Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Nashville Christmas Bomber Anthony Quinn Warner Reportedly Dead by ‘Suicide Mission’

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Law enforcement sources are calling the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville a “suicide bombing,” and federal sources say they’re exploring possible motives in the case, Your Content has learned.

Tissue found at the scene and no video evidence of someone walking away from the RV lead police to believe Warner died in the explosion, CBS 21 reports.

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