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Several Nashville Police Officers Suspended Following Manifesto Leak

Following Steven Crowder gaining access and leaking the manifesto of the Covenant School shooter, Audrey Hale, chaos has broken out in Nashville.

The Mayor was outraged that the manifesto was leaked and initiated an investigation into the source of the leak.

Several police officers have been placed on leave for being connected to the incident.

What do these people have to hide?

Fox News has more on the story:

A day after three pages purported to have come from the manifesto of Covenant School shooter Audrey Hale appeared online, Nashville Mayor Freddie O’Connell is calling the potential leak a “violation” of the victims’ families as the city investigates whether the leak was “illegal.”

“Our first thought was let’s make sure that we continue to focus on connecting the families that have been traumatized to resources that can help with that,” he told reporters Tuesday. “And then also, let’s make sure that we have an independent review of how these materials, which are under seal right now, could have found their way outside the legal process.”

He added that he could still not comment on the veracity of the images, which are photographs of pages of a notebook.

The Metro Nashville Police Department said Monday they could not confirm or deny the legitimacy of the photos, which appear to have been taken in the Covenant School parking lot, but said they were “not MNPD crime scene images.”

Many people are speculating that the media and Nashville have been trying to hide the manifesto because it made references to targeting white people.

Steven Crowder came out on X to show proof that the manifesto was indeed real:

The folks at The Hill have more on the story:

“This Court can shield [the parents] from a lifetime of abuse and harassment by the shooter from beyond the grave,” the suit from the parents reads. “The Parents believe that the large tranche of documents they do not object to will provide the public with the information needed to understand this horrific crime.”

“There is no compelling state interest in giving voice to a horrendous criminal,” it continued.

That lawsuit is still pending.

The six people killed in the shooting included three children and three school staff members. The shooter was killed by police at the scene.

In his order for an investigation, Mayor Freddie O’Connell said the effort may include local, state and federal law enforcement.

“I am deeply concerned with the safety, security and well-being of the Covenant families and all Nashvillans we are grieving,” he said.

How is hiding the manifesto protecting the parents of the victims?

Everybody deserves to know the truth behind the killings.

The fact that radical leftist ideology pushed a killer to target white Christians.


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