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Tennessee judge wants more information on copyright before ruling on school shooter's writings

  • Davidson County Chancelor I’Ashea Myles heard arguments for and against releasing Audrey Hale’s writings found by Metro Nashville Police post-Covenant School shooting on March 27, 2023.
  • Petitioners believe publicizing Hale’s writings could aid in preventing future tragedies, while Covenant parents fear inspiring more harm to students.
  • Myles will issue specific questions before ruling on the potential release of the writings to the public.
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