Trans Nashville school shooter wore clothing covered in scribbled notes, her manifesto still has not been released

The report also noted that Hale wore a plastic anklet with the number "508407" inscribed on it.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Transgender Nashville school shooter Audrey Elizabeth Hale, who was killed by police after entering the Covenant School in late March and fatally shooting three students and three staff members, has been revealed to have written messages on the inside of her clothing before the shooting, an autopsy report revealed.

According to the New York Post, the report noted that Hale’s clothing was covered in handwritten notes, drawings, and numbers. It is unclear what was written in the messages.

The report also noted that Hale wore a plastic anklet with the number "508407" inscribed on it.

Hale was noted to be transgender in the report, but is officially listed as female. She was carrying a knife at the time that was inscribed with "Aiden," the name she chose for her transgender identity.

A forensic pathologist discovered a scar on Hale’s forehead, but no scars on her wrists. No drugs or alcohol were found in the toxicology screening.

The autopsy was conducted on March 28, the day after the fatal school shooting, by Dr. Emily Dennison.

Hale also had bruises, "minor" blunt force trauma, and abrasions on her body, the autopsy report revealed.

One bullet passed through both of Hale’s lungs and spine, from right to left, front to back and slightly downward, and hitting an arm as the bullet exited the body.

A second bullet hit Hale in the head, traveling back to front, right to left and upward, and a third bullet struck Hale in the femur, fragmenting and coming out in two places, also traveling right to left.

The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department revealed in April that Hale had planned the shooting at the school, of which Hale was a former student, "over a period of months," and fired 152 rounds from the moment she shot her way into the school until she was killed by police.

A manifesto was recovered by police, the release of which has been embroiled in legal battles. 

Members of Tennessee’s House have urged the police to release the manifesto so the General Assembly can "construct effective solutions that can prevent future acts of violence."

The parents of Hale have stated that they intend to assign the rights of Hale’s manifesto to the families of the children killed in the shooting.

Hale killed Hallie Scruggs, Evelyn Dieckhaus, and William Kinney, all nine years old, as well as 60-year-old Head of School Katherine Koonce, and custodian Michael Hill and substitute teacher Cynthia Peak, both 61.

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