School Shooter’s Writings Ownership Dispute Takes Center Stage in Tennessee Court Battle

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Tennessee judge is facing a complex legal battle over the release of a school shooter’s writings from the tragic Covenant School incident. The parents of children at the Covenant School have thrown a unique twist into the case by claiming legal ownership of the shooter’s writings, asserting copyright ownership. The case … Read more

Chancellor Myles to Rule on Release of Covenant Shooter’s Writings, Delay Decision on Public Access (Photo: FOX 17 News)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Chancellor l’Ashea Myles is facing a pivotal decision regarding the public release of the writings by the shooter involved in the Covenant School incident. The writings, found in the shooter’s car, have sparked a legal battle over their disclosure. Metro Nashville Police Department’s investigation into the case is expected to conclude in … Read more

Covenant Chancellor to Determine Release of Shooter’s Writings in Public Battle

Nashville, Tennessee – The decision whether to make public the writings of the Covenant School shooter, Audrey Hale, remains in the hands of Chancellor l’Ashea Myles. The Metro Nashville Police Department is currently conducting an investigation into the deadly shooting incident at the school. Metro Legal officials have cited Rule 16 as a reason for … Read more

Public Hearing to Determine Release of Covenant School Shooter’s Writings

Nashville, Tennessee – A pivotal hearing is underway to determine whether the writings of the Covenant School shooter will be made accessible to the public. The judge presiding over the case must decide on the release of the shooter’s writings, which could shed light on the tragic incident that shocked the local community. During the … Read more

Sentenced: Michigan School Shooter’s Parents Face 10 Years for Negligence Leading to Tragedy

Oxford, Michigan – A judge in Michigan sentenced the parents of a school shooter to at least 10 years in prison for their role in the tragic incident that claimed the lives of four students in 2021. Jennifer and James Crumbley became the first parents in the United States to be convicted in connection with … Read more

Sentence: Michigan School Shooter’s Parents Face Manslaughter Sentencing in Case

Pontiac, Michigan – The parents of the Michigan school shooter who killed four students are facing sentencing for manslaughter, a tragic outcome that has shaken the community to its core. The prosecutor is seeking justice for the lives lost due to negligence and irresponsibility. This case has sparked a national conversation about parental accountability and … Read more

Miramar Drive-By Shooting Leaves 20-Year-Old Man Dead and Shooters at Large

Miramar, Florida – A tragic incident unfolded in a Miramar residential neighborhood, where a 20-year-old man, Ernst Valcourt, was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting. The shooting took place outside a home on Southwest 66th Way on Tuesday morning, leaving Valcourt as the victim of the senseless act of violence. Valcourt, who had just celebrated … Read more

Blast Injuries Linked to Maine Mass Shooter’s Behavior Changes

LEWISTON, Maine — Robert Card, the Army reservist responsible for a mass shooting that shook the community last year, exhibited signs of traumatic brain injury consistent with exposure to weapons blasts, as revealed by a recent study conducted by experts at the Boston University CTE Center. The findings, disclosed by the Card family through the … Read more

School Shooter’s Father to Face Trial for Involuntary Manslaughter in Landmark Case

PONTIAC, Michigan – Following his wife’s conviction in the high-profile case involving the mother of a teenager responsible for a deadly school shooting in Oxford, Michigan, James Crumbley, the father of the teenage shooter, is set to face trial on March 5. Prosecutors have taken the extraordinary legal route of holding the parents accountable for … Read more

Jury Location Fight: Michigan School Shooter’s Father Seeks Trial Venue Change Over Publicity Concerns

PONTIAC, Michigan: The father of a Michigan school shooter is seeking a change of venue for his involuntary manslaughter trial, arguing that the widespread publicity surrounding the case and his wife’s recent conviction make it impossible for him to receive a fair trial in Oakland County. Defense lawyer Mariell Lehman made the argument in a … Read more