Anthony Quinn Warner donates homes to a friend’s daughter

The attacker’s former lawyer said the woman who got Anthony Quinn Warner of Nashville, two homes, got the homes.

Musical music director Michelle Swing, 29, in Los Angeles, became the heart of numerous conspiracy theories after being awarded the double deeds – including Warner’s own home exactly one month before his Christmas Eve blast.

A lawyer who represented him at the time, Ray Throckmorton III, told The Tennessean that the crazy, hateful, paranoid loner told him Swing was just ‘the child of a friend of his’.

“I remember saying he knew her mother personally,” recalls Throckmorton, who said he “never asked and never inquired or made any connection as to why he wanted to do it.”

The lawyer said the initial transfer – of Warner’s nearly $ 250,000 orphanage in January 2019 – caused a ‘split’ in the family, leading to a legal battle that his mother, Betty Christine Lane, eventually won. .

Swing passed the deed to the 85-year-old mother last year.

Warner – a “technical, computer-savvy man” – had already fired the lawyer before the legal battle ended, because he was upset about how it was going, he recalled.

“He just seemed to hate life and hate everything and everyone,” Throckmorton said.

“He was extremely reticent and suspicious and paranoid and distrustful. There was no conversation with him. ”

Michelle Swing
Michelle Swing

Swing, who did not sign the waivers, insisted she did not even know Warner had given up his home in Antioch for $ 160,000 in November. She declined to discuss their relationship, saying that ‘she was told to direct everyone else to the FBI’.

Throckmorton also represented Warner’s unidentified 64-year-old girlfriend who warned officials about his plans to bomb in 2019.

“She believed Tony was spying on her, and believed he was breaking into her house at night,” Throckmorton told The Tennessean.

“She believed all sorts of things. “We had no way of knowing if this was true,” he said.

‘I understand he never showed her anything. “He would just brag or brag about it,” he said.

FBI and ATF personnel are investigating the area involved in the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville on Tuesday.
FBI and ATF personnel are investigating the area involved in the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville on Tuesday.
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Police in Nashville this week defended their handling of the call, saying the vague allegations give them “no reasonable suspicion of going to a judge” and are asking for a warrant.

Warner’s RV-laden RV damaged 41 buildings in downtown Nashville early Christmas day and paralyzed phone lines in several states as he was apparently an AT&T building he parked outside.