FBI refuses to comment on leaked Nashville shooter's manifesto which claims 'there were a number of times' she could have been caught in 2021

"As this matter is being addressed by the courts, the FBI will not be commenting on the reported documents."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Following the leak of pages from trans Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale's alleged manifesto on Monday morning, the FBI has refused to comment on the matter.

"As this matter is being addressed by the courts, the FBI will not be commenting on the reported documents," FBI Memphis Field Office Public Affairs officer Elizabeth Clement-Webb wrote in an email to the Daily Wire’s Gregg Re.

The three pages of handwritten notes released by Steven Crowder on Monday morning revealed Hale planning down to the minute how the Covenant School shooting would take place, in which three teachers and three children were killed, as well as acknowledging that Hale would be killed in the process.

On one page, Hale wrote, "There were several times I could have been caught especially back in the summer of 2021. None of that matters now. I am almost an hour & 7 minutes away."

In one of the pages headlined, "Kill those kids!!!,” Hale calls the students “crackers” and expresses hatred for their “white privilege.” 

Hale wrote: “those crackers... going to fancy private schools with those fancy khakis + sports backpacks w/ their daddies mustangs + convertibles."

"F*ck you little sh*ts," she wrote. 

Hale added: “Wanna kill all you little crackers!!! Bunch of little faggots w/ your white privileges f*ck you faggots."

The FBI has come under fire for refusing to release the manifesto following the March 27, 2023, shooting despite months of pressure to do so. Freedom of Information Act Requests have been filed to make the writing public. The Covenant School filed a motion to block the release of handwritten documents, which were found on Hale's clothes after her death.

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