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Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner adopted by conspiracy theorists like QAnon

No sooner had Anthony Quinn Warner been singled out as a person of interest in an apparently Christmas Day suicide bombing in Nashville, Tennessee, than conspiratorial circles began to cast doubt on his identity or applaud him. his actions.

Warner, 63, is accused of setting off a bomb in downtown Nashville on early Christmas morning, damaging more than 40 businesses, killing himself and injuring several others. Investigators have yet to identify the motive for the attack. Nonetheless, a certain -Trump segment appears to have sided with the bomber, with another man from Tennessee allegedly attempting a similar – albeit without any real explosives – on Sunday.

Officials have not announced Warner’s possible motives, or whether the incident is being treated as an act of terror. Initial reports suggest that the FBI is investigating whether Warner (who law enforcement said set off the bomb from an RV outside an AT&T building) was influenced by conspiracy theories on 5G technology. A real estate agent who worked with Warner who was interviewed by the FBI told the Nashville WSMV that agents had asked about Warner’s interest in the technology, but were unsure if he had any such beliefs.

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