Two teens, ages 13 and 15 are facing felony murder charges after they were filmed in an alleged carjacking gone wrong. Mohammad Anwar, a 66-year-old Pakistani-American immigrant was killed when he tried to stop the attempted carjacking of his car which he used to deliver food for Uber Eats. Anwar was dragged down the street until his car crashed a block away.
The two suspects were quickly apprehended by nearby U.S. National Guard troops as they climbed out from the overturned vehicle, and were arrested shortly after by police at the scene. Loved ones say Anwar moved to the U.S. to make a better life for his family. Carjackings in D.C. have jumped 350% this year over the same time last year.
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DNC has trained agitators that they send to Trump Rallies (video from Project Veritas); These videos appear to be from 2016. They were posted on Twitter and I grabbed them before Twitter could delete them.
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Just one story on Project Veritas' exposure of Creamer and Foval: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/10/19/two-democratic-operatives-lose-jobs-after-james-okeefe-sting/
DNC has trained agitators that they send to Trump Rallies (video from Project Veritas); These videos appear to be from 2016. They were posted on Twitter and I grabbed them before Twitter could delete them. Part 1
Nashville Explosion December 25, 2020 The RV, Chilling Details
Large explosion in Nashville downtown, buildings damaged — parked vehicle exploded on Christmas morning
Authorities are investigating a massive explosion in downtown Nashville that occurred at around 6:25AM local time this morning. Reports say a parked RV exploded and caused damage to several
buildings. On Twitter, Nashville residents 12 miles away reported hearing and feeling the explosion.
News reports say emergency crews have responded to an explosion in downtown Nashville. Black smoke and flames were seen billowing from the area.
Buildings shook in the immediate area and beyond after a loud boom was heard early Christmas morning. Police and fire crews were on the scene.
The Metro Nashville Office of Emergency Management told Nashville television station WKRN that a parked recreational vehicle exploded and damaged several buildings. No injuries were immediately reported. The station also quoted officials as saying the explosion did not seem suspicious.
Buck McCoy, who lives near the area, posted videos on Facebook that show water pouring down the ceiling of his home. Alarms blare in the background and cries of people in great distress ring in the background. A fire is visible in the street outside. McCoy said the windows of his home were entirely blown out.
“All my windows, every single one of them got blown into the next room. If I had been standing there it would have been horrible,” he said.
“It felt like a bomb. It was that big,” he told The Associated Press.
“There were about four cars on fire. I don’t know if it was so hot they just caught on fire, and the trees were all blown apart,” he said.
Explosion in Nashville is believed to be an intentional act, police say
Officials believe that a Christmas morning explosion in downtown Nashville was an intentional act, according to a Metro Nashville Police spokesman.
The incident is under investigation by multiple agencies, both local and federal, including the FBI and the ATF, Aaron said. Police and Tennessee Highway Patrol are conducting a shutdown of the area for the investigation. Access from the interstate through the immediate area will be restricted, he said.
Eyewitness Buck McCoy told CNN the explosion took place right in front of his home, causing his windows to be blown in.
In a brief news conference Friday morning, spokesman Don Aaron said the department's hazardous devices unit was headed downtown in response to a call about a suspicious vehicle when there was a "significant" explosion linked to that vehicle around 6:30 a.m. CT.
"We do believe that the explosion was an intentional act," Aaron said.
Three people have been transported to hospitals form the scene, but none are in critical condition, according to Nashville Fire spokesman Joseph Pleasant.
Police previously tweeted the explosion took place outside 166 2nd Avenue N. downtown.
Earlier, Nashville Mayor John Cooper told CNN he was "aware of an explosion" and was on the way to the scene.
"I do know emergency services are calling in our help, all our specialties, to investigate the cause of the explosion and I'm sure more information will be posted soon," Cooper said.
The mayor added the explosion happened on 2nd Avenue on the edge of the Tennessee city's hospitality and tourist district in an old, historic part of town.
smoke rising from a fire on the street, with debris littering the area.
McCoy told CNN that when he looked outside trees had fallen and broken glass was everywhere. He saw people filing out of their apartments with their animals. Firefighters told him to get as far away from the area as possible, he said.
"There's just nothing left on Second Avenue," he said.
Witnesses at the scene awoke to the sound of gunshots, a loud speaker announcement telling them to evacuate because the RV contained a bomb. After about 20 minutes the warning altered itself into a 15 minute countdown.
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