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We Have the Jacksonville Shooter’s Manifesto But Not the One Belonging to the Nashville School Shooter

We Have the Jacksonville Shooter’s Manifesto But Not the One Belonging to the Nashville School Shooter

Both shooters are dead.

The white gunman who killed three black people in Jacksonville, FL, had many manifestos littered with hatred towards minorities.

From The New York Post:

The unidentified shooter was earlier seen lurking around the campus of a nearby historically black college before the attack— and he detailed his hatred of black people in one of “several manifestos,” law enforcement said.

“This shooting was racially motivated, and he hated Black people,” Jacksonville Sheriff T.K. Waters told a press conference.

“He wanted to kill n——.”

The “maniac,” who was in his early 20s, stormed the store with a tactical vest, Glock and an “AR-15 style” rifle, with swastikas painted on it.

Despite the Nazi symbols, police said “there is absolutely no evidence that the shooter is part of any larger group.”

“This was, quite frankly, a maniac who decided he wanted to take lives,” Waters said. “He targeted a certain group a people, and that’s Black people, that’s what he said he wanted to kill. And that’s very clear.

“Any member of that race at that time was in danger — of the Black race.”

According to cops, the shooter was involuntarily institutionalized in 2017 through a state law called the “Baker Act.”

The year prior, he was involved in a domestic call that ended with no arrests.

Police offered little details about his identity, but said he lived in neighboring Clay County with his parents.

Important detail: The shooter is dead.

Interesting, right? He’s 100% correct.

Important detail: The Nashville shooter is dead.

The Nashville police said that the department would release the manifesto when they finish the investigation, which could take a year.


We learned in May that legal battles hindered the release of Aubrey Hale’s manifesto. The transgender killed three 9-year-olds and three adults at The Covenant School in Nashville, TN, earlier this year.

In June, Hale’s parents gave the manifesto to the school parents, who strangely do not want it released:

In the 18-page document, the parents explain they don’t want any of the shooter’s writings or documents to be released, nor do they want any photos or information of the children themselves released.

“There is no compelling state interest in giving voice to a horrendous criminal,” the parents’ attorneys wrote in the documents.

Anything related to the safety of the school or church, like plans, drawings, and security protocols, are also off limits at the parents’ request.

“We are in ‘uncharted waters’ because we have a unique opportunity following a mass murder at an elementary school to prevent the shooter’s writings and anything else that is likely to inspire future attacks from being released and causing pain and suffering to the victims,” the lawyers write.

Deborah Fisher, executive director of the Tennessee Coalition for Open Government, recently told The New York Post that if the courts side with the parents, it could set a precedent we’ve never seen before:

Tennessee’s victims’ rights statute does not give individuals a “carte blanche” to veto other laws, such as the one that allows people the right to public records, said Deborah Fisher, executive director of the Tennessee Coalition for Open Government.

“There’s nothing really to indicate that there would be this ability for victims to veto the release of otherwise public records and in, and in this case, crime records,” Fisher said Thursday.

Fisher pointed out that if Hale survived the shooting, then the manifesto would likely be part of the trial:

“In this case, the perpetrator is dead,” she went on, “but if the shooter had gone to trial, most likely the writings of the shooter would be part of the evidence in the case about motivation.”

“I don’t think that in that situation, the victims could veto those being submitted in a public trial, and I don’t think that they can veto them being released as crime evidence in a case that doesn’t go to trial because the person is dead,” added Fisher, who is also director of the John Seigenthaler Chair of Excellence in First Amendment Studies at Middle Tennessee State University.

I think it’s crap to use the parents as an excuse not to release Hale’s manifesto.

Fisher’s group knows the litigation outcome could have major implications if the writings are allowed to remain hidden.

Gun control groups and politicians are still trying to use the Nashville shooting to pass gun control laws and regulations.

Gun rights groups and politicians want the manifesto released before anything happens:

Several politicians, a newspaper and gun-rights groups are seeking the release of Hale’s writings, arguing any potential changes to firearm regulations based on the shooting would not be fair without knowing more about Hale’s motives and mental state.

Gov. Bill Lee had cited the Covenant School shooting when urging new gun-control legislation, which would include background checks on mental health.

Under the proposed law, people deemed risks to others or themselves would have their firearms taken for up to 180 days.

No matter what, the Nashville police have control of the manifesto. The department won’t release the manifesto.

Easy fix: redact privacy information and release the writings.


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“We Have the Jacksonville Shooter’s Manifesto…”

I find that statement misleading.

We do know more about the Jacksonville shooter’s manifesto than we do about the Nashville shooter’s, but neither has been released or published.

2smartforlibs | August 28, 2023 at 9:19 am

One fits the narrative so we can make it public the other doesn’t so you can’t see it. Misinformation isn’t just what they tell you it’s also what they hide.

The murdering tranny terrorist’s “manifesto” is clearly brimming with all manner of insane and wretched “trans” propaganda, spite and contrived notions of alleged victimhood, which undermine the tranny totalitarians’ agenda. That’s why it hasn’t been released. It undermines the Narrative(TM) that posits — all evidence to the contrary — that the trans ideology is deeply evil, corrosive and destructive to individuals, and, to American society, at-large.

    guyjones in reply to guyjones. | August 28, 2023 at 9:39 am

    Rolling out bed and the brain isn’t at full function, yet.
    *It undermines the Narrative(TM) that posits — all evidence to the contrary — that the trans ideology is an allegedly innocuous and harmless phenomenon.*

      Sternverbs in reply to guyjones. | August 29, 2023 at 8:55 am

      I wouldn’t be surprised if her “manifesto” is chockablock FULL of questions like, “Why didn’t you stop me from doing something so stupid to myself?” and “Why didn’t anyone tell me the truth?” or, “Who is going to stop you maniacs from doing this to some other innocent kid, like me?”

      When Aubrey realized that these so-called “medical professionals” contributed to her to her mental illness, and facilitated her ruining her life…she snapped. The Great Reset cannot have TRUTH floating around out there.

E Howard Hunt | August 28, 2023 at 10:00 am

Release the tranifesto.


    scooterjay in reply to Paul. | August 28, 2023 at 10:22 am

    Give it time…we will hear it and we need to sit on our hands when we do until it is clearly self-defense.

How many black people were killed in Chicago last weekend, rinse and repeat

They don’t care

I really wonder how there is a population of young black men in Chicago anymore, they have been dying at a rapid pace for decades

Where is the outrage?

Gov Lee’s political stupidity (calling a Special Legislative Session to consider [and he hoped pass] new gun control measures) is pretty well dead. His reason apparently was (IIRC as he stated) that a close family friend’s daughter was one of the victims and he felt a personal link to the tragedy. So he put the Republicans in the Legislature on the hot seat and called them back to Nashville to consider new laws. The Senate has already adjourned and urged the House to do likewise in an effort to deprive the Left of a continuing issue. There won’t be any new “Red Flag” law or much of anything else from his political error.

This morning on cnn and msnbc both have turned the JAX shootings into a national tragedy and it will go on all day. When DeSantis spoke about it he was booed. That tells me all I need to know and that this is now a political weapon and has nothing to do with the victims.

Called this yesterday on DailyWire.
My tinfoil hat gets rewarded with a Windex detailing today.

“stormed the store with a tactical vest, Glock and an “AR-15 style” rifle, with swastikas painted on it.”
MK-ULTRA — the “national investment” that keeps on paying off.

They say he wanted to kill … n– … networks

Just heard on our local news that the shooter’s manifesto will be released.

We don’t have either manifesto and we’re not going to get them, because the FBI has control of them and the FBI doesn’t want us to see them, and the reason is obvious.

To this point, almost every manifesto writer who committed mass murder with a gun listed as a rationale that they used guns to commit their mass murder in order to advance the leftist goal of banning guns.

This began with Branton Tarrant, who used an AR-15 to massacre Muslims at a mosque in Christ Church NZ. He left a long manifesto where he declared himself to be an eco-communist, out to kill nonwhites for refusing to go along with voluntary reduction of family size, as whites have been doing to try to “save the planet” from climate change.

He was hoping to ignite a race war that would kill many more non-whites, and he believed that banning guns would create civil wars that would become race wars, so he was hoping to help get guns banned by using a gun to commit his massacre, and he was perfectly explicit about this.

A whole sequence of subsequent mass murdering manifesto writers have been explicit followers of Tarrant and have expressed the exact same rationale for using guns to commit their mass murders.

The FBI, now having been criminally converted into the Democrat party’s KGB, understands that these admissions of intent by mass murderers to advance gun control would, if it publicized, undermine the Democratic party’s goal of banning guns.

So far this information has been quite effectively suppressed by the Democratic Party’s near monopoly control of broadcast news and social media and online search. How many readers of this site know that the manifesto-writing Buffalo and El Paso shooters (perpetrating anti-black and anti-Mexican massacres respectively), were both explicit eco-communist Tarrant followers out to advance gun control?

Those manifestos are available but the press only reports the racist parts, and even pretends that this makes the shooters “conservative,” despite their self-identification as eco-communists.

The FBI knows that this reliance on press censorship is risky for the gun-banning cause. Just like the story of eco-communists starting forest fires that the media then uses to hype climate change can backfire against the climate change narrative, they want role of the eco-communists in creating all of these mega-crimes to be fully hidden.

Having turned into a criminal organization, they are now always looking for what is the biggest crime that they can pull off or cover up.

Now they are helping the Bidens get away with selling our country to the communist Chinese. The bigger the crime the more the FBI is helping Democrats get away with it. Stealing the 2020 election was the biggest crime in American history, so of course the FBI is deeply involved there too.

First they tried to rig the 2016 election against Trump with their phony “Trump-Russia collusion” hoax, then they used that hoax in an attempted coup against President Trump, then they at the very least stood by for the mail-in ballot fraud that True the Vote proved stole the 2020 election from President Trump, then they pulled off the January 6 false flag operation so that they could frame Trump supporters as criminals, and they are still just getting started.

These are actual literal communists, acting under the authority of our actual current president, the actual literal communist Barack Hussein Obama, who was raised a red diaper baby by his Communist Party grandparents, then spent his entire pre-electoral career in the employ of communist “community organizing” groups started by the direct students of the leading American small “c” communist of the 20th century, Saul Alinsky, making Obama one of the few paid professional Communists in American history.

There has never been a case where communists came to power and did not commit vast mass murder, and if they succeed in stealing the next election we can be sure that that’s what is coming next.

Gun control will help them a lot with that, so it is important to the FBI to keep the public from knowing that all of these manifesto writing mass murderers are doing it to promote gun control. So they’re just gonna sit on the manifestoes. They been getting away with it in the Hale transgender mass-murderer case, and they’re going to do it now in the Dollar General case.

    AlecRawls in reply to AlecRawls. | August 31, 2023 at 4:43 pm

    Rolling Stone was apparently allowed to look at select parts of Palmeter’s scribblings. This excerpt from their report suggests I am right about Palmeter being a Tarrant follower:

    “In his screed he hoped for a race war. And he praised fellow killers, including the Oklahoma City bomber, the Norwegian summer camp killer, and the Virginia Tech school shooter for committing mass murder.”

    Tarrant was himself a self-declared follower of Norwegian summer camp killer Andres Breivik, but it was Tarrant who developed the strategy of mass-shootings as a way of advancing gun-banning efforts, in the belief that gun-banning would lead to race war, so if Palmeter was referencing both Breivik and race-war then his mass shooting was almost certainly inspired by Tarrant and the other Tarrant followers.