Last updated: December 28th 2020, 6:52 pm EST
ofIt has aroused new attention to the terrorist threat of the “lone wolf” in the United States. Investigators believe that the Nashville bomber shocked the city’s downtown during an explosion on Christmas Day. Three people were injured in the area and dozens of buildings were damaged.
Practice has proved that the “lone wolf”
He said: “The’lone wolf’ subject sometimes chooses to commit a crime within a few months, but within a few minutes.”
Although the Nashville bombing was not described as an act of domestic terrorism, the number of domestic terrorism cases investigated by the FBI has been increasing in recent years. These types of attacks may be caused by many dissatisfaction.
FBI Director Christopher Wray said: “I think all of these belong to the category of anti-government and anti-authority. From anarchists, violent extremists to militia types, this should be included.”
Although Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s militia earlier this year had a clear motive-to end the state’s COVID-19 lockdown-it is often difficult for investigators to determine what caused the “loneliness”. Wolf”, such as Nashville.
Greenblatt said: “It becomes very difficult to understand the nature of this man and the crime he is trying to commit.”
The authorities appointed 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner as the bomber. It is believed that Warner died in the RV explosion. Before the explosion, he gave away some items and said he had cancer. The FBI is investigating whether this is true.
David Rausch, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, said: “Obviously, there must be some emergency that led to the action.”
Mola Lenghi contributed to this report.
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