October 17, 2021

The Queens County Citizen

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Nashville sent packages to the accused’s relatives

Nashville sent packages to the accused's relatives

The FBI has confirmed that the perpetrator of the Nashville bombings on Christmas Day sent packages to relatives before his attack.

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Anthony Warner, 63, explodes a recreational vehicle in the heart of the historic downtown Tennessee. He was killed at the scene and three victims were injured.

While authorities are still trying to find out the motive behind the action, we learned that the accused had sent packages to relatives, the Nashville-based American channel WTVF reported.

One of the packages posted two days before the tragedy on New Year’s Day. It contained nine computer-typed text pages, two USB keys and no sender’s address on the envelope.

“The knowledge I have acquired is immeasurable. I understood everything and I understood who we are and what the universe really is, ”we could read.

In his manifesto, he discusses conspiracy theories such as the 9/11 attacks, the first man on the moon, and alien invasions.

The defendant, in his manifesto, stated the existence of an earthly reptile that controls the world and modifies human DNA.

“They put a switch in the human brain to walk among us and look human,” one might read.

The FBI has confirmed to the American Channel that it wants to know about the “contents sent by the accused to convey his views to several relatives across the country.”

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