The Covenant School, the Nashville Christian academy that was the site of a brutal mass shooting by trans killer that killed 3 children and 3 adults, has filed a court motion seeking to intervene in lawsuits demanding the public release of Audrey Hale's manifesto.
The National Police Association (NPA) and Tennessee Firearms Association (TFA) have separately filed suits against the city with the objective of having the manifesto released.
These lawsuits have arisen as the Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) was in the process of reviewing Hale's writings to assess the possibility of making them public.
The school argues that the release of this information could potentially endanger the security and safety of the school, its staff, and students.
The motion also asserts that the requested records in the lawsuits may contain sensitive information belonging to the school, such as facility schematics and confidential data regarding employees and students.
Responding to the motion, Wally Dietz, Director of Law for Metro Nashville, issued a statement expressing support for the school's motion. "Metro supports the motion because we believe the Church and the School have a right to be heard."
The city of Nashville also weighed in: "The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson does not oppose the intervention of Covenant Presbyterian Church of Nashville or The Covenant School. The Metropolitan Government believes these entities have important interests in whether the documents in MNPD's investigative file are released to the public. The Metropolitan Government supports their intervention and asks that the Court give them an opportunity to participate in the show cause hearing and consider their interests and arguments."
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