The Covenant School in Nashville and a group of its parents will join with the local government in arguing that records related to the March shooting in which a woman who claimed to be transgender killed six at the school should not be released.
Judge I’Ashea Myles permitted the groups to “intervene” in a public records lawsuit, according to The Associated Press. That pits them against journalists and a Republican state senator who want the records, including a “manifesto,” to be released as the state considers legislative remedies to prevent further tragedies.
An attorney for the parents, Eric Osborne, argued that the parents are victims who have a constitutional right to be free from harassment. But attorney Nicholas Barry, who represents the Tennessee Star newspaper, said state
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