Nashville Explosion: Police Probe Conspiracy Theory Motive

Police are trying to figure out why Anthony Quinn Warner detonated a bomb that killed himself and injured three others.

Nashville Explosion: Police Probe Conspiracy Theory Motive
Emergency personnel work near the scene of an explosion in downtown Nashville, Tenn., Friday, Dec. 2...

US special investigators are trying to figure out whether the conspiracy theories motivated the Nashville explosion suspect on Christmas day. meanwhile, the local police authorities are still trying to figure out why Anthony Quinn Warner detonated the bomb and killed himself and three others.

Security officials have stated that Anthony is said to have support for unsubstantiated conspiracy theories and said that would participate in hunting out the aliens. Moreover, the police authorities are also investigating whether he believes in the 5G conspiracy theories.

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Upon checking, Anthony’s only criminal record consisted of a marijuana-related case more than three decades ago. Reportedly, he had made statements about “alien people”, a conspiracy theory that states that several famous people, including Justin Bieber and former US President Barack Obama, were the lizards with alien origins, which are now planning to take over the world.

On Christmas day, a camper van blew up near the American telecom giant’s office, disrupting communication in as many as four states, including Tennessee. Associated Press reported that the initial investigations report suggests that the suspect had immense knowledge in Information Technology and was killed in the blast.

Police revealed on Wednesday that his former girlfriend told the security agencies that her boyfriend was involved in making explosives in his trailer at his residence. Top local security officials told the media outlets that Anthony was not on their radar before the Nashville explosion.

After her girlfriend’s statement, the police were sent to Anthony’s residence, but they came with no answers because they found no evidence or had no authority to enter the property. Following the blast on December 25, police found human remains on the site. Later, the DNA test revealed the suspect’s identity, and officials have maintained that it was unlikely that other people were involved in the incident.

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