Seven Nashville police officers have been placed on administrative leave amid an investigation into how the ‘manifesto’ of trans school shooter Audrey Hale leaked online.
Nashville Police Department told WSMV that the officers were suspended after a probe into how three pages of notes written by Hale before she opened fire at The Covenant School in March.
She fatally shot three nine-year-olds and three teachers before turning the gun on herself.
The manifesto had been shrouded in secrecy since the shooting, until they were leaked on Monday by controversial podcast host Steven Crowder, who claimed his reporters obtained it from a detective on the scene.
Police sources told Fox 17 that the documents were authentic, and purport to show Hale’s plan to target ‘white privileged’ ‘cr*****s’ and ‘f****ts’ before killing herself.
Audrey Hale, a 28-year-old transgender former student of the school, murdered three nine-year-olds and three teachers on March 23 before being shot dead by police
Controversial podcast host Steven Crowder published leaked photos of the manifesto despite the ongoing court battle over whether or not they should become public
Hale is shown inside the school with one of the seven weapons she purchased legally
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