It has been announced that the manifesto left behind by Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale will be released to the public after the FBI is through analyzing it.
28-year-old Hale was shot and killed by police after she shot her way into a Christian elementary school and killed three nine-year-old students and three faculty members.
Hale left behind a manifesto that was recovered by police, who then handed it over to the FBI, raising the concern that the manifesto would be buried and never released to the public.
LGBTQ groups are also advocating against the release of the manifesto, even after the conclusion of the investigation, so the public doesn’t realize how their rhetoric is radicalizing people.
The executive director of Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere (COLAGE), Jordan Budd, said that the manifesto “should not be published” so that the public’s focus stays on the issue of gun control instead of the mental illness that prompted Hale to conduct the shooting in the first place.
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“The focus should be on how this was able to happen in the first place. There should not be such easy access to deadly weaponry,” he said.
LGBT groups are now actively trying to prevent the release of the trans terrorist manifesto. They don't want anyone to know how their rhetoric is radicalizing people. This is exactly why the manifesto must be released, and it must be released now. https://t.co/KVXfs9aNcD
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) March 28, 2023
Now, it has been announced that the FBI plans to release the manifesto following a complete review.
Robert Swope, a member of Nashville’s City Council, told the New York Post, “The manifesto is going to be released. It’s just a matter of when. There are some incredibly brilliant psychological minds and psychological analysts combing through her entire life.”
Swope added that the FBI’s “highly skilled team of criminal profilers” will be analyzing the manifesto’s contents “in tandem with” the Metro Nashville Police Department in a “very in-depth analysis of certain aspects of the shooter’s life.”
Hale also left behind detailed maps of the school she attacked, proving that this attack was pre-meditated.
The victims in this shooting are Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney, all 9 years old, and faculty members Mike Hill, a janitor at the school, substitute teacher Cynthia Peak, both 61, and 60-year-old head of school Katherine Koonce.