Nashville: Bomb Planted in Motorhome Explodes on Christmas Morning

AT&T tower in Nashville, Wiki

Tennessee: A recreational vehicle parked in the deserted streets of downtown Nashville exploded early Christmas morning near the AT&T tower, causing widespread communications outages that took down WIFI and cell phone service, police emergency systems, and it grounded holiday travel at the city’s airport. Police were responding to a report of shots fired Friday when they encountered the RV blaring a recorded warning that a bomb would detonate in 15 minutes. Human remains were found at the scene, and three civilians were injured. Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, is the prime suspect in what is being investigated as a suicide bombing. Quinn’s mother’s DNA is being matched against the remains found. Police are not looking for any other suspects. Quinn was an IT subcontractor. He signed over two houses, for free, to Michelle Swing, a 29-year old woman from Los Angeles. She declined to say whether she had ever met Warner or whether she had family links to him.

Nashville Mayor John Cooper said he suspects that the AT&T transmission center was targeted in the attack. The FBI is digging into claims that Warner was concerned that Americans are being spied on using 5G, which could explain the location of the explosion.

Other rumors are floating that AT&T was the target because it was storing voting machines involved in lawsuits alleging voter fraud. -GEG

  • Police on Sunday confirmed that Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, is a person of interest in the Christmas explosion 
  • Warner is believed to have died when an RV blew up outside Nashville’s AT&T building, leaving three injured
  • On Sunday police described how the RV played an ominous warning about the impending explosion and the song ‘Downtown’ by Petula Clark in the minutes before the blast went off
  • DNA tests are being performed on suspected human remains found near the scene 
  • Law enforcement sources told CBS that the FBI had received at least two tips about Warner prior to the blast  
  • Warner is said to have been paranoid that Americans were being spied on using 5G technology 
  • Nashville Mayor John Cooper on Sunday said he suspects that the AT&T building was targeted   
  • FBI agents raided Warner’s home in Antioch, Tennessee, on Saturday morning
  • revealed that Warner gave the $160,000 home away for free to Michelle Swing, 29, last month
  • Swing, who lives in Los Angeles, claims she had no idea Warner signed the home over to her 

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