Nazi woman who spray-painted racist & transphobic messages on Dem headquarters arrested

Allison Christine Johnson's mugshot

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

An Oklahoma woman is facing five charges in connection to racist, homophobic, and transphobic graffitti in Oklahoma City.

On March 28, the glass doors and pavement outside the Oklahoma Democratic Party building were spray-painted with Nazi symbols and hate messages that included “Gas the Jews,” “White planet only. Gas the rest,” “Democrats N****r Trannies,” “Go to Germany Weimer degenerates,” and swastikas.

“HH” and “1488,” both references to Nazis, were also found spray-painted.

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Similar graffiti was found outside the Oklahoma City office of the Chickasaw Nation, where the words “Indians will be gassed” were painted.

A week later on April 4, similar graffiti was found again outside the Democratic Party building and a school.

Allison Christine Johnson, 45, turned herself in to police in Norman, Oklahoma, just south of Oklahoma City, where she was arrested. She was caught on video defacing the Democratic Party headquarters.

She said that she wanted to scare Jews and racial minorities and spoke at length with police about her racist beliefs and her goal to “wake people up.”

Court records show that she faces one felony and three misdemeanor counts of malicious injury to property, as well as one misdemeanor charge of malicious intimidation or harassment. The charges stem from the April 4 incidents.

She is being held on $25,000 bond.

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Posted by Oklahoma City Police Department on Thursday, March 28, 2019

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