Anthony Warner, the suspect in the Nashville bombing, recently told an ex-girlfriend he had cancer and started giving away his possessions in the weeks before what authorities have described as a suicide attack, The New York Times reported.
Local outlets reported that authorities were investigating whether Warner was paranoid about 5G technology.
The technology has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories and baseless claims, including that it causes cancer and prompted the coronavirus outbreak.
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Britain’s mobile networks are hoping to secure a leading role in an emerging radio technology that could be worth $21bn (£15.8bn) to power a move away from Huawei.
Open radio access network technology – known in the industry as OpenRan – is expected to be in use by 90pc of Europe’s mobile networks by next year, according to research from Deloitte.
The UK has taken a leading role in deploying the technology, which is designed to open up the hardware and software that can be used in mobile network infrastructure.
This should make it easier to use telecoms kit and