NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – The Covenant Presbyterian Church of Nashville is looking to prevent certain parts of The Covenant School shooter’s writings from being released to the public, according to a recent motion filing.
According to court records, Covenant attorneys filed two motions to intervene, one against The Tennessee Firearms Association (TFA) and another with the Nashville Police Association (NPA), requesting the court permit them to “protect its interests relating to the release of records sought” by the two organizations. Specifically, the groups are interested in the personal journals and other writings seized from Audrey Hale’s home on March 27.
While acknowledging the public need to know what motivated Hale to murder six people, including three children that day, the church is concerned parts of the documents may jeopardize the security of their facility and the personal safety of its members.
“The records sought in Petitioners’ Complaint and Petition may include and/or relate to information owned by Covenant Church, including, but not limited to, schematics of church facilities and confidential information pertaining to Covenant Church employees. Covenant Church is so situated that the disposition of this action may impair or impede its ability to protect its interests and the privacy of its employees. Therefore, intervention by Covenant Church in this action is warranted.”
Motion to Intervene by The Covenant Presbyterian Church of Nashville
Covenant School files motions to intervene in the release of shooter’s writings
I am not an expert, but overall your security already sucked the day of the shooting. Hoping for the best and saying “It won’t happen to us” is not recommended safety measures or preparation. And I wonder how many of the faculty and staff are in Social Media identified with the school which makes their request for privacy pretty much dumb.
This looks more like the administration saying to themselves:”We fucked up and we don’t want the public to know we fucked up. Lawsuits are still a thing we may face.”
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I couldn’t believe it when I first heard that news but this confirms it. I can’t imagine what dirty laundry they’re trying to hide or who is giving them their marching orders
If it isn’t the United States Intelligence Community that is the guiding hand behind all these baffling and bizarre events and decisions that have occurred the last five decades then who could it be?
I figure it’s just a case of they don’t want the fact they were a GFZ and that’s why they were attacked, to be pointed out.
First thought is there was some event(s) they did not want public. Perhaps some kind of sexual abuse? Not sure.
Second thought. It does not matter. These days, the accusation is worse than the crime.
Let’s pretend for a second that the school did not fully support this girl’s gender delusions. They may have actually told her she was “wrong” or worse, used her deadname. GASP! The HORRORS!
Given that she was mentally ill enough to consider mass murder and suicide by cop as a viable option, do you think her accusations against the school would not be up front and center in her manifesto? I would. Especially if I were a school official. Worst thing these days is to get on the wrong side of the LGBTQWERTY+ crowd.
Final thought. Too late. Even if there are accusations of abuse against the school, the manifesto needs to get out anyway. Even if it causes lawsuits against the school. Must be released. Sorry Covenant school, but you gotta take one for the team here. Squashing this empowers the next shooter in my opinion.
Aren’t the building plans available from the local government?
And “security through obscurity” is better called “no security”.
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