Online media today has been abuzz with reports, rumors and theories about a mystery woman connected with the Nashville bomber, now identified by authorities as 63 year-old Anthony Quinn Warner. The center of the firestorm is Michelle Swing, 29 an entertainment industry executive in Los Angeles, CA with ties to Tennessee.
Warner apparently gifted through quit-claim deeds two homes worth $160k and $249k last year to Swing, both of which are in Nashville, TN as reported by the Daily Mail. WBIR a Nashville NBC affiliate reported that,
“The most recent transfer was Nov. 25. Michelle Swing told a media outlet she wasn’t aware of the deed switch.”
Swing, who is cooperating with the FBI has been the center of multiple online theories regarding the blast that injured 5 and severely damaged AT&T infrastructure causing outages in 5 states and grounding flights from Nashville Airport.
Warner’s Bizarre letter
The mystery is only compounded by a bizarre letter Swing reportedly received from Warner in which he discusses deeding her the second home and his Christmas plans that he “intended to travel on Christmas Eve to spend a few weeks in the woods with his dogs,”.
The New York Post reports that he told her the basement of the home was “not normal” and she should “take a look”.
“The attic has plywood and lighting, take a look. The basement is not normal, take a look. Woof woof Julio”. -The end of Warner’s bizarre letter to Swing.
Connection to the ‘Mystery Woman’?
Swing told The Mail: “In the state of Tennessee you can deed property to someone else without their consent or their signature or anything.
“I didn’t even buy the house he just deeded it over to me without my knowledge. So this all very weird to me, that’s about all I can say.”
The Sun has reported on a possible connection between Anthony Warner and Michelle Swing, however, we have been unable to independently confirm their finding.
Swing’s cell number was also found on a note posted on the backdoor of Warner’s small apartment nearby.
The ‘Lone Wolf’ Theory, Too Easy?
Conservative analysts are beginning to question the FBI’s classification of Warner as a ‘lone wolf‘ attacker and furthermore are questioning the circumstances around Warner’s sudden offload of property to Swing as “convenient”.
Digital Music News reported, “Those quit claims certainly sound suspicious, though Swing has deferred all inquiries to the FBI. AEG has similarly not issued any comment”
Anthony Quinn Warner, eh?
I don't believe it. There you have it.
— Wayne Dupree Media, LLC (@WayneDupreeShow) December 27, 2020
As reports continue to come in, some outlets are prematurely assigning a motive to Warner’s actions related to 5G Conspiracy theories. Stephen Fridrich, who claims to have worked with Warner told reporters the FBI is reportedly asking questions along this line. However, it is too early to make a responsible report.
Newsweek wrote, “Speaking to WSMV, Fridrich said agents asked him if the man he worked with had paranoia about 5G technology and conspiracy theories about it being used to spy on Americans.”