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Nashville mayor expects investigation to yield answers to Christmas bombing soon

Nashville mayor expects investigation to yield answers to Christmas bombing soon

Nashville, Tenn. Mayor John Cooper (D) said in an interview on CBS’ ’Face the Nation’ that he expected the investigation into the Christmas morning bombing would soon yield some answers. He speculated that the site of the bomb suggested the intent may have been to disrupt the communications infrastructure. The blast took place near the AT&T building in downtown Nashville.

Chaitanya
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IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

Good news and bad news... The good news.. No innocent life lost. The bad news, the Dominion machines that were being forensicly studied were destroyed. But more good news, there's no evidence of fraud in Tennessee.

Rocky
Rocky 1 months

The Nashville mayor is a joke. He was seen laughing about the incident. He is a former (probably current) developer who was always looking to get this historical section torn down to pave the way for high density high profit developments.

Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 1 months

Yet everyone is burying all the gunshots and possible battle going on before the announcement of the bomb on the speakers. Also the explosion happened across the street of the RV. More non stop lies by the media. Also why was the mayor laughing about it in the first news conference?

Doug
Doug 1 months

A lot of momentum? I just see a lot of laughing.

John W
John W 1 months

If you don't have anything to release, just say that. We don't need meaningless teasers.

Mutatis
Mutatis 1 months

It is becoming rather likely that the motive for this bombing will be a mystery, in the same way that Las Vegas shooting ended up.

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