FBI Investigates Whether Nashville Suspect Anthony Quinn Warner Was Paranoid About 5G

FBI and ATF agents investigate a home Saturday, Dec. 26, 2020, in Nashville, Tenn. An explosion that shook the largely deserted streets of downtown Nashville early Christmas morning shattered windows, damaged buildings, and wounded three people. Authorities said they believed the blast was intentional. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

NASHVILLE (VINnews) – FBI agents are investigating whether the suspect in the bombing of a motorhome in Nashville, USA, on Friday, was “paranoid” with technology 5 G, according to several media outlets.

Steve Fridrich, a real estate agent from Nashville, USA, told the local WSMV TV channel that the FBI interrogated him, asking if the man investigated about the explosion of a white trailer in the city center at Christmas had “paranoia with 5G” .

Fridrich contacted the FBI shortly after the agents identified the possible suspect, whose name, according to the media, is Anthony Quinn Warner, a resident of the neighborhood, as a man of the same name had done computer work for him during years.

Residents told reporters that a trailer similar to the one that exploded on Friday was parked near Warner’s home.

The FBI did not comment on the matter because the investigation was ongoing, but a source confirmed to the WSMV that, among other clues and theories, agents are investigating whether the suspect had paranoia for using 5G to “spy on Americans” .

Fridrich, however, said Warner had never commented on 5G and described the man as a technician who “didn’t bother anyone”.

Another resident, Tony Rodríguez, told The Washington Post that he had never spoken to the man and did not know what his name was.

“The few times I saw him, he was repairing an antenna and cleaning behind his house, which had several signs saying ‘don’t pass’ and warnings around the area.”
On Friday (25), a strong explosion rocked the center of the US state capital of Tennessee, Nashville. No casualties were reported. The agents later claimed to have found human remains at the site of the explosion, and that the FBI is not looking for another suspect, according to CBS News.


Source: VIN News

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