According to reports, the FBI is investigating whether the suspect at the center of the Nashville Christmas bombing attack is paranoid about 5G conspiracy theories.
Steve FriedrichA real estate agent in Nashville contacted the FBI and told them that he had previously worked with a man named Tony Warner. Investigators believe that a person named Anthony Quinn Warner was an important person in the camper van that caused three injuries outside the AT&T building on the morning of December 25.
speak WSMV, Friedrich Agents asked him if the person he worked with was paranoid about 5G technology and believed it was being used to monitor Americans.
Friedrich He said that the person he engaged in information technology work was a “good guy”
“You know, he is a technologist, and that doesn’t mean anything negative. He will do this and leave. He won’t disturb anyone. He does his thing and leaves.” Friedrich Said.
The FBI said they could not comment due to the pending investigation.The agency has Weekly newspaper The latest information about the survey.
Earlier this year, conspiracy theories about the implementation of 5G included that the technology in some way helped spread and even contributed to the spread of 5G. The coronavirus is widely shared and believed by some people.
Unfounded theories led people to spread misinformation on social media and attack the 5G mobile phone mast in the UK.
“The story of 5G is complete, it’s totally rubbish, this is nonsense, this is the worst fake news,” NHS Stephen, National Medical Director of England Powis Said it earlier in the statement.
Investigators are continuing to try to establish motivation for the explosion, which may be the result of a suicide bomb attack.Human remains were found in the RV after an explosion in downtown Nashville around 6:30 am
Two senior law enforcement officials previously confirmed Weekly newspaper Investigators will take a DNA test from Warner’s mother to determine whether his remains were found.
A senior law enforcement official told reporters: “Assuming this is the mother of the bomber, the FBI laboratory will confirm it within 48-72 hours.” Weekly newspaper.
Investigators are also investigating whether the suspect’s previous father is in South BellIt was a telecommunications company that merged into AT&T in 2006 and has nothing to do with the bombing.
A law enforcement official said: “In such a large-scale investigation, it is logical to see whether there is a connection between the father’s unfavorable employment actions and the location of the explosion.”
The explosion also affected cell phone services and other communications equipment in the area.
AT&T said in a statement on Saturday: “Our team will continue to work around the clock to respond to the recovery work following the explosion in Nashville yesterday morning.
“We have two portable cellular base stations in downtown Nashville, and many other portable base stations are deployed in the Nashville area and the area.”