A Nashville councilmember believes there will only be a heavily redacted release
Multiple Republicans are calling for full release of Audrey Hale's manifesto
Two thirds of US voters said they want Nashville police to release the manifesto
Multiple Republicans in the House of Representatives are demanding the FBI release Nashville shooter Audrey Hale's manifesto, while a councilmember says she's been told it's a 'blueprint on total destruction.'
It comes a week after a poll where two thirds of US voters said they want Nashville police to release the manifesto — a sign of growing frustration with the investigation into the deadly attack.
Hale, who is transgender, fired 152 rounds from two assault rifles and a handgun, murdering Hallie Scruggs, William Kinney, Evelyn Dieckhaus, all 9, and headmistress Dr. Katherine Koonce, 60, substitute teacher Cynthia Peak, 61, and chef Mike Hill, 61 on March 27.