The RV used in the Nashville Christmas bombing does not match the RV discovered in the alleged perpetrator’s driveway.
WhatDoesItMean.com pointed out the discovery that, along the entire driver’s side of the car, the RV depicted in the picture released by law enforcement has a single horizontal pin stripe near the roof.
While the RV parked at Anthony Quinn Warner’s home, who the FBI publicly considers a suicide bomber, has two pin stripes along the driver’s side.
In the two images above, the red outline square also shows a key difference in the appearance of another element, probably a vent, that in the two photos looks completely different.
Meanwhile, Anthony Quinn Warner is a 63-year-old Tennessee man who is a person of interest in the explosion of a parked RV in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, on Christmas morning, according to CBS News.
Two law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox News that, authorities believe Warner owned the RV that exploded in downtown Nashville early Friday. He also is believed to be deceased from the blast. (More detail)
On the other hand, there’s a rumor that a missile trail is clearly seen dropping from the sky to the ground right before the explosion took place. The fiery bomb blast appears to indicate that a cinetic/chemical explosion occurred, even though other videos seem to show that this explosion appears to have started slightly above the RV itself, not from within the RV.
Tennessee highway near Nashville closed over suspicious box truck
Tennessee authorities shut down a road east of Nashville after stopping a box truck that they said was playing audio “similar to what was heard” before a recreational vehicle blew up on Christmas Day in downtown Nashville.
On Twitter, the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office says that a portion of highway in Wilson County, just east of Nashville, was shut down by law enforcement officials on Sunday to investigate a white box truck stopped on the side of the road. Authorities had sent out the details
Sheriff’s officials said the truck played the recording when it was parked around 10:30 a.m. at a convenience store. Walter Hill at the Crossroads Market. The driver fled the parking lot and was pulled over in neighboring Wilson County by deputies. Officials said that law enforcement arrested the driver. (More detail)