Damning new surveillance footage reveals what appears to be an inbound projectile from above just before the blast

Source: Shepard Ambellas

It’s been heavily reported that six brave Nashville police officers responding to reports of ‘shots fired’ near the vicinity of 3rd and 4th Avenues North shortly after 1 a.m. on Christmas morning also helped to evacuate some people from the scene in the gutwrenching minutes leading up to the explosion which shattered windows on buildings for blocks.

One of the officers present at the scene of the explosion told reporters during a press conference on Sunday that she and her colleagues have since tossed around the theory that the gunshots may have been played over a loudspeaker affixed to the motorhome because no evidence has been found which shows shots were ever fired.

News reports cite Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, as a person of interest claiming he may have been involved with the blast and may have been inside the motorhome when the explosion occurred at a hardened 33-story AT&T building.

A report out of Newsweek reveals the suspect’s father worked for BellSouth before it merged with AT&T in 2006 but it’s still unknown if there is a hard connection between the two in relation to the bombing.

Research done by online sleuths reveals that Warner appears to have transferred his Nashville residence located at 115 Bakertown Road to Michelle L. Swing of Los Angeles in late-November of 2020.

An image posted to Google Street View reveals a motorhome that looks similar to the one captured on video parked outside the AT&T building before the blast took place.

155 Bakertown Road, Nashville, Tenn. (Screenshot via Google Street View)

To top it all off, footage capture from a surveillance camera appears to show an incoming projectile from above.

Moreover, it is also important to point out that AT&T is part of a vast National Security Administration spy grid that has hubs located in major U.S. cities as reported by The Intercept in a piece titled The Wiretap Rooms: The NSA’s Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities.

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