Authorities Confirm Identity of Nashville Bomber

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His remains were found among the wreckage.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation along with the FBI laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, have confirmed the identity of the person responsible for the Christmas Day blast in Nashville.

Anthony Quinn Warner was determined by DNA results to have “perished in the explosion.”  Authorities also say that he acted alone.

FBI and ATF agents scoured his Nashville home on Saturday. They said the 63-year-old Warner was the owner of the RV used in the bombing, confirming the VIN number was his.

Warner was a computer IT expert who may have been paranoid of 5G technology—the next generation of broadband for cellular networks. He allegedly signed over the deed to his home for free in the weeks leading up to the attack. Police are still investigating for a possible motive.

Meanwhile, damage reports and clean-up efforts for 41 buildings damaged in the attack are underway.

Six police officers have been hailed as heroes after they risked their lives having spotted the suspicious RV announcing it would soon explode. The officers made sure to evacuate nearby residents, avoiding further tragedy.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For residents and businesses who have lost property and possessions as a result of the Christmas Day bombing.
  • With thanksgiving for the law enforcement officers who were able to evacuate people from the area.
  • For investigators who continue to seek out motives.

Sources: Newsweek,  Reuters


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