Nashville school shooter, Audrey Hale studied other mass murderers before killing six including three kids


The Nashville school shooter had planned the massacre for months in advanced and studied other mass murderers before killing six people, police have revealed in new reports.

Audrey Hale, 28, had plotted her sick attack months before she killed three kids and three adults at The Covenant School last week.

Cops also revealed on Monday that she fired 152 rounds from two assault rifles and a handgun during the vile shooting that rocked the US.

A statement from Metropolitan Nashville Police department said: ‘The ongoing investigation into the March 27 murders of six persons inside The Covenant School continues to show, from all information currently available, that killer Audrey Hale acted totally alone.

‘It is known that Hale considered the actions of other mass murderers.

‘The investigation shows that Hale fired a total of 152 rounds (126 5.56 rifle rounds and 26 nine millimeter rounds) from the time she shot her way into the school until she was killed by police.

‘Two officers fired on Hale. Officer Rex Engelbert discharged a total of four 5.56 rounds from his rifle; Officer Michael Collazo discharged a total of four rounds from his department-issued nine millimeter pistol.

‘Scores of police personnel from a number of components responded to the Covenant call last Monday.

‘The department’s Professional Wellness Section is conducting critical incident debriefings, including daily wellness checks, for involved personnel.

‘The MNPD’s Homicide Unit is leading the investigation into the murders of the six victims. The Cold Case Unit is working with the TBI in the investigation of the fatal police shooting of Hale.’

State Governor Bill Lee also addressed the state on Monday April 3, and proposed having an armed guard stationed at every school in the state.

There was no excuse to no have a guard at every school,’ Lee said.

He estimated the budget to employ and train guards would cost $140 million.

The governor also revealed other plans to dedicate $8 million toward mental health services in schools.

Hale, who was transgender born female, used the names Audrey and Aiden but her preferred pronouns were he/him according to a LinkedIn page.

Hale had previously attended the school in Nashville, Tennessee, but the motive for the mass shooting remains unclear.

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