Posted BY: | NwoReport
Over the weekend, the Covenant Presbyterian Church and associated Covenant School filed a motion to block the public release of the manifesto of the transgender shooter who attacked the school, court documents revealed.
On March 27, a 28-year-old female opened fire at the Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, killing three children and three adult staff members before being fatally shot by police.
Inside the attacker’s home, authorities located the shooter’s manifesto, which included a map of the school and other writings. Police reported that the shooter had spent months planning the attack.
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In late April, the Metro Nashville Police Department stated that it was reviewing the manifesto for public release. However, shortly after the announcement, the department reported that its attorneys advised the department to withhold the materials amid a pair of lawsuits.
The lawsuits, filed by the Tennessee Firearms Association and the Nashville Police Association, demanded the public release of the attacker’s writings and police communications regarding the manifesto.