La ragazza dell'attentatore di Nashville ha detto alla polizia di entrare 2019 stava fabbricando esplosivi all'interno di RV: rapporto

La ragazza dell'attentatore di Nashville ha detto alla polizia di entrare 2019 stava fabbricando esplosivi all'interno di RV: rapporto

Police visited the home of Nashville bomber Anthony Quinn Warner in 2019 after his girlfriend told authorities he was making bombs inside his recreational vehicle, secondo un rapporto.

Documents obtained by The Tennessean newspaper of Nashville appeared to contradict a claim this week by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation that Warner wasnot on our radarprior to a massive Natale morning explosion of an RV outside an AT&T building in the downtown area of the state’s capital city.

Warner is believed to have died in the esplosione, which reportedly caused no other fatalities.

The Metro Nashville Dipartimento di polizia documents also indicate that both local and federal authorities knew in August 2019 about alleged threats Warner had made, The Tennessean reported.

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When authorities visited the girlfriend at her home – about a mile and a half away from Warner’s home – she handed over two unloaded guns that she claimed belonged to Warner, telling authorities shedid not want them in the house any longer,” Metro Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron told the newspaper. She also told Nashville police that Warner wasbuilding bombs in the RV trailer at his residence,” secondo la polizia.

Al tempo, a lawyer who was representing both Warner and his girlfriend told officers that Warnerfrequently talks about the military and bomb making,” e “knows what he is doing and is capable of making a bomb,” the police report says.

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After visiting the girlfriend on that day in 2019, officers went to Warner’s home and knocked on the door but he didn’t appear to be at home. They also noticed that the RV parked outside hadseveral security cameras and wires attachedand appeared to have an alarm set up at the front door.

Questa immagine non datata pubblicata sui social media dall'FBI mostra Anthony Quinn Warner, the man accused of exploding a bomb in Nashville, Tenn., il giorno di Natale. (Per gentile concessione dell'FBI tramite AP)

Questa immagine non datata pubblicata sui social media dall'FBI mostra Anthony Quinn Warner, the man accused of exploding a bomb in Nashville, Tenn., il giorno di Natale. (Per gentile concessione dell'FBI tramite AP)

Nashville police sawno evidence of a crimeat the time and had no authority to enter the property, so they left and sent a report to their department’s hazardous devices unit and to the FBI, The Tennessean reported.

Later that day, the FBI responded that they had no records of any suspicious activity regarding Warner.

Questa immagine non datata pubblicata sui social media dall'FBI mostra Anthony Quinn Warner, the man authorities say was behind a mysterious explosion in Nashville, Tenn., in which he was killed. (Per gentile concessione dell'FBI tramite AP)

Questa immagine non datata pubblicata sui social media dall'FBI mostra Anthony Quinn Warner, the man authorities say was behind a mysterious explosion in Nashville, Tenn., in which he was killed. (Per gentile concessione dell'FBI tramite AP)

Più tardi quel mese, the Defense Department also reported thatchecks on Warner were all negative,” Aaron told The Tennessean on Tuesday. The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives also had no information about Warner, Egli ha detto.

Also later that month, police contacted the lawyer, Raymond Throckmorton III, to arrange a conversation with Warner, but the lawyer told them Warnerdid not care for the police,” and would not agree to any inspection of his RV.

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It appears neither Nashville police nor the FBI heard any further reports about Warner prior to the Christmas morning explosion.

Warner had only one arrest, a gennaio 1978, for possession of marijuana, The Tennessean reported.

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