What stands out is the officer who is pushing his colleagues to “go go go!” as fast as they can to take out the terrorist shooter who targeted Christian children and adults.
The hero cops showed levelheadedness and bravery in an insanely chaotic environment. Much different than Uvalde.
According to Fox 17 Nashville, “Officers with the Metro Nashville Police Department responded to a shots fired call at 10:13 a.m. at The Covenant School.”
“Police said the shooter, a former student at the school, made entry by shooting through a side door and was later shot and killed by police by 10:27 a.m. Monday. Those police officers, MNPD confirms, are Rex Englebert and Michael Collazo.”
Fox News national reported that “Nashville police identified the shooter who opened fire on Monday morning at The Covenant School as 28-year-old Audrey Hale, a transgender former student at the private Presbyterian school.”
Three children and three adults were murdered in the shooting: Evelyn Dieckhaus, 9, Hallie Scruggs, 9, William Kinney, 9, Cynthia Peak, 61, Katherine Koonce, 60, and Mike Hill, 61.
Nashville police chief John Drake identified Hale as a transgender woman on Monday afternoon, but Hale listed “He/Him” pronouns on a LinkedIn profile.
Fox 17 continued “Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake says police have found detailed maps of the school with entry points. Police also discovered a manifesto and writings from Hale.”
“There’s right now a theory but it is not confirmed,” Chief Drake said of the findings. Chief Drake said he cannot confirm motive but did say it was a targeted attack. Another location had been mentioned by Hale in writings but Chief Drake says security factors at the location could have kept it from being targeted. MNPD stated that writings sampled as evidence from Hale shows the attack was “calculated and planned.”
HERE’S THE FULL VIDEO OF THE TAKEDOWN.
Thank God for hero cops who go into the face of danger with no regard for their own safety.
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