Nashville Shooter’s Manifesto Discovered

( – The Chief of Police in Nashville, Tennessee, confirmed the discovery of three pages from the Nashville shooter’s manifesto.

28-year-old Audrey Hale, who identified as transgender, shot and killed three children and three adults at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 27 of this year. Hale had attended the school.

Since the shooting, the press and the public have urged police to release the “manifesto” Hale wrote, but law enforcement officials have refused to do so. Now, conservative political commentator Steven Crowder has released three pages of the manifesto after obtaining it from an unknown source.

Hale was shot and killed by police on the day of the massacre.

Crowder, the conservative pundit, is the first person to have received photos of the three pages of Hale’s manifesto. He posted the pages along with commentary on his social media platforms and revealed them on his talk show “Louder with Crowder.”

The first page shown has a title of “DEATH DAY.” Hale wrote about how she hoped she would have a “high death count” when she attacked and shot people in the school.

On another page, Hale expressed her hate of white children and wrote that she wanted to “kill those kids.” She called the children “those crackers” and talked about their “mop yellow hair.” The manifesto contained many other vulgar statements against the children as well as complaints about how privileged they were.

There was also a page with a timetable for the day of the shooting. Hale wrote that she would “open fire” at 12:33 p.m., and that she would “die” after the attack.

On Monday, Nashville Police Chief John Drake said the pages from the Covenant Christian School mass shooter’s writings were authentic. He said he was upset that the three pages were leaked to the general public, and that the police are now investigating who may have “leaked” the material. Law enforcement wants to find and punish those involved in the leak. Drake said is disappointed in the leak and that whoever is responsible shows a total lack of empathy for the families of those who died in the shooting at the school.

Drake continued, stating that the leaker did not respect the court system. He said his department awaited the “ultimate resolution of the litigation concerning the journals.” The chief said he could not release the shooter’s writings until after the courts render a decision on the case.

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