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16 Replies to “Will build up more items on the attack on Nashville”

      • Some are pushing the story that the driver remained in the vehicle and blew up in the explosion. I don’t believe it, not for one nano-second. This is a political event.

        A simple question: Why did not one police officer go toward the RV to register the plate number? Instead, they evacuated buildings.

        So weird.

        • Probably standing orders, don’t go near any suspected bomb evacuate the area and wait for the bomb squad. They don’t want someone playing hero and setting of a bomb that the bomb squad could disarm.

        • Yes it is political, read the articles (one posted one I’m about to post about how the FAA is warning pilots that the air over Nashville is a no fly area and that the Air Force may shoot down any plane violating that air space.

          It looks like the bomb was after some data stored in the servers in the AT&T building, it also looks like that data was very sensitive and important. That makes this political and possibly international political since they are screaming national security.

    • FBI Looking at ‘A Number of Individuals’ in Nashville Explosion
      By Zachary Stieber
      December 26, 2020 Updated: December 26, 2020
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      The FBI and law enforcement partners are looking at “a number of individuals” in their investigation of the explosion that went off in downtown Nashville on Christmas.

      “We can’t confirm any individuals or anybody we’ve identified,” Douglas Korneski, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Memphis Field Office, told reporters on Saturday when asked about reports that officials have identified a person of interest in the bombing.

      “There are a number of individuals that we’re looking at,” he added. “So, at this point, we’re not prepared to identify any single individual.”

      Asked whether officials are actively looking for a person, he said: “We don’t have any indication that we are looking for another subject, but, again, there’s 500 leads we’re running through, so there’s all kinds of individuals we’re looking for.”

      https://www.theepochtimes.com/fbi-looking-at-a-number-of-individuals-in-nashville-explosion_3633252.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2020-12-26-2

  1. Re Person of Interest

    THIS SEEMS to be an INVESTIGATIVE post. People are analyzing. Worthy to read most of the replies and replies to the replies. Very intricate stuff.

    Andy Ngo:
    https://twitter.com/MrAndyNgo/status/1342909625608318977

    AND among Andy’s replies:

    Here’s a slightly better pic of the RV in the lot of the property that the suspect in question owns.

    https://twitter.com/whyspertech/status/1342917443082100736

    AND another reply in Andy’s post that is worthy:

    I don’t want to be the one to state the obvious, but the striping at the top and the AC unit are totally different between these two RVs. There’s a third stripe at the top and the AC unit is different on suspects RV (From someone who RVs for a living and is around a ton of them)

    https://twitter.com/OGchaesop/status/1342914553852669953

    AND

    Analysis of the explosion – something from the ground
    https://twitter.com/contracrypto/status/1342925208391458817

  2. FAA shuts down air space over Nashville after bombing and military warns the U.S. government will use ‘deadly force’ against any aircraft that enters as FBI hunts attacker

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated the airspace around the area of Friday’s bombing in downtown Nashville as a ‘national defense airspace,’ threatening ‘deadly force’ to any aircraft that poses as a possible security threat.

    The FAA issued an alert on Friday night stating that an area of one nautical mile would be zoned off, along 2nd Avenue street where the explosion took place.

    ‘Pilots who do not adhere to the following procedures may be intercepted, detained and interviewed by law enforcement/security personnel,’ the alert reads.

    n addition to the penalties from the FAA, the U.S. government ‘may pursue criminal charges’ or ‘deadly force’ against the airborne aircraft if it is determined that the aircraft ‘poses an imminent security threat.’

    The restriction are valid until 4.45pm on December 30.

    The FBI is probing whether Nashville’s Christmas Day bombing was deliberately designed to target police officers, after they were lured into the area prior to the massive explosion.

    The blast – which injured three people and caused massive damage to the city’s downtown area – emanated from a white RV parked on 2nd Avenue at 6.40 am Friday.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9089147/FAA-shuts-air-space-Nashville-bombing-military-warns-use-deadly-force.html

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