Nashville Shooter’s Parents Want To Turn Over Manifesto To School’s Children

Nashville Shooter's Parents Want To Turn Over Manifesto To School's Children

  • In a new twist in the legal battle over the release of the Covenant School killer’s manifesto, the attorney for the parents of Audrey Elizabeth Hale notified the court on Thursday his clients intend to assign rights to those documents over to the children of the school.
  • Hale’s parents, Ronald and Norma Hale, are claiming intestate possession of their daughter’s documents. The laws of intestacyestablish a specific order of priority for the distribution of assets. Typically, a surviving spouse and children are given priority, followed by other close relatives, such as parents and siblings. If there are no surviving relatives, the assets may be turned over to the state.
  • For now, the documents are in the hands of the MNPD and the FBI. Both law enforcement agencies have denied requests for the records from multiple parties.
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