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FBI in Awkward Position After Federal Judge’s Order in Nashville Trans Shooting Case

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A federal judge has ordered the FBI to turn over the manifesto of Audrey Hale, who killed 9 people in a school shooting in Tennessee last year, for in camera review as part of a lawsuit.

Hale, who identified as transgender, wrote a manifesto before the shooting but the FBI has suppressed its release while citing an ongoing investigation.

However, the judge ruled the FBI did not adequately justify withholding it.

“The FBI is ORDERED to produce ex parte all documents that are potentially responsive to the defendants’ Freedom of Information Act request for in camera review, with the exception that, based on the plaintiffs’ concessions in this litigation, the FBI need not produce any documents that could not reasonably be construed to bear on Audrey Hale’s motives,” the judge wrote.

A conservative news outlet sued under FOIA for its release, arguing the public has a right to understand the motives and prevent future tragedies.

“It has been long enough, and the public has an urgent right to know why this tragedy happened, how future events may be prevented, and what policies should be in place to address this and other similar tragedies,” attorneys for the newspaper stated.

Portions leaked last year showed anti-white sentiments.

The ruling doesn’t make the manifesto public but moves closer to revealing details the FBI has so far withheld about the mass shooting case.

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