TN - RV Explosion, Nashville, 25 Dec 2020 #2

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  1. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    He practiced somewhere if the type of explosion they say is true.

    Self control? I'd wet my pants or worse waiting. However if you believe humanity is responsible for the mess we are in? Heck, a lousey few hours ain't squat.

    God Bless Nashville.
     


  2. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    He practiced somewhere if the type of explosion they say is true.

    Self control? I'd wet my pants or worse waiting. However if you believe humanity is responsible for the mess we are in? Heck, a lousey few hours ain't squat.

    God Bless Nashville.

    Hold the phone! You are sooooo right! The mail is waaaaay behind!

    Good thinking.

    No link can be provided, but Filly has very close relative. Mail Carrier. My only help with my mom. Working seven days a week often over ten hour days to catch up.

    What? This guy had a Reptilian deliver these packages?
     
  3. dixiegirl1035

    dixiegirl1035 Well-Known Member

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    Jeez, those stats are indeed scary as to beliefs (non withstanding I'll exclude from that "scary" part as many many many scientists believe in other "life forms" in the galaxies or "benign aliens"... and just did a quick dive to review Carl Sagan and Hawkins beliefs on such - perhaps the word "aliens" has different meanings to many)
     
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    dixiegirl1035 Well-Known Member

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    This is a definite assumption to be made that is viable with the information we have. Good thought!

    It's kind of back a$$wards from something that happened in my family. Someone left a significant person out of their will. The others that were included in the will decided that the deceased had wrongly excluded that one person, (deceased held a grudge as deceased thought that person was responsible for their offsprings' suicide all her life..tragic) so EVERYONE (four people) in the will gave a percentage of their "will per stirpes" to the excluded person so all received the same amount of 1/5th per stirpes.

    Good sleuthing, and fits perhaps.
     
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    dixiegirl1035 Well-Known Member

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    Bodhi Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, imstilla.grandma.
     
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    Wow. Thanks for that link. So many troubled people, IMO.
     
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    Ray_of_hope Verified registered nurse

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    I believe that even though those numbers appear appalling high, they seem seem low to me. I've seen those sites and interacted publicly with people who believe that craziness. :eek:
     
  9. Alethea

    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    I don’t really understand what people are implying about the connection to the brother. The mom had to sue because AQW fraudulently transferred property belonging to his brother as POA to avoid the appropriate transfer in probate. If brother had children or grandchildren, the property would have transferred to them in probate. If the brother wanted to transfer his property to a friend or relative, he could have done that in a will. But because he died without a will, under the laws of intestate succession, his mother was his heir and she inherits.

    Personally I think AQW helped his brother while he was sick and felt he was “entitled” to the house even though the law says his mother was. When they realized the theft in probate and his mom sued, he transferred the property to his friend’s daughter like a lunatic.
     
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    Betty P Well-Known Member

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    Hopefully they're not as much a threat to public safety as Warner. Does anyone familiar with these people have an idea whether this kind of violent paranoia is common among that crowd?
     
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  11. indicolite22

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    The lawsuit came a month after the transfer of the first property to MS. Both could still have happened after the probate, since at the time of his brother's death AQW was the owner. IMO AQW had a connection to MS, since they spoke a week before Thanksgiving. According to her, he didn't mention gifting her the second property, of which she learned through a letter. His sign off as Julio indicates that they kept in touch, though it seems unlikely that she was also into conspiracies. I wonder when she received the letter (before or after the bombing) and what reason he provided to her for giving away his home. It doesn't seem that she was the ex who received his car. It's possible that none of these women knew of his extreme beliefs, let alone see a motive for the bombing.
     
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    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    Right, by probate I mean the time immediately after someone's death when their estate is in probate and you are left figuring out who gets what. According to the lawsuit, AQW fraudulently transferred the property to himself to enrich himself, which is a conflict of interest when you are serving as Power of Attorney for an incapacitated person. He transferred the property to himself before his brother died to avoid it going to his mother.

    On the transferee, the media has been reporting that AQW sent "multiple" packages to "friends" across the country with his manifesto. I am going to guess the relationship with the transferee was one sided. In one of the recent articles MS's mother said she knew AQW 40 years ago. I still think it is as simple as being obsessed with his high school sweetheart's daughter.

    Think about it. What has happened in AQW's life since high school? Apparently...not much. A few businesses. Some girlfriends. But he has no wife or children and the media reports (and lawsuits) say his relationship with his family was tense.

    When I was in law school I wrote an anonymous law blog when blogs were first a thing. It was "popular" among law students, people in finance. It was garbage - just snarky takes on things happening in the business world. But I picked up more than a few unhappy middle aged stalkers. They would send me long emails and repetitive messages and generally not leave me alone. Trying to figure out where I worked and where I lived. I eventually stopped because it was so uncomfortable. People can get really carried away online and live in complete fantasy worlds. Some were convinced the Federal Reserve was secretly running the whole world, lots of gold conspiracies. And this was before social media, before reddit, before big public message boards. I can really see AQW just going off the deep end and thinking these random people, including his friend's daughter, are close personal friends.
     
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    I don’t think he was targeting the ATT building or anything in particular. I think he did it simply because he was mentally unstable and paranoid. He was wrapped in all these conspiracy theories to the point he apparently actually went looking for lizard people in state parks. Something pushed him over the edge. Maybe the pandemic.
     
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    StarryStarryNight Well-Known Member

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    I’m thinking he had the whole thing set on some type of timer. He took some sleeping pills or something after setting it and was unconscious or even dead when it all detonated.
    Just my thoughts.
     
  15. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    I wondered because on December 10th people were calling 911 about a loud boom around 11pm. Most likely a meteor they say. That in The Hendersonville Standard.

    December 10th they imploded the old McClure Bridge. Not sure of time, but the video from TDOT shows it looking like sunrise? Maybe sundown. Found those two sources looking up booms.

    Your theory makes more sense.
     
  16. imstilla.grandma

    imstilla.grandma Believer of Miracles

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    hey immediately began going door to door, evacuating apartments. Police also diverted one man who was walking his dog on 2nd Ave. just before the explosion occurred.

    "Immediately they didn't think about their own lives, they didn't think about protecting themselves, they thought about the citizens," said Chief John Drake. "They went about knocking on doors and had they not made their efforts, we'd be talking about the tragedy of people and lives lost."
    The officers who evacuated residents are:

    • Officer Brenna Hosey, with the department for 4 years
    • Officer James Luellen, with the department for 3 years
    • Officer Michael Sipos, with the department for 16-months
    • Officer Amanda Topping, with the department for 21 months
    • Officer James Wells, with the department for 21-months
    • Sergeant Timothy Miller, with the department for 11 years
    “They may consider what they did as just a regular part of their duties, but we in Nashville know it was extraordinary," Mayor John Cooper previously said. "It's a great thing that our city has such heroes."
    Mural honors Nashville police officers who ran to danger, saved lives before bombing
     
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    DBM, wrong thread oopsie
     
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    IMO, part of the trouble with these situations is that you never know if someone who holds paranoid beliefs will act out. Unless they show it blatantly. But even when there are "red flags" it is still hard for LE to really look into sketchy people because we have certain freedoms.

    Part of me wants to be really upset that LE was not more aggressive with Warner when his ex reported his bomb-making activity. But the other part of me worries that people could be harrassed by LE simply because an ex may want to get revenge. * I know it is obvious that Warner's ex was correct in this case and there was much to be concerned about.* JMO
     

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