with the Q-Anon movement like #SaveTheChildren and #KidsforCash.
She also claimed on the page that she was the daughter of neo-Nazi Joseph Paul Franklin, a notorious serial killer in the 1970s, accusing the FBI of setting him up.
Other posts said white people were under attack for integration into the United States and called for justice for the January 6 rioters.
‘I’ve lived long enough seeing Americans left in Afghanistan with our enemies the Taliban,” she wrote in an August post.
“White Americans have been framed and murdered by the government. We are now labeled as domestic terrorists simply because we are white in America. #WhiteLivesMatter,” she claimed.
Another post also featured a swastika above a candle saying “Be the light”.
It is unclear whether Malloy has retained any attorneys who could speak on his behalf.