Christian School Shooter’s Parents Seek Possession Of Trans Killer’s Writings

  • A lawyer for the parents of Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale, who killed three adults and three elementary students at a Christian school in March, said at a hearing Thursday that the family owns the killer’s manifesto.
  • The assertion came as part of a Tennessee lawsuit in which the National Police Association and private investigator Clata Brewer are asking the court to order the release of Hale’s writings in response to their public records requests, said Doug Pierce, an attorney for the NPA.
  • “During the course of this hearing, a real kind of gratuitous thing happened, and that is one of the lawyers for the parents introduced a criminal defense lawyer who says that he represents the parents of the shooter,” Pierce told Fox News Digital on Thursday. “He said that the shooter died without having a will and therefore has no other heirs, so whatever those writings, i.e., the manifesto, he says they belong to the parents, and the parents are going to assign their interest in those writings to the school.”
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