The trans school shooter who killed three children and three adults on Monday sent a final message to a friend just moments before carrying out the horrific attack.
Audrey Hale, 28, a biological female identifying as a man, gunned down three teachers at The Covenant School in Nashville before being gunned down by police.
The trans school shooter who killed six people, including three innocent children, sent a message to a friend moments before the rampage.
Before traveling to The Covenant School, the killer sent a chilling message to Averianna Patton on Instagram.
At 9.57 am, Audrey wrote:
“So basically that post I made on here about you, that was basically a suicide note.”
“I’m planning to die today. THIS IS NOT A JOKE!!! You’ll probably hear about me on the news after I die. “
“This is my last goodbye. I love you. ‘See you again in another life.”
Patton immediately called the police after receiving the message, but it was too late.
Audrey had begun shooting children and teachers by the time Patton called the cops.
Patton told News Channel 5 Nashville that another message read: “One day this will make more sense. I’ve left behind more than enough evidence behind.”
“But something bad is about to happen.”
During an appearance on CNN, Patton said Hale had been suicidal in the past
“Audrey has shared with others that she had been suicidal in the past and I knew to take this serious,” Patton said.
She also revealed she was on hold for seven minutes before her call to the non-emergency police line.
“I called Nashville’s non-emergency line at 10:14 am and was on hold for nearly seven minutes before speaking with someone who said that they would send an officer to my home,” she said.
“An officer did not come to my home until 3:29 pm,” she said.