Nashville Suspected Bomber Could Believe in Lizard People Conspiracy Theory, Report Suggests

Investigators are nonetheless in search of a motive for the Christmas Day RV bombing in Nashville, reportedly dedicated by Anthony Warner, a 63-year-old freelance IT advisor. Police sources earlier commented that Warner might have succumbed to 5G conspiracy theories, because the blast purportedly focused telecom infrastructure, significantly 5G gear.

As NBC News reported on Wednesday, citing two senior regulation enforcement officers, investigators assume that Warner could have been influenced by conspiracy theories, together with reptiloids and aliens.

At the second, police have explored footage, video and writings from the bomber’s devices, anticipating to seek out proof that the suspect, in keeping with his associates and acquaintances, visited a secret location in Tennessee in his RV to hunt aliens.

Earlier, a police supply instructed the Daily Mail that the FBI doesn’t exclude that the bomber could consider in conspiracy theories about AT&T and 5G cellular service, because the explosion broken an AT&T constructing, disrupting telecommunication providers.

REUTERS / ELLIOTT ANDERSON/TENNESSEAN.COMDebris litters the highway close to the positioning of an explosion in the realm of Second and Commerce in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S. December 25, 2020.

Warner labored as a contract IT advisor and reportedly was “in the military and bomb-making” and was “capable of making a bomb”.

A bomb-laden RV exploded on 25 December in downtown Nashville, destroying about 40 surrounding buildings. Before the bomb assault, the RV broadcast an audio warning via loudspeakers, giving police time to evacuate the realm. Four folks have been injured in the explosion.

Police decided that the leisure automobile belonged to Warner. The DNA evaluation of human stays, discovered on the crime scene, confirmed that the suspect died on the spot.


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