Revealed: Maine gunman Robert Card was INVOLUNTARILY committed to mental hospital over the summer after 'erratic' behavior while training as Army reservist | 1 Nov 2023 | Three months before deranged gunman Robert Card [allegedly] massacred 18 innocent people in Maine, the veteran was involuntarily committed to a mental health facility during training with his Army Reserve unit. Previously, it was widely reported that Card, 40, had mental health issues, but the fact that his stay of the summer was involuntarily was first revealed Tuesday by the Boston Globe.   Card was accusing soldiers of calling him a pedophile, shoving one and locking himself in his room during training in New York, officials said. The [alleged] mass-shooter spent two weeks in the New York hospital. He returned to Maine on August 3.

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