FBI Legacy of Criminal Investigation – Reduced to Only Tokens

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has argued against the release of transgender mass shooter Audrey Hale’s diaries.  Those lobbying for their release includes many that contend that because they chronicle the individual’s thoughts leading up her murdering three children and three adults at Christian Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee, they likely reveal her motivations.  Perhaps more importantly, they probably contain valuable instruction for preventing mass shootings in the future.  In their opposition to the release, the FBI’s argument centers on a novel coining of a new phrase.  In briefing materials and consultations with other local law enforcement agencies over the release, the FBI argues such items as diaries, and audio tapes, left behind by these criminals, where they claim credit for the attacks, are a means by which the killers, especially those intending to perish in the attacks, serve to perpetuate their legacy.  Their Behavioral Analysis Unit classifies these gruesome artifacts as “legacy tokens”1 that are both motivational for the original killer, and also for subsequent copy-cat killers. 

The lure to erect by infamy a towering head stone over what otherwise were insignificant and troubled lives, and the magnetism of the notional value these acts bring in inciting other sick individuals to seek to tender by these tokens their own fame, is a real and present danger.  But there is a third motive behind the FBI restricting these tokens to their own deliberations that perhaps contain even more criminal risks to the public they serve.

The experts at the FBI argue that a free press examination of these crime tokens would give way to the propagation of “false narratives”2 by “self-professed experts”3 that will “proffer their perspectives on the motivations behind the attack.”4 

Here, it is vitally important to remove the derogatory veneer from the FBI’s classification for ‘self-professed experts.’  It does not mean, as the term implies, a group of speculators without acumen, sociological perspicuity, or professional credentials.  In a recent and world-wide governmental campaign initiated in response to what they declared to be a pandemic, licensed and certified epidemiologists, virologists, and doctors and pharmacists that pointed out serious flaws in the government response for control and treatment of the virus, and by doing so opposed the government narrative, were labeled ‘self-professed experts’ to delegitimatize and dismiss them.

The murderer did exhibit, among many of her considerations, a preoccupation with the public perception of her acts, but these were ancillary to her core motivations.  In focusing only on these aspects of her motivation profile, the examination necessary to admit and treat the weightier motivation – the actual cause – is neglected.

While they do concede that these items left behind by the murderers are “critical to identifying the motive,”5 and can even “articulate the motivation behind” such attacks, by retaining these the FBI may choose to reveal, and more importantly, choose not to reveal, these motives at their own discretion.

Essentially, because these other speculators are untrained by the FBI to come to the FBI’s conclusions, they maintain, they would be “inaccurate in their assessment[s], further confusing or potentially inflaming the public.”6  But what if the real motivations for the crime that come to light by examining the diaries should ignite the public to act?  What if it be clearly established that the sociological effects of dispensing the modern and politically accepted training for treatment of gender dysphoria is the cause? 

No. The greater risk the FBI must guard against is “unintended consequences for the segment of the population more vulnerable or open to conspiracy theories.”7 Again, a preoccupation by the FBI to disparage anyone theorizing that the involvement of two or more agents in planning to produce a result actually produced one that was detrimental.  

In other words, the politically accepted, and now federally enforced view that promoting transgenderism by any and all means is the surest way to prevent gender dysphoria sufferers from causing harm to themselves, and to others, must not be challenged even by the FBI.  It means that the FBI can no longer solve for means, motive, and opportunity without exercising preexisting, political biases.  It means that the word “Investigation,” unprejudiced criminal investigation, the ensemble of methods by which crimes are studied and criminals apprehended, is effectively removed from the Bureau’s modus operandi, and thus from their title.   It renders the FBI to nothing more than a Federal Bureau, used by the Federal Government to accomplish its political goals.  It leads to the lawfare we see being waged by the Department of Justice against the political opponents of the current administration; a government constituted under the cryptocracy’s declaration of independence from Justice to enforce Inclusivity.  But the truths they put forth in their parchment are not self-evident, and it is why they must come to fruition through psychological and physical mutilation, and ultimately murder.


1-7. United States Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation. Critical Incident Response Group. 1 Range Road, Quantico, Virginia. “Protection of Legacy Tokens,” (U//FOUO) [Unclassified – For Official Use Only]. May 11, 2023. To: Chief John Drake, Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

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