Warner may have been targeting telecommunications infrastructure.
Source: Richard Moorhead
The FBI is investigating the man responsible for the Christmas Day RV bombing in Nashville, probing Anthony Quinn Warner’s supposed interest in 5G telecommunications technology.
Agents are reportedly investigating Warner’s potential motive, with some speculating that he targeted the AT&T building in downtown Nashville because he believed 5G technology was being used for nefarious purposes and to spy on Americans. 5G, new technology implemented by cellular communications companies since 2019, has become the target of skepticism and criticism, with some commentators accusing the technology of susceptibility to Chinese influence and harmful impacts upon human health.
The FBI had reportedly received at least two tips about Warner’s activities before the bombing, but were unsuccessful in preventing his actions. Warner is now believed to be deceased after detonating an explosive device inside an RV in Nashville on Friday. The explosion occurred after a recording was played instructing anyone nearby to evacuate the area, in an attempt to prevent any civilian casualties from the powerful explosion.
Neighbors near the scene of Warner’s Antioch, Tennessee home describe the 63-year old man as reclusive, stating that he kept his property private and stored an RV similar to that which exploded in Nashville on the grounds of the home. One has described Warner as “paranoid” over 5G.
Warner, who was officially identified as a person of interest in the investigation on Saturday, operated a home security alarm business in the Nashville metro area.
The situation is still developing, with federal agencies deploying more than 500 employees to investigate leads. Big League Politics is closely monitoring.