Indications are that investigators going through the Nashville blast-scene may now have a person or persons of interest in mind.
The blast — which injured three people and caused massive damage to the city’s downtown area — emanated from a white RV parked on 2nd Avenue at 6.40 am on Christmas morning.
Some analysts theorize that the RV, which broadcasted a recorded message warning people to get away from the area and gave a countdown before the blast occurred, may have been designed to target law-enforcement.
The idea is that as law-enforcement is drawn to the area to investigate, the RV would detonate, killing them.
The blast reportedly injured several people.
At this point, there has been no confirmation from the FBI or local police as to who was involved, whether tissue allegedly found at the scene was indeed human tissue, or who exactly may have been involved at this early stage of the investigations.
White supremacist groups have been known to pose the greatest danger to the United States. They are heavily armed, and well organized. They have demonstrated their desire and capabilities to take innocent lives on a grand scale. From Timothy McVeigh in the Okholohama city bombing, to Mother Emanuel, to Kyle Rittenhouse, their goal is to murder the innocent.
Despite the clear and present danger they pose, law enforcement authorities’ attention, including local police departments, seems to be focused elsewhere.