UPDATE MONDAY DEC 28, 2020 PHOTO OF NASHVILLE BOMBER ANTHONY Q. WARNER, DRIVERS LICENSE PHOTO, LAW ENFORCEMENT SUPPLIED. Anthony Q. Warner is/was described as a loner and a little bit "off" but not political. DNA was matched to confirm that he was in the RV when the bomb went off. Nashville RV bomber Anthony Quinn Warner was “heavily into conspiracy theories” especially over fears that 5G networks were killing people and thought he’d be “hailed a hero” for targeting a huge AT&T network, according to a report. His dad — who was nicknamed Popeye — died in July 2011 of dementia, at age 78. WARNER NOT POLITICAL, NOT LIBERAL, NOT CONSERVATIVE.. The neighbors said Warner never talked about politics or religion. Warner never gave any indication of any closely held ideology. Warner does not appear to be a registered voter. “I can tell you as far as politics, he never had any yard signs or flags in his window or anything like that. If he did have any political beliefs he kept, that was something he kept to himself."
UPDATE SUNDAY DEC 27, 2020. COPY CAT NUT JOB: Footage from the scene shows a white truck on an empty road surrounded by police cars. The truck had told people to evacuate via a PA system, WSMV reports. The driver has since been detained. RUTHERFORD COUNTY (WSMV) - James Turgeon has been identified, arrested and charged with an incident Sunday afternoon in Rutherford County where audio, similar to that of the audio played on a loud speaker before the Nashville bombing, was heard by church members and convenience store customers coming from a box truck. Rutherford County Sheriff's sergeant Steve Craig says James Turgeon, 33, of Holly Grove Road near Murfreesboro was charged with two counts of felony filing a false report and one count of tampering with evidence Sunday night. “During the course of the investigation, it was revealed Turgeon made a similar announcement at Kings Chapel Independent Missionary Baptist Church at Jefferson Pike and Dunaway Chapel Road while church was in service,” Craig said. Sheriff’s deputies from Wilson and Rutherford County and the Tennessee Highway Patrol stopped AND ARRESTED Turgeon who was driving in Wilson County. UPDATE IT WAS A SUICIDE RV TRUCK BOMBING: Police claim the Nashville bomber is Anthony Quinn Warner, Principal at Custom Alarms Electronics Nashville, Tennessee. Federal agents are at Warner’s Home right now. Suicide RV truck bomber Tony Warner is/was 63 years old and was born on 01/17/1957, born under Capricorn astrology. Warner lives in 100 block of Bakertown Road in Antioch, Tennessee. On November 25, 2020, Warner gave his house in Antioch via a quit claim for $0 to Michelle Louise Swing, an unmarried woman born in 1991 and a resident of Los Angeles, CA. Tony Warner owned Custom Alarms Electronics Business Data 3724 Bakertown Rd, Nashville, Tennessee, 37211-5002. Anthony (Tony) Warner also lived in Hudson Falls, NY. A neighbor described Warner as a white male with a “slight” build. She said he stood about 5 foot 5 inches tall and had “grayish hair, kind of long.” CRIMINAL COURT CASE Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee - Criminal Court Clerk Date of Report: 12/26/2020 at 1:47:06 PM. Arrest Information: Name: Warner, Anthony Q. Date of Birth: 1/17/1957 Citation/Arrest Date:1/29/1978, Charged Offense Drugs: Controlled Substance-Felony. Incarceration Max Years 1 year, Other 2 Years Felony Probation.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Over $300,000 has been raised as a reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a suspect involved in an explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning. The suspect is described by a neighbor as white male with a “slight” build. She said he stood about 5 foot 5 inches tall and had “grayish hair, kind of long. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is the lead in the investigation. Anyone with information should call 1-800-CALL-FBI.
Anthony Quinn Warner was registered in Tennessee to handle explosives. Law enforcement officials told CBS the AT&T building damaged in the blast may have been the target of the attack. Terrorism on Christmas Day: Large Truck Bomb Explosion on 2nd Avenue Nashville Was Intentional Metro Police Say. Nashville Fire responded to the blast linked to a vehicle on Second Ave North early Friday. The truck bomb was parked at 166 Second Ave North in front of the AT&T building. The AT&T Building is a 617-foot, 33-story skyscraper, possibly the intent was to bring down the building. The tallest building in the city and the state of Tennessee is the AT&T Building, which rises 617 feet in downtown Nashville. Law enforcement officials told CBS the AT&T building damaged in the blast may have been the target of the attack. The bomb site is in the city's entertainment district.
AT&T building is the tallest building in the state of Tennessee at 33 stories was the target of Nashville truck bomb. A fake 911 call at 5:30 am told of shots fired on Second Street North to get law enforcement to respond to the area. When cops responded they found the RV truck bomb and a recorded message was coming from the truck saying "a bomb will explode in 15 minutes", they were watching, Warner was inside the truck. On December 16th I wrote on how TERRORISTS have plotted for years to bomb NYC on Christmas Day and would most likely attack again, this time it is Nashville. FBI has taken the lead in the Nashville truck bomb explosion, it's TERRORISM.
A Metro Police bomb disposal unit arrived on the scene on Second Ave N in front of the AT&T building, it arrived on 2nd Ave at 1:22 a.m.. Black smoke and flames billowed from the area. Buildings shook in the immediate area and beyond after the loud boom was heard early Friday. FBI is called in after huge blast from a 'parked vehicle' outside shops and restaurants injures three and rocks the city on Christmas Day. And on and on it goes!
SIX MONTH AGO...On Jun 21, 2020 THE GUARDIAN NEWSPAPER WROTE: Tennessee paper religious ad claims 'Islam' will detonate nuclear bomb in Nashville. A Tennessee newspaper said on Sunday it was investigating what its editor called a “horrific” full-page advertisement from a religious group that predicts a terrorist attack in Nashville. "The Tennessean" is the principal newspaper of Nashville. Ad begins by claiming that a nuclear device (dirty bomb) will be detonated in Nashville and that the attack will be carried out by unspecific interests of “Islam”. Vice-president and editor Michael Anastasi said the paper’s news and sales departments operate independently.“Clearly there was a breakdown in the normal processes, which call for careful scrutiny of our advertising content,” Anastasi said. The ad was credited to the group Ministry of Future for America, which says its mission is to “proclaim the final warning message” from the Bible. Addressed to “Dear Citizen of Nashville,” the eight-paragraph ad spanned the full length of the newspaper page.
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