A woman who said she was a friend of the man who carried out the Nashville bombing revealed that she told police last year that her friend was making bombs in an RV, according to documents provided by the City Police Department to CNN, and CNN reported that on August 21, 2019, the police received a call from a lawyer representing Pamela. Perry, the woman who said she was the friend of suicide bomber Anthony Warner, said the latter was threatening suicide.
When the police arrived at Berry’s house, they found two empty guns belonging to Warner. They then told the officers that Warner “was making bombs in an RV near his home.” After that, the police headed to Warner’s house, but he did not open the door for them. The police said that because there was no evidence of a crime, they had no authority to enter his home.
The Mayor of Nashville, John Cooper, confirmed that the powerful explosion, which rocked the city on Christmas Day, was caused by the deliberate detonation of a bomb.
The police indicated that the explosion was caused by a housing vehicle and it was most likely an intentional act, indicating that when the officers arrived at the scene early that morning, they found an RV with a “sound recording” saying that the car would explode within 15 minutes and requesting People move away from the area.