Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Nashville Bomber

From Ben Ashford's 12-27-20 DAILY MAIL article entitled "Nashville Bomber Anthony Warner 'Targeted AT&T After His Father Who Worked for Subsidiary Died of Dementia - Fueling His Conspiracy Theory That 5G Is Killing People'":

Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner hoped he would be ‘hailed a hero’ for targeting AT&T because he believed 5G cellular technology was killing people, DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal.

The 63-year-old computer tech - who died in the suspected suicide blast but was identified Sunday from DNA found in his mangled RV - was ‘heavily into conspiracy theories’, according to a source close to the investigation.

Various baseless theories have circulated since the lightning-fast 5G network was introduced, some claiming it’s a tool to spy on Americans, others speculating that it has fueled the spread of COVID-19.  

Warner was named by the FBI on Sunday as the perpetrator of the Christmas Day bombing, after DNA showed he perished in the attack carried out with an RV rigged to explode.

To read Ashford's entire article, click HERE.

Meanwhile, cryptozoologist Loren Coleman attempts to analyze the "hidden meanings and synchromystic connections" of the Nashville Bombing in his 12-25-20 TWILIGHT LANGUAGE blog post entitled "Explosion in Nashville: Down The Rabbit Hole On Christmas Morn."

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