Last Updated on April 17, 2023
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) director David Rausch is defending law enforcement’s decision not to release the so-called manifesto of transgender Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale. Curiously, Rausch drew an unclear distinction between a “manifesto” and what Rausch calls “journal-type rantings.” Hale killed six civilians at Nashville’s Covenant School, a Christian academy.
“It’s been characterized as a manifesto. I think that’s a mischaracterization, personally,” Rausch said in a recent interview. “The documents that we have, and I have viewed those. One is specifically a plan, and the other is some, uh, journal-type rantings…When you talk about a manifesto you talk about something similar to, like, the Unabomber, like, behind it. Ideological expressions. Uh, none of that has surfaced.”
The Director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, David Rausch, has released new information about the diaries and writings of Trans Shooter Audrey Hale:
“It’s been characterised as a manifesto, I think that’s a mischaracterisation”.
He then describes the diaries and… pic.twitter.com/PBVZyo08lj
— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) April 14, 2023
David Rausch gained scrutiny for previously pushing for the Coronavirus needle injection, a dangerous and deadly mRNA injection that the globalist establishment pushed worldwide. Does Rausch have an agenda to conceal the shooter’s so-called “rantings”? If so, why? Are political narratives being protected here?
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director David Rausch says the Nashville shooter's writings are just "journal-type rantings" showing no clear motive, and are not a manifesto. Here he is in 2020 shilling for the Covid-19 vaccine. Do you think he's trustworthy? pic.twitter.com/htAJbqWAlX
— Expose Them (@ExposeDarkDeeds) April 13, 2023
Even the Nashville chief of police previously referred to the writings as a “manifesto.” As NATIONAL FILE’s Cullen McCue reported: “The shooter who killed three adults and three staff members at the Covenant Christian Academy in Nashville, Tennessee left a manifesto detailing her motivations for the attack, law enforcement officials have confirmed. Audrey Hale — a biological female who identifies as male and used “he/him” pronouns — reportedly had maps of the school complete with points of entry and possible security threats.
Officials stated that Audrey Hale, a former student, entered the school on Monday morning after shooting through a door on the side of the building. Once inside, Hale killed Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs, and William Kinney, all age 9, as well as custodian Mike Hill and substitute teacher Cynthia Peak, both 61, and school head Katherine Koonce, 60, according to a report from the New York Post.
After the killings, Hale was confronted by police and ultimately shot and killed a little over four minutes into the shooting. Police said Hale was equipped with at least two assault rifles and a handgun.
Upon searching her residence, police discovered detailed maps of the school and a manifesto detailing her plans and motivations for the attack. “We have a manifesto, we have some writings that we’re going over that pertain to this day,” Nashville Police Chief John Drake told reporters. The police chief added that Hale was “prepared to do more harm than was actually done.”
Drake also confirmed that Hale is a biological female who identifies as male and uses “he/him” pronouns. He added that officials are probing whether Hale’s trans identity played a role in the attack on Christian schoolchildren.