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Members of the community had sued the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department and the city for the release of the documents after the March shooting. The circumstances of the shooting — in which a transgender gunwoman attacked The Covenant School, a private Christian school — led some to conclude the act was planned as an anti-Christian hate crime. The Covenant School itself had filed suit to stop the release of the document. The document’s author assailed the “white [privileges]” of their targets in the manifesto. The documents also outlined a plan for a mass shooting, with scheduled actions before an imminent attack. The handwritten notes were signed “Audrey.” Fox News. Six people were killed in the mass shooting — among them three young children. The shooter was fatally shot by law enforcement responding to the scene of the massacre.
🚨 BREAKING: Nashville School Covenant Shooter Audrey Hale’s “DEATH DAY” Manifesto Targeted “Cr*ckers” with “white privlages”“wanna kill all you little cr*ckers” “I hope I have a high death count” “I’m ready…I hope my victims aren’t.” “Ready to die.”#NashvilleManifesto pic.twitter.com/89Ie6TlgRf — Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 6, 2023
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