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AERIAL VIEW OF NASHVILLE CHRISTMAS BOMBING: ONE EXPLOSION CAME FROM INSIDE/UNDER AT&T BUILDING

The motor home (RV) that carried ‘the bomb’ is likely a distraction because at least one explosion came from inside the AT&T building, aerial footage shows.
 
That means explosives were placed inside the building before the RV even arrived. That also means that the RV may have been used only for the broadcasting of the recorded gunfire, countdown and warning.
 
Photos showing the location of the RV and the explosion at AT&T
The motor home (RV) was NOT parked in front of the AT&T building where there’s now a gaping hole in the wall. The mainstream media and ‘explosives experts’ would like you to believe that the hole in the wall was caused by the explosive device in the RV but we can prove that that is not what happened.
 
The Nashville police has stated that the RV was parked outside 166 2nd Avenue.
 
The holes in the wall of AT&T’s building and the sidewalk in front of it couldn’t have been caused by the RV because this specific part of the AT&T building is right in front of 170 2nd Avenue. Not in front of 166 2nd Avenue.
 

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