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Nashville Transgender Christian school killer Audrey Hale satanic mkultra?

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Nashville school shooter had manifesto and made creepy Jack Nicholson art
Disturbing art made by Nashville shooter Audrey Hale depicts Jack Nicholson's character from The Shining, Jack Torrance.
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Nashville mass murderer Audrey Hale posted disturbing art online before carrying out Monday's horrific shooting at a Christian school. The 28-year-old shot dead six people, including three children, before being gunned down by police. Details continue to emerge about Hale, who identified as transgender, and worked as an illustrator.
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Hale’s Adobe Illustrator portfolio talks about a “child-like part about me that loves to go run to the playground”.

The site’s portfolio hosts a section titled Mad World, with a prominent illustration paying homage to the threat of murder in the 1980 horror film The Shining.

That illustration uses typed words to create an image of Jack Nicholson, whose lead in Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of a Stephen King novel is deemed one of the most chilling in film history.

Audrey Hale posted disturbing art online before carrying out a horrific school shooting
Audrey Hale posted disturbing art online before carrying out a horrific school shooting (Image: LINKEDIN (Audrey Hale))

A prominent illustration paying homage to the 1980 horror film The Shining was found
A prominent illustration paying homage to the 1980 horror film The Shining was found (Image: A.H. ILLUSTRATIONS)

The illustration includes numerous quotes from the flick, with REDRUM — the mirror reflection of MURDER — front and centre.
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In Kubrick’s iconic movie, the same word from a key scene in the movie is repeated in red within each letter of the main word.

Hale had a manifesto, which was found in their home after the shooting, according to Nashville Police Chief John Drake.

A search of Hale’s home turned up “maps drawn of the school, in detail, so, surveillance, entry points, et cetera,” Drake said, as well as a “manifesto” and “some writings that pertain to this date, the actual incident... of how this was all going to take place”.

Inside a Honda Fit that Hale drove and parked at the school campus Friday morning, cops found “additional material written by Hale,” police said in a tweet.
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Police said the suspect in Monday's shooting at a private Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, that left six people dead did not single out any of the victims, but a motive for the killings has yet to be determined.

In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Nashville Police Chief John Drake gave reporters their first glimpse into the manifesto the suspect, Audrey Hale, 28, had left behind before the shooting.

According to Drake, Hale had outlined in the manifesto plans to attack "multiple" locations in the Covenant School, with detailed maps of those locations as well as action plans describing how the killings would be carried out.

But Drake ruled out rumors that Hale—who sent a vague message to a friend hinting about doing "something bad" the morning of the shooting—had specifically targeted any single person in the shooting rampage. The six victims—three children and three adult staff members—included the school's head and the 9-year-old daughter of a minister at the Presbyterian church that operates the school.

"We feel that the students that were targeted were randomly targeted," Drake told reporters. "There was not any particular student there that she was looking for at the time."

However, Drake had little to offer on a specific motivation for why Hale— who identifies as transgender with he/his pronouns and a former student at the school—decided to enter the building and start shooting. He said specifics of the manifesto were still under investigation.

"There's quite a bit of writing to it," Drake told reporters. "I have not read the whole entire manifesto. Our team and the FBI have been working on this."

Newsweek has reached out to the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department via email for additional comment.

The killings—which conservatives have speculated were specifically targeted at a Christian institution—came after Tennessee's Legislature had been working on legislation aimed at the transgender community, as well as increasing residents' ability to purchase firearms.

Earlier this year, the Legislature passed legislation restricting drag shows and banning surgery and other forms of gender-affirming care for minors. This month, Republican Governor Bill Lee signed both bills but has declined to support legislation tightening access to firearms, as well as legislation in support of arming teachers.

"We're not looking at gun restriction laws in my administration right now," Lee said in a press conference last summer. "Criminals don't follow laws, criminals break laws. Whether they are a gun law or drug law, criminals break laws.... We can't control what they do, but we can control what we can control."

Drake said that Hale owned seven guns in total and that all of the firearms used in the killings were purchased legally from different gun dealers in the area. In Nashville, law enforcement has the authority to seize the weapons of those it believes are suicidal or are actively threatening harm.

But Hale was not known to the police. While the friend who received Hale's message the morning of the shooting reported it to law enforcement, no one had reported Hale in the days before the shooting.

"Had it been reported that she was suicidal or that [Hale] was going to kill someone and had [it] been made known to us, we would have tried to get those weapons," Drake said. "But as it stands, we had absolutely no idea who this person was [or] if she even existed."

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Nashville shooter was under doctor’s care for ‘an emotional disorder’
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Tue, March 28, 2023 at 7:21 PM GMT+1·1 min read

The 28-year-old shooter who killed three children and three adults at a Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tenn., on Monday had been under the care of a doctor for an “emotional disorder,” police said.

Nashville Metro Chief John Drake told reporters on Tuesday that Audrey Elizabeth Hale “was under care — doctor’s care — for an emotional disorder,” but did not disclose further details about the nature of that disorder. Hale was killed by police on scene.

“Law enforcement knew nothing about the treatment she was receiving. But her parents felt that she should not own weapons,” Drake said.

The shooter was initially described by police as a teenager and then as a 28-year-old white woman. It was later revealed that Hale was transgender, though police have referred to the shooter by gender assigned at birth.

Police also revealed that Hale had purchased seven firearms at five different local gun stores — all legally. Hale’s parents told police they knew Hale had bought and sold one weapon, but were apparently unaware that Hale had been hiding additional weapons at home.

Hale brought three of those guns to The Covenant School for the massacre.

The shooter’s motive is still unclear, but authorities say they’ve found a manifesto with what Drake called “quite a bit of writing to it,” as well as a map of the school, where Hale had reportedly once been a student, indicating advance preparation for the attack — but police said no individuals appeared to have been specifically targeted.

Hale killed three nine-year-olds — Evelyn Dieckhaus, Hallie Scruggs and William Kinney — and three adults — Cynthia Peak, 61, Katherine Koonce, 60, and Mike Hill, 61.
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