WATCH: Trans School Shooter Neutralized in Body-Cam Police Footage

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The Metropolitan Nashville Police Department has released the body-worn camera footage of the heroic officers who took down 28-year-old transgender shooter Audrey Elizabeth Hale, a former Covenant School student who went by the trans name “Aiden.”

In the six-minute video posted to YouTube, two points-of-view are compiled, showing the perspectives of Officer Rex Engelbert, a four-year MNPD veteran, and Officer Michael Collazo, a nine-year MNPD veteran, the officers credited with fatally shooting Hale:

In the second-floor common area, a team of responding officers encountered Hale firing through a window at arriving police cars.

A map and writings, including a “manifesto,” written by Hale revealed that her attack was “calculated and planned,” MNPD says.

Three children were killed in the private Christian school shooting in addition to three faculty members: Evelyn Dieckhaus, William Kinney, and Hallie Scruggs, all age 9; Mike Hill, age 61, Cynthia Peak, age 61, and head of school Katherine Koonce, age 60.

In earlier footage released by MNPD, the armed trans militant, who attended the school years ago, arrived on campus in her Honda Fit. She was heavily armed with three guns and shot her way into the school through doors on the side of the building.

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UPDATE: Here are the two brave heroes who saved many lives in Nashville by taking down this sick murderer:

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