Robert Card, the man accused of mass murder in Maine, has been found dead in the woods.
Initially, reports indicated he had two gunshot wounds to the head, which would suggest that someone else was responsible for his death. However, within minutes, the story was revised to indicate only one “self-inflicted” wound.
It remains unclear if this discrepancy was due to an error or a deliberate attempt at obfuscation by those with vested interests.
Whatever may be the case, both possibilities will likely remain unresolved as mainstream media outlets avoid further questions into this matter.
Here’s the original Tweet, though the story that it links to has changed:
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) October 28, 2023
According to the newest version of the article:
Maine mass shooter Robert Card has been found dead in the woods with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to his head – ending a 48-hour manhunt involving over 300 members of law enforcement.
Androscoggin sheriff’s office wrote on Facebook: ‘The suspect in Wednesday nights shootings has been located and is deceased.’
Card, 40, was found near Lisbon, where his car was abandoned shortly after Wednesday’s massacre. His body was reportedly located near a recycling plant from where he was recently fired.
So which is it?