Nashville police respond to shooter manifesto released by Steven Crowder

The Metro Nashville Police Department have responded to a manifesto allegedly written by the Nashville school shooter recently released by conservative commentator Steven Crowder.

“We have not released that and at this point we are unable to confirm the authenticity of what has been released, although we are looking into that at this very moment,” a spokesperson for the Metro Nashville Police Department told Newsweek on Monday morning.

Similarly, a spokesperson for the police department told the Tennessee Star on Monday that “I have no idea what that is, and at this point in time I don’t think we know what that’s about,” when asked about the manifesto allegedly written by 28-year-old Audrey Hale.

In March, Hale was identified as the suspect who fatally shot six individuals, including three children at The Covenant School, in Nashville. Hale died at the scene and police said that they recovered writing belonging to the shooter following the incident.

A woman hugs a police officer at the entrance of The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 28, 2023. On November 6, 2023, the Metro Nashville Police Department responded to reports that a manifesto allegedly written by suspected shooter Audrey Hale had been leaked to the



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