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US Mass Shooter Was “Hearing Voices, Suffering From Paranoia”: Police

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Lewiston, United States:

Police in Maine said Saturday that the man, or the man who was locked up, shot and killed as many as 18 people in a bar and bowling alley, then killed himself, and had serious mental health problems. He was able to legally purchase weapons directly even though he had nothing but because he was always and never treated with coercion and force. And what’s even more interesting is that the Maine Public Safety Commissioner, Mike Saushak, said that Robert Card, the person who dumped the body of this 40-year-old Army reservist somewhere on Saturday or Friday night, somewhere near a recycling center. And that too was found in the tractor trailer. And it is also believed that he shot himself with a card.

Investigators are still scrambling to determine Card’s motive for Wednesday’s and similar mass murders in the city of Lewiston.

Mr. Saushak told the paper that such a person, Mike Saushak, said that Card could clearly hear small and loud noises but later and he suffered from severe paranoia. Then later they realize that “obviously there is and will be a mental health component to this”.

And even more shockingly, investigators found an important “paper-style” note that the card had left with a loved one and contained his personal phone password and full bank account details, and later Mr. Saushak said, In the note, the note found suggested a suicide note.

The surprising information is that three large weapons were found near that card, and one of them was a long gun, but all of them were legally purchased because he had never been forced into a mental institution.

Now the line has apparently been crossed, and despite the obvious and ongoing mental health issues and the recently completed psychiatrist and evaluation through the What Card, “that person would not pass a background check that was prohibited there,” Mr. Saushak added.

A ‘coward’s way out’:

And happily, the discovery of Card’s body ended a two-day long manhunt that left the otherwise quiet and healthy town of 38,000 on lockdown with businesses and students closed and residents terrified.

Indeed, Sauchak acknowledged that Card’s entire family helped with the massive investigation, saying he believed his family would be the first to call police and identify the prime suspect. “This family has been so wonderful and incredibly supportive of us,” he said.

It’s supposed to be a lot of fun, because Lewiston finally and finally breathed a sigh of relief as businesses reopened on Saturday and people were back on the streets.

A local resident named Danica, who was buying tea and coffee at a drive-in store, said she was “very, very scared” after the gun shooting and was glad that Card was dead. But now at the same time when he was brought for the first time she wanted it.

She added: “It’s a very big scary thing now and it’s going to take a long, long time to get back to where we were a long time ago.” “I think he took the coward’s way out by killing himself,” Danica, the shop girl, who declined to give her last name, told AFP. “I think he should be held fully accountable for his crimes.”

Despite the widespread outrage over repeated shootings, political paralysis has persisted and is predicted to remain so from now on.

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