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Maine Shooter – Robert Card’s Suicide Note Found

Robert Card, the man responsible for the mass shooting in Maine, was found dead from an apparent suicide on Friday.

His body was found in a recycling plant by some dumpster, along with two of his guns.

The death of Robert Card is still under investigation.

Robert Card wrote a note to a loved one before his massacre.

Fox News shares more here:

The mass murderer in Maine wrote a note to a loved one with his phone’s passcode and bank account before he was found dead about a mile away from his abandoned car.

Robert Card indiscriminately opened fire with a semiautomatic assault rifle inside a bowling alley and bar in Lewiston, Maine, on Wednesday, killing at least 18 people and injuring 13 more.

Maine Public Safety Commissioner Mike Sauschuck said the paper note he left behind wasn’t “an explicit suicide note, but the tone and tenor was that the individual was not going to be around.”

The mass shooting in Maine has sparked a lot of discussion online.

From some trying to push their views on gun control and others trying to uncover the mystery and conspiracy around the man:

Of course, you have the leftists who are using this to try to take away our guns:

The New York Post shares more on the story:

Card’s sister told investigators she believed he may have been looking for his ex when he shot up the Sparetime Recreation bowling alley and Schemengees Bar and Grille, ABC News reported, citing sources.

Investigators are looking into the possibility that the mass shooting — which killed 18 people and left 13 others wounded — began as a domestic dispute, the sources said.

The ex-girlfriend was not identified, nor was the suspect’s ex-wife, whose divorce over irreconcilable differences was granted in 2007, ABC News also reported, citing court documents.

In 2013, the divorce order was amended to include shared parental rights and responsibilities for their then-minor child, whose primary residence was with his mom, the documents reportedly state.

Card’s son was also the intended recipient of the mystery note investigators discovered Thursday while executing a warrant at Card’s unkempt home in Bowdoin, according to the outlet.

I’m not convinced that Robert Card would have massacred 18 people because of his ex-girlfriend.

Honestly, who knows?

Logically, though, wouldn’t he target her and not a bunch of unrelated people?


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