Judge obtains unedited manifesto of Nashville shooter

An attorney in Nashville, Tennessee, on Friday handed an unredacted copy of the manifesto of the shooter who killed six people at Covenant School to a judge for review after a number of lawsuits seeking disclosure were filed. submitted to.

according to WZTVAttorneys submitted two versions of the manifesto written by Audrey Hale, 28, an unedited copy and a proposed redacted copy, to the Davidson County Premier’s Office for review. A public hearing on the manifesto release is scheduled for June 8.

On March 27, Hale, a former student at a private Christian school, was shot dead by Nashville police after killing three 9-year-old children and three school workers. Authorities later searched Hale’s property and found five laptops, a suicide note, two memoirs, five Covenant School yearbooks and seven mobile phones, according to the search warrant.

Nashville Police earlier this month suggested the agency would release the manifesto, but “pending lawsuits” delayed the process.Department store tweeted On May 3, it said, “Due to the pending lawsuit filed this week, the Nashville Metropolitan Police Department is suspending the release of records related to the Covenant School shooting pending a court order or direction. I have been advised by my lawyer to do so.”

City and county officials are scheduled to hold a status meeting on Thursday to discuss plans for public hearings.

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