Ben Hall
Kevin Wisniewski

January 2, 2020

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — A man who knew Christmas bomber Anthony Warner got a disturbing surprise in his mailbox on New Year’s Day when he received a package from the bomber.

The non-descript package was postmarked December 23rd, two days before investigators say Warner killed himself in the bombing.

Sources tell NewsChannel 5 Investigates that Warner mailed similar packages to other individuals.

On December 31 local Nashville reporters were given access to the bomb scene for the first time.

The package, which contained at least nine typed pages and two Samsung thumb drives, was immediately turned over to the FBI.

The envelope does not have a return address, but the rambling pages inside left no doubt it was from Warner.

“Hey Dude,” the cover letter starts, “You will never believe what I found in the park.”


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  1. Yeah….suuuuure he did. This is so transparent and ridiculous. I should get a cushy job making up False Flag narratives just so ORIGINALITY could be injected into these stale tired plots!

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