Police visited the home of Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner in 2019 after his girlfriend told authorities he was making bombs inside his recreational vehicle, according to a report.
Documents obtained by The Tennessean newspaper of Nashville appeared to contradict a claim this week by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that Warner was “not on our radar” prior to a massive Christmas morning explosion of an RV outside an AT&T building in the downtown area of the state’s capital city.
We still don’t know the motive as of yet, but many theories are emerging. Was he against the rollout of 5G? Was he a previous At&t employee? They don’t say. But we do know for certain that he unequivocally targeted the At&t building.
The FBI ID’d him from remains that were found in the blown-up camper truck and the other debris that was scattered at the scene. We are so thankful that no innocents were unnecessarily killed.
We bet that the FBI is asking for all of the message tapes and recordings from Anthony Quinn Warner’s phone that were to At&t. These data recordings may span weeks, but are evidence that needs to be examined. Beside that, these recordings and they do exist must be made public. We have a right to know why At&t was the primary target.
From the Fox News story in the comment section this one stands out:
Taxespaid writes: he probably called Att/DirecTV about his account. After 15 minutes of message tree, “one for English, Is this call about your internet, TV or land line, technical or billing”, then the call was dropped and he had to repeat the process only to reach someone half way around the world who spoke broken English and then pushed to upgrade his service.