The transgender school shooter, who killed six people including three innocent children yesterday before being gunned down by police, sent a message to a friend just before the shooting spree, telling her: “I plan to die today… You’ll probably hear from me on the news.’
Audrey Hale, 28, shot dead three students and three teachers at The Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, just before 10:30 a.m. yesterday.
Audrey – who was transgender and also called “Aiden” – was then shot by the police.
Before he left for the school, the killer sent a powerful final message to Averianna Patton on Instagram.
They had played basketball together in middle school and remained friends.
Before he left for the school, the killer sent a powerful final message to Averianna Patton on Instagram
Patton immediately called the police to report the news, but it was already too late. When she called, Audrey had already started shooting children at the small church school
At 9.57am, 16 minutes before police were first notified of the shooting, Audrey wrote: “So basically this post I made here about you was basically a suicide note.
“I plan to die today. THAT’S NO JOKE!!! You’ll probably hear about me on the news after I die.
“This is my last goodbye. I love you. ‘We’ll meet again in another life.’
Patton immediately called the police to report the news, but it was already too late.
When she called, Audrey had already started shooting children at the small church school.
Patton told News Channel 5 Nashville that another message read: “One day this will make more sense. I left more than enough evidence.
“But something bad is about to happen.”
Averianna Patton said she knew Hale had committed suicide in the past
Hale walks through Covenant School in Nashville yesterday with one of two assault rifles
During an appearance on CNN Tuesday morning, she said Hale had a history of suicide.
“Audrey has shared with others that she has had suicidal thoughts in the past and I knew I had to take it seriously.”
She also revealed that she was on hold for seven minutes before someone answered her call to the police non-emergency number.
“I called Nashville 911 at 10:14 a.m. and was on hold for almost seven minutes before I spoke to someone who said they were sending an officer to my home.
“An officer didn’t come to my home until 3:29 p.m.,” she said.
The first 911 call of a shooting came in at 10:13 a.m.
At 10:27 a.m., police were at the school and had killed Hale on the second floor of the building.
Source: | This article originally belongs to Dailymail.co.uk
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