I work that area a lot and I was dreading to be there on Wednesday. Vandy Hospital is in its apparently eternal phase of construction and the area itself has grown to stupid levels, but the roads have not and simply cannot. Traffic is a burden regularly and these morons planned their show during rush hour.

I was happy to have to go out of town, so when I got home the next, I checked local TV websites for the coverage… and it was rather dull and not quite front-page news.  About the only comments I heard from the locals were about annoyance they suffered, but not even that great.

So, it seems it was a certified bust.

In other news, the shooter’s manifesto still has not been released.

I wonder why.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

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  1. Wait, didn’t a judge order the shooter’s journals and other writings be released?
    Reading between the lines in that article, the FBI still has some discretion what gets released, and because it’s pursuant to a FOIA request by a newspaper — the Tennessee Star — anything released will be released to the newspaper, not directly to the public. And I have zero doubt it will come with a disclaimer (read: thinly-veiled threat) from the FBI to be cautious about what or how much the newspaper publishes.
    So even with the judge’s order, I don’t believe We the People will ever know exactly what happened.

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