On Christmas morning, 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner apparently drove an RV to a spot in downtown Nashville near a large AT&T facility, and blew himself up.

Warner was reportedly identified by DNA found at the scene, and is the only person associated with the bombing so far.

The RV was captured on security footage before the explosion and was identified as registered to Warner. It also showed up on a Google Maps image from 2019 parked in the backyard of a house Warner owned. According to AP, on Sunday, the vehicle was no longer there -having been blown to smithereens.

The story of how Anthony Quinn Warner ended up as a suicide bomber is still being pieced together by authorities, but it is already a strange one.

Newsweek has reported that Warner had “paranoia” over 5G technology used by AT&T and other telecommunication companies, which possibly explains his motive.

A recorded announcement warning anyone nearby that a bomb would soon detonate played repeatedly just before the detonation. Then the audio switched to a recording of Petula Clark’s 1964 hit ‘Downtown’ shortly before the blast.

Nashville bomb suspect Anthony Quinn Warner

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director David Rausch on Monday said the bizarre forewarning indicates Warner didn’t intend to hurt anyone but himself in the blast, which injured three people and damaged more than 40 buildings.

‘When you look at all the facts at this point, obviously the audio from the vehicle warning people that an explosion was imminent, the opportunity to clear the area, certainly gives you that insight that the possibility was he had no intention of harming anyone but himself,’ Rausch told Today. ‘It does appear that the intent was more destruction than death.’

The Daily Mail reports a month before the bombing, Warner gave away the $160,000 home he lived in to a woman in California, although the link to her remains unclear.

Then weeks before the bombing, he told his ex-girlfriend he had cancer and gave her his car.

Warner was a freelance IT consultant, whom neighbors described as an “oddball’, was “heavily into conspiracy theories.”

He supposedly believed 5G cellular technology was killing people, and may have been spurred on in the conspiracy theory by the 2011 death of his father, who worked for Telecom BellSouth, which later merged with AT&T.

The Daily Mail reports a source close to the investigation said, “We are waiting on the digital footprint that should finally provide us with some answers. The unofficial motive thus far is the suspect believed 5G was the root of all deaths in the region and he’d be hailed a hero.”

Yeah, no.

Can 2020 get any weirder?? Well, we still have a few days to go…

One Response

  1. Waylon

    I saw this from a “Gunsandgadgets” FB post. Having put many years in and around AT&T, some of it is a little hard to swallow (like they “got the contract”. Truth is they hire contractors)but it makes some interesting connections.
    “Daniel Moeves
    AT&T got a contract to do forensic audit on Dominion voting machines and those machines were being moved to Nashville this past week.
    The former owner of the AT&T building in Nashville, William Kennard, is a board member for Cerberus Capital Management and AT&T…. He also was Bill Clinton’s FCC chair, and Obama’s Ambassador to the EU.
    Dominion voting is owned by Cerberus Capital Management…. Cerberus is run by Staple Street Execs. Joe Bidens Brother in Law, Steven Owens, is the cofounder of Staple Street Execs along with William Kennard (mentioned above).
    Super Computer in TN was connected to the AT&T internet in NASHVILLE…. yesterday evening the Cumberland river cooling system was compromised due to internet outage and Supercomputer fried…..
    If you don’t know, “Kraken” is a reference to a supercomputer former prosecuter, Sidney Powell, has been talking about.
    So, the explosion “just happened” to be at the AT&T location where they “just so happen” to control the cooling system for the super computer and house the dominion voting machines and drives for forensic audit…
    Does it make sense now why no lives were lost? Does it make sense now why the FBI task lead couldn’t even put together a coherent sentence in the press conference yesterday? Does it make sense why the mayor was making light of the situation, almost laughing yesterday?”


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