(LibertySociety.com) – On Christmas Day 2020, Nashville was rocked by a bombing. The explosive device was reportedly in a camper parked on a street downtown. Now, authorities are saying the bomber may have done something else.
According to a statement provided to the Associated Press, the FBI stated the man accused of the bombing, Anthony Warner, sent “materials” explaining his motives to other people. This included two thumb drives along with nine typed pages. Special Agent Jason Pack said the materials espousing Warner’s “viewpoints” were given to “several acquaintances throughout the country.” He did not give any other information about what motivated the alleged bomber.
FBI confirms Nashville suicide bomber Anthony Warner sent letters to 'acquaintances' https://t.co/aKoSiYyBEB
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) January 3, 2021
Currently, authorities have not provided a reason for the Christmas bombing that killed Warner and injured several others. The incident also damaged buildings housing businesses and apartments. The FBI asks anyone who receives material from Warner to contact them at 800-CALL-FBI.
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