La proprietà dell'attentatore di Nashville viene trasferita alla famiglia di una donna di Los Angeles: rapporto

La proprietà dell'attentatore di Nashville viene trasferita alla famiglia di una donna di Los Angeles: rapporto

Il Nashville bomber’s family members weren’t happy to learn in 2019 that he had signed over his mother’s stake in a family-owned property to a 29-year-old woman in Gli angeli, the bomber’s lawyer claimed this week, secondo un rapporto.

The young California woman later in the year returned the stake to the mother of Anthony Quinn Warner, the 63-year-old Tennessee man who authorities say died inside his recreational vehicle in which a bomb exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning, The Tennessean of Nashville reported.

Il casa was worth about $ 230,000 at the time and Warner asked for no money in return from the Los Angeles woman, diceva il rapporto.

Then last month, records indicate, Warner transferred ownership of a second property – his own home in Antioch, Tenn. – to the same L.A. donna, diceva il rapporto.

Lawyer Ray Throckmorton III told the newspaper he represented Warner in his personal affairs in 2018 e 2019 – until they had a falling out related to the 2019 property transfer, riportava il giornale.

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The California woman wasthe child of a friend of his,” Warner told him, the lawyer said.

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)

I remember him saying he knew her mother personally,” Throckmorton told the newspaper, adding that he never pressed Warner for more details about why Warner was transferring control of the property.

Property records identified the Los Angeles woman as Michelle Swing, a music industry executive who attended college in Tennessee before moving to California in 2012, the New York Post reported. Swing has declined to comment about Warner and has deleted her social media accounts, diceva il rapporto.

Throckmorton described Warner as atechy, computer-geeky guywho seemed intelligent but also appeared distrustful of other people.

There was no chitchat with him,” the lawyer added, according to The Tennessean.

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Di mercoledì, Metro Nashville police Chief John Drake defended his officers after The Tennessean reported that police had visited Warner’s property in 2019 on a girlfriend’s report that he was making bombs – but didn’t pursue an investigation after failing to find signs of possible law-breaking.

At no time was there evidence of reasonable suspicion that a crime was being committed and officers had no legal basis to go into Warner’s fenced-in yard and home,” Drake said. “We had no legal basis for search warrants or subpoenas based on what we knew at the time.

The FBI also found no signs of suspicious activity by Warner, hanno detto le autorità.

The bombing on Christmas morning damaged more than 40 businesses, hanno detto le autorità. Six Nashville police officers have been credited with saving lives by helping people evacuate the area after hearing recorded warnings from the RV prior to the explosion, advising people to leave the area.

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