Officials announced on Sunday that the remains found at the Christmas RV explosion site in Nashville belonged to Anthony Quinn Warner, the technical expert behind the explosion.
“Anthony Warner is a bomber,” U.S. Attorney Don Cochrane said at a news conference.
“He was there when the bomb exploded and was killed in the bomb attack.”
The 63-year-old Warner (Warner) is the only known death in the bombing. The bombing also injured 3 people and caused major property damage, including damage to the AT&T building, in the entire state and most of the southern region. Cell service.
Officials said the forensic test was used to compare the remains found on-site with Warner’s DNA and relatives’ DNA.
According to previous reports, investigators are investigating whether Warner’s concerns about 5G cellular technology and suspicion that it was used to monitor the American public caused a large-scale explosion.
Authorities declined to discuss motives at Sunday’s briefing, citing ongoing investigations, but said they are closely monitoring Warner’s activities, including online activities.
Before the explosion, the RV issued an audio recording to warn locals to evacuate the area.
The ominous recording also includes a countdown to the explosion and the weird classic Petula Clark pop song “Downtown”
Relevant departments stated that they believe that Warner Corporation is acting alone and that there is no lingering danger to the public.
Officials said that he was previously unknown to any law enforcement agency.