Authorities: Nashville Shooter Left Suicide Note, 19 Journals, and Other Docs
The 28-year-old transgender assailant who shot and murdered six people at a Nashville Christian school on March 27, 2023, left behind a suicide note, 19 diaries, and other materials that have all been withheld from the public.
According to Breitbart News, the transgender shooter brought legally acquired weaponry into the school and strolled the hallways with a pistol caliber carbine hunting for victims.
She was shot and killed by Metropolitan Nashville Police Department officers on the second floor of the school.
The attacker left behind “cellphones and laptops, as well as a suicide note, three folders and 19 journals,” per NBC News. Yet, none of the writings have been made available to the public.
NBC News observed:
“The potential release of the journals has become a point of friction in the case: While local investigators said they are continuing to analyze the writings with assistance from the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit in Quantico, Virginia, some in the community said the writings must be made public without delay to help people understand the carnage and Hale’s state of mind.”
Until now, federal authorities believe that no clear motivation for the transgender's murderous attack on the Christian school has emerged.