The Nashville bomber was a 63-year-old named Anthony Quinn Warner, who blew himself up in the explosion. Shards of flesh, scalp, blood, brain matter. But why the grandiose gesture? Whatever happened to the idea of quiet, non-collateral suicide?
“Anthony Warner is the bomber,” said Donald Q. Cochran, the U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, at a news conference on Sunday afternoon. “He was present when the bomb went off and he perished in the bombing.”
I read somewhere that Warner may have been freaked about 5G, nonsensical as that sounds.
If you’ve ever been to the region, you know that some locals pronounce the name of the victim city “Naishville.”