Tennessee Star to 'Absolutely Appeal' Judge's Decision Not to Release One Single Page of Covenant School Killer Writings | 5 July 2024 | The Thursday ruling by Tennessee Chancery Court Judge I'Ashea L. Myles, when she decided not one single page of the writings of Covenant School killer Audrey Elizabeth Hale would be released, will "absolutely" be appealed, stated Michael Patrick Leahy, the editor-in-chief of The Tennessee Star and the CEO of Star News Digital Media, Inc. (SNDM). Leahy declared in his Friday statement, "The judge has erroneously accepted a dubious copyright claim made by intervenors who should not have been allowed to intervene in this case in the first place." He continued, "The judge's ruling is clearly not in the public interest and is a subversion of the intent of the Tennessee Public Records Act. We will absolutely appeal." Both Leahy and SNDM were plaintiffs in the Tennessee lawsuit which sought to compel the Metro Nashville Police Department (MNPD) to release Hale's full writings, including those sometimes called a manifesto. [Yup, and be sure to check out the Covenant School Shooting Investigation page brought to us by The Tennessee Star.]

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