Social media platforms lit up this week after news that the Nashville shooter’s alleged manifesto was leaked.
Many Americans were quick to point out the obvious reasons that the FBI didn’t want anyone to see this alleged evidence.
But there’s still something missing after the Nashville shooter’s purported manifesto was made public online.
Nashville shooter was allegedly targeting “crackers” who attend “fancy schools”
In March of this year, the country was shocked when a woman who identified as a transgender male went into The Covenant School in Nashville and opened fire on innocent elementary-aged kids.
Up until now, the country has largely been in the dark about the shooter’s motives for the attack.
However, this week conservative commentator Steven Crowder released what he claimed to be the shooter’s alleged manifesto that everyone has wanted to see.
Images of the alleged manifesto were leaked to social media and highlighted Audrey Hale’s purported interest in targeting the children because they were “crackers” who attended a “private fancy school.”
While no one in law enforcement has confirmed the authenticity of the alleged manifesto, the Metro Nashville Police Department did issue a statement on it.
JUST IN: Metro Nashville Police Dept. issues statement regarding release of purported school shooter’s manifesto
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 6, 2023
The statement said that “counselors are available to assist [Covenant families] in coping with the emotional trauma caused by the dissemination” of these writings.
In the wake of the alleged writings being published online, people are noticing some strange things.
“Could have been caught” several times, according to the alleged manifesto
Rogan O’Handley, aka DC Draino on X, pointed out that Hale indicated she was surprised that she made it to that fateful day.
“I can’t believe it’s here. Don’t know how I was able to get this far, but here I am,” Hale allegedly wrote in the leaked manifesto.
But one line really stood out above the rest.
“There were several times I could have been caught, especially back in the summer of 2021,” Hale’s alleged manifesto read.
It’s unclear what this means, but it seems to imply that Hale had been previously investigated in one way or another.
There was never a mention of Hale having previously interacted with law enforcement.
DC Draino suggested it’s possible that this is why the FBI didn’t want to release the manifesto and said that “Congress should investigate” the circumstances.
That is not the only thing that stood out from this purported manifesto.
“Final video tape” still being withheld from the public
In one image, the notebook featured a detailed schedule for what Hale allegedly called “Death Day.”
It allegedly detailed everything from “Get Dressed” at 7:00am to “arrive in designated parking space” at 12:05 pm.
There were times for the shooter to load all weapons, test a glass breaking knife, and a “Time 2 die.”
At 11:20am, Hale was said to record the “final videotape” that should be 10 minutes long.
That means that there is a last-minute account and a possible first-person explanation of what motivated this horrific incident.
According to a police inventory list published by Nick Sortor, there were a total of at least 11 home videos found under the stairs in the basement of Hale’s home.
There was also a suicide note and multiple journals seized by the police.
🚨 WHAT ELSE ARE NASHVILLE PD & FBI HIDING?
Nashville PD, just a FEW HOURS after the shooting, was able to execute a warrant on Audrey Hale’s home
Here are some of the assets they seized and are STILL withholding:
• Up to 20 JOURNALS
• A SUICIDE NOTE
• PSYCH/MEDICAL FOLDER… pic.twitter.com/X9ND5goCbv
— Nick Sortor (@nicksortor) November 6, 2023
This alleged manifesto is just the tip of the iceberg.
That’s why the public should demand the release of all these items.