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Nashville Covenant School Files Motion To Block Release Of Shooter’s Manifesto

The Covenant Christian School in Nashville, Tennessee filed a motion to block the release of Audrey Hale’s manifesto. Audrey “Aiden” Hale recently shot the school up, taking the lives of three adults and three children. Audrey was a biological woman who identified as a male. The motives for the shooting aren’t really known to the public. However, Hale did leave a manifesto. This has been known to the police and the general public for weeks now.

What the general public does not know is the actual contents of the manifesto. Disclosing this information could possibly give the outside world a look into what made this person do what they did. For some reason, there are a lot of forces preventing the manifesto’s release.

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An article in reference to the school’s attorney’s decision to file the aforementioned motion is legal mumbo-jumbo at best. All that people are left with are questions and assumptions. Maybe Audrey Hale accused high-ranking people at the Covenant School of some type of inappropriate behavior. Maybe the manifesto contains private information about the school and people that would leave people in danger.

SOURCES:

The Covenant School files motion to protect interests amid manifesto release lawsuits | WZTV

Nashville Covenant School shooter’s unredacted manifesto given to judge ahead of public hearing: report | Fox News

Tennessee Republicans call for The Covenant School shooter manifesto release | WZTV

Nashville Covenant School shooter’s manifesto delivered to judge

Nashville Covenant School shooter’s unredacted manifesto given to judge ahead of public hearing: report | Fox News

The Covenant School files motion to protect interests amid manifesto release lawsuits | WZTV

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