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Revealed: Nashville School Shooter with Hidden Guns at Home was Under Care for Emotional Disorder, Police Confirm

Revealed: Nashville School Shooter with Hidden Guns at Home was Under Care for Emotional Disorder, Police Confirm
On Monday morning, Audrey Hale slaughtered and raped people at a Christian school in Nashville. (Photo: https://nypost.com/)

Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake said that the 28-year-old man who killed three students and three adults at a Nashville school shooter was being treated for an emotional problem and had lawfully obtained seven guns that were stashed at home.

Revealed: Nashville School Shooter with Hidden Guns at Home was Under Care for Emotional Disorder, Police Confirm

One of the three guns used by the Nashville school shooter and recovered at the scene. (Photo: https://nypost.com/)

The Statement of the Police

Audrey Hale’s parents talked to the police and told them that they knew their daughter had bought and sold one gun, but that they thought that was all. The chief claimed that Nashville school shooter Hale’s parents thought he shouldn’t have guns.

Monday morning, Hale left his house with a red bag. His parents asked what was in it, but they were told not to worry about it, Drake said. Monday’s Nashville school shooter attack used three of the weapons. A police spokesman, Don Aaron, said that the seven guns were bought between October 20, 2020 and June 6, 2022.

On Tuesday, police also indicated they didn’t know what was going on. Aaron stated that the Nashville school shooter went after the school and the church, but not any of the six people that were slain. He also said that in Hale’s notes, a mall near the school was identified as another prospective target.

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The Shooting Timeline

The news conference happened a day after Nashville school shooter Hale, a former student at The Covenant School, rushed into the primary school and killed six people before being slain by responding police officers.

Three 9-year-old children, Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs, the daughter of the main pastor of the church, were among the people who died. Police say that Cynthia Peak, 61, who was pressumed to be a substitute teacher, Katherine Koonce, 60, the school’s principal, and Mike Hill, 61, a custodian, were also killed.

In a video statement released Tuesday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee said, “Yesterday, everyone in Tennessee was hurt.” The governor added that his wife, Maria Lee, was closest friends with one of the fatalities, Peak. Peak was due to come to the Lees’ house for supper on Monday night.

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