Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF)-Experts told NewsChannel 5 that as authorities continue to investigate the explosion that occurred in downtown Nashville on Friday morning, they firmly believe that the location of the bomb was not accidental.
To coordinate such an explosion, a lot of planning must be carried out. Experts say that through such coordination, you will usually get the approval of others sooner than later. This is not the case here, because none of us is responsible for all these damages.
NewsChannel 5 had a conversation with Alex Little, the former chief national security attorney in our region. He said that usually, in such a large-scale explosion, the goal is to cause as much collateral damage as possible, including serious loss of life.
The fact that we heard the warning in advance convinced Little that the motivation was much more complicated.
“This happened at about 6:30 on Christmas morning. We have witnesses who said that no one was there the night before, so this was originally planned to be done in the morning. Then, you need someone to record and spend time And risking a bomb explosion to issue a warning 30 minutes before the warning is issued. Therefore, this is not a current thing. A lot of planning has been done,” Little said.
Little also said: “If you want to attack and not take credit for it, then the person who wants to attack will know why you did it.”
He said that behind-the-scenes investigators must study all possible motives behind it, including its relationship with AT&T.
Little (Little) also mentioned that as an investigator, he will carefully observe the surveillance video we have, from which we can hear about the RV.
The video was posted from the Twitter and YouTube accounts created today, with no previous posts.
Little said you must investigate whether this was posted by someone involved in the explosion. NewsChannel 5 will provide more detailed information, but Little said he is also keeping up with the latest information.
Photo of the police releasing the RV before the explosion in downtown Nashville
Police and witnesses said the RV played a recorded warning before it exploded in downtown Nashville