Family of Army Reservist Blames Mass Shooting on Severe Brain Injury

Lewiston, Maine – The family of an Army reservist responsible for a tragic mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine last October has revealed shocking details about his mental state leading up to the horrific event. Testifying before a state investigative committee, they disclosed that the 40-year-old Robert Card suffered from a severe traumatic brain injury that may have contributed to his actions. According to family members, Card’s brain was “hijacked” by the effects of the traumatic …

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New study sheds light on brain injury in Army reservist behind Maine’s deadliest shooting

Lewiston, Maine – Brain injury experts are urging caution amid the release of limited information regarding evidence of a brain injury found in an Army reservist responsible for Maine’s deadliest mass shooting. Boston University researchers recently disclosed their findings after analyzing Robert Card’s brain tissue, revealing signs of traumatic brain injury. The study showed degeneration in nerve fibers responsible for brain communication, along with inflammation and small blood vessel damage. While the study sheds light …

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Army Reservist Linked to Maine Mass Shooting Had Evidence of Traumatic Brain Injuries, Study Finds

A recent study conducted by researchers from Boston University revealed that an Army reservist responsible for the tragic shooting of 18 individuals in Maine last year had evidence of traumatic brain injuries. The findings shed light on a potential link between the individual’s military service and the violent actions that ensued. This discovery has raised concerns about the impact of such injuries on mental health and behavior, prompting further investigation into the intersection of traumatic …

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Army Reservist in Maine Shooting Showed Signs of Traumatic Brain Injury: Research Center Findings

LEWISTON, Maine – A recent study conducted by the Boston University CTE Center revealed the presence of brain trauma in Robert Card, the Army reservist responsible for a tragic mass shooting in Maine last year. The findings, released by the Card family through the Concussion Legacy Foundation, suggest a potential link between brain injury and the behavioral changes observed in Card leading up to the deadly attack. According to lead researcher Ann McKee, Card displayed …

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Army Reservist Behind Maine’s Deadliest Shooting Had Evidence of Traumatic Brain Injury: Study Findings Released by Family

Lewiston, Maine – A post-mortem study of the brain of Robert Card, the Army reservist responsible for the deadliest shooting in Maine’s history, revealed evidence of traumatic brain injuries, researchers revealed. The analysis conducted by Boston University’s Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) Center and led by Dr. Ann McKee found degeneration in nerve fibers, inflammation, and a small blood vessel injury in Card’s brain tissue. Card, who fatally shot 18 people and injured 13 at a …

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Army Reservist Interviewed by New York State Police in Connection to Maine’s Deadliest Mass Shooting

Cortlandt, New York – Army Reservist Robert Card, the man responsible for Maine’s deadliest mass shooting, was interviewed by New York State Police at Camp Smith in Cortlandt on July 16, 2023. This incident shook the state of Maine to its core, prompting Army officials to testify before a special commission on Thursday, March 7, 2024. The commission is investigating the tragic shooting spree that took place in Maine, attributed to a former Army Reservist. …

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Army Reservist Behind Maine’s Deadliest Mass Shooting Warned Fellow Soldiers of His Intentions, Police Bodycam Reveals

LEWISTON, Maine – An Army reservist responsible for the deadliest mass shooting in Maine’s history expressed concerns over his mental state to New York State Police before he was hospitalized last summer. In police bodycam footage obtained by various media outlets, 40-year-old Robert Card detailed that fellow soldiers were worried because he was capable of doing something harmful. The release of this video followed new details from Maine State Police regarding the gunman’s cellphone, revealing …

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