BREAKING: 7 Nashville police officers placed on 'administrative assignment' after trans school shooter’s manifesto leaked

Department spokesperson Don Aaron confirmed that "seven individuals are on administrative assignment to protect the integrity of the active, progressing investigation."

Seven officers of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department have been put on administrative assignment as the agency continues its probe into who exposed parts of the Covenant School shooter’s writings.

Department spokesman Don Aaron confirmed WSMV4 that “seven individuals are on administrative assignment to protect the integrity of the active, progressing investigation.”

Aaron stressed that this move was “absolutely not-punitive” and that out of consideration for the involved cops, the department would not be naming them.

The spokesman also said that the seven officers would maintain their police power as the probe ensues.

Audrey “Aiden” Hale's leaked manifesto included strong language, and exposed a  violent hatred of the “little crackers” with “white privilege.”

The three-page handwritten document, exposed by conservative commentator Steven Crowder, allegedly shows that Hale carefully planned the shooting she committed at The Covenant School on March 27. Hale killed three young children and three school staff before she was shot dead by responding police. 
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