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originally posted by: EnhancedInterrogator
Wondering if the woman he quit-deeded a couple of properties too ( apparently without any advance notice or consent), is maybe some unacknowledged relative, like the result of an affair by him or some other family members. In which case, perhaps that is some attempt to do right to make up for something not done before.
Regarding AT&T as a target, sounding like maybe something related to 5G conspiracy theories there. One of the neighbors noted he was often messing around with the antennas on the RV. Wondering if he was trying to do some kind of direction finding on various frequencies? To see which frequencies were coming from which directions?
His background is IT, most of the IT people I know don't believe in 5G conspiracy theories. Also he is not known to have spoken about 5G conspiracy theories to anyone.
So all this is highly speculative of course.
Nashville - Age 62 - Steve lost his battle with cancer on September 17, 2018. He is preceded in death by dad, Charlie. He is survived and will be missed by his mom, Chris; brother, Tony; sister, Teresa (Jimmie); nephew, Shawn (Abby); and a host of friends & family. The family would like to thank Dr. Habib Doss and the nurses at St. Thomas Midtown for the gentle care he received in his final hours. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, September 22, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Ignatius of Antioch, 601 Bell Road, Antioch, TN 37013. In lieu of flowers, please donate, in Steve's memory, to a cause that is worthy and close to your heart. Woodbine Funeral Home
Records show the Nashville bombing suspect's late father worked for BellSouth, a telecommunications company that merged into AT&T in 2006, before his death in July 2011 at age 78.
A LexisNexis report on Anthony Warner, obtained by Newsweek, showed that he was born in January 1957, is 63 years old, located at 3724 Bakerton Road and 115 Bakertown Road in Nashville—the address authorities began searching on Saturday. The report listed Charles B. Warner and Steven L. Warner as potential relatives of the suspect, and an obit on The Tennessean confirmed that Charles Warner was survived by his sons, Steve and Tony Warner.
A separate LexisNexis report on Warner's father, obtained by Newsweek, showed that a Charles B. Warner worked at BellSouth before his death on July 5, 2011. Two of the three email addresses listed under Warner's father were also connected to BellSouth.
"The fact that the father worked in the same company is definitely a lead investigators would pursue," a senior law enforcement official told Newsweek on Saturday evening when asked about the suspect's father's connection to AT&T.
"They're definitely pulling the dad's employment record to see if there is any nexus between this bombing and his employment," the source added. "In an investigation of this magnitude it would be logical to see if there is a nexus between adverse employment action of the father, and the location of where the bombing took place."
Nashville Bomber Taunts Cops with Song 'Downtown' Before Blast
The Nashville bomber made a game out of his terror plot ... he not only amplified his 15-minute warning to authorities, he wanted the area to reverberate with a classic song that has a connection to the area.
Authorities and others in the area heard the song, "Downtown" by Petula Clark blaring from the RV that eventually exploded, wreaking havoc in Nashville's downtown area.
A police spokesperson who clearly was unfamiliar with the song by butchering the singer's name -- he's got an excuse because he's too young to know the tune -- said the song is all about shining lights and such.
originally posted by: Identified
a reply to: EnhancedInterrogator
I wouldn't think having a BellSouth email means much since anyone with bellsouth internet will have had a BellSouth email. But if his dad worked there.... Could mean something and since 5G didn't exist when dad died then the feds will have to investigate something other than "he's a 5G conspiracy nut.".