Brad Johnson on the Nashville Bombing – Who is to Blame?

Around 0630 on Christmas Day, an explosion from an old RV detonated in front of an AT&T building said to house massive servers. A set of remains were recovered from the scene and witnesses reported hearing a series of gunshots before the explosion. Brad Johnson speculates on who is behind this communications take-down attempt.

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. He has served domestically and abroad with numerous assignments often during periods of armed conflict. He has served overseas in direct support of the War against Terrorism. Mr. Johnson is a certified senior expert in Counterintelligence issues with extensive direct experience in the field. He is a senior expert in surveillance and surveillance detection issues. He has proven expertise in dangerous operational environments with the highest level of training and extensive direct experience in tradecraft for dangerous areas. His proven expertise also extends to denied operational environments (most difficult and restrictive) with the highest levels of training offered anywhere in the USG or the world and extensive direct experience. Mr. Johnson has served overseas as Chief of Station multiple times. He is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe and is currently the President of Americans for Intelligence Reform.

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3 thoughts on “Brad Johnson on the Nashville Bombing – Who is to Blame?

  1. I grew up in the 70″s and my Father was a judge and of course we were warned by the FBI that my Father could be mailed a bomb and the security efforts (that were minimal by today’s standards) changed childhood. But I have to agree with Brad all these efforts were then designed to create fear and confusion. People did lose their lives then and now, at some point reason prevailed and criminals were jailed.

  2. A lot of planning went into this RV or it wasn’t the center of the blast. I’m still looking at where the speakers were situated on the RV, they would have been sizeable speakers. Who it was will out in the end, the FBI narrative will need to viewed as marketing and not necessarily completely the truth.

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