REVEALED: Hero Nashville cop who took down transgender school shooter is Marine Corps vet who responded to Christmas 2020 bombing – while work partner was awarded for his sterling policing just last week
Murdered Nashville principal ran TOWARDS trans shooter to protect her children after hearing first shot while on Zoom call, local official says
Moment brave cop takes down Nashville school shooter with precision shots before colleague finishes her off on the ground: Police release six minutes of hellish bodycam footage
The disturbing footage shows the moment (left) heroic Nashville police officers (inset) took down mass shooter Audrey Hale (right) at The Covenant School. No children are shown. The shooter was shot dead on the second floor of the school, in what looks like an atrium, after killing three children and three staff members. Cops can be seen running up stairs before turning a corner to confront Hale. They could be heard screaming ‘stop moving… hands away from the gun’ after taking out the trans shooter. Nashville police chief John Drake said Hale used to be a student at the private Christian school and had a map of the building marking possible entry points and conducted surveillance before carrying out the attack.
‘I’m planning to die today… you’ll probably hear about me on the news’: Trans school shooter Audrey Hale’s final messages to a friend before she shot six people – including three kids in private Christian school
CBS News Attempting To Confirm Trans Shooter’s Gender Identity Least They Mispronoun The Murderer
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Nashville school shooting suspect was a 28-year-old former student
Today The suspected shooter, who was fatally shot by police, was identified as 28-year-old Audrey Hale from Nashville, authorities said. CBS News is attempting to confirm Hale’s gender identity.