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‘He’s Going To Snap’: Maine Shooter’s Friend Warned Boss of Risk Weeks Before Massacre

via Androscoggin County Sheriff
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Robert Card’s best friend, Sean Hodgson, warned authorities about Card’s potential for a mass shooting, but his concerns were ignored.

Card’s mental decline was documented, and despite warnings from family and friends, authorities did not take action.

Hodgson witnessed Card’s paranoia and erratic behavior, including an incident where Card punched him. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Despite Hodgson’s efforts, authorities dismissed his warnings, and Card later committed a mass shooting before taking his own life.

Hodgson now struggles with the aftermath and regrets that Card will not face consequences for his actions.

“I wasn’t in his head. I don’t know exactly what went on. But I know I was right,” Sean Hodgson said.

“I believe he’s going to snap and do a mass shooting,” Hodgson wrote.

“I don’t believe in coincidences. I know it’s Robert Card,” he said upon hearing news of the shooting.

“I did my job, and I went over and beyond it, and I literally spelled it out for them,” Hodgson said. “I don’t know how clear I could have gotten.”

“I understand he did a horrific thing. I don’t agree with it. But I loved him. I didn’t want any of this for anybody,” he said later.

“Any speculation at this point without having all the details could affect the outcome of the investigation. More details may become available once the investigation is complete,” Army Reserve spokesperson Lt. Col. Addie Leonhardt said.

“It took me a lot to report somebody I love. But when the hair starts standing up on the back of your neck, you have to listen,” he said.

“I could’ve told them when he was at work, when he was at home, what hours he worked,” he said.

“That was the most difficult thing I ever had to do, was report him to command, and I did that. And for them to discredit me? It pisses me off because all they had to do is listen,” he said.

“It was sort of balancing the safety of the public versus this family’s reputation. And that should not be a factor,” attorney Stephanie Sherman said.

“Listening to that interaction between the military and the sheriff, it hurt me to hear the giggle and the laughter in their voice. Because I don’t think they would be giggling and laughing had they been the ones in my shoes that day, not knowing where their daughter was [when Card opened fire],” shooting survivor Tammy Asselin said.

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