Maine Governor Janet Mills announced yesterday that she will be creating an “Independent Commission” to look into the Robert Card murders.
Yesterday afternoon the following report was released here and republished at The Gateway Pundit.
Moments after this release, the governor of Maine announced that she was creating a “commission” to look into the Robert Card murders.
The Maine Wire reported:
Maine Gov. Janet Mills on Wednesday said she would be forming an independent commission to examine the failures and oversights that led up to Robert R. Card Jr.’s Oct. 25 murder spree.
“It is important to recognize that, from what we know thus far, on multiple occasions over the last ten months, concerns about Mr. Card’s mental health and his behavior were brought to the attention of his Army National Reserve Unit, as well as law enforcement agencies here in Maine and in New York,” Mills said in a statement.
“This raises crucial questions about actions taken and what more could have been done to prevent this tragedy from occurring,” said Mills.
Mills appeared short on answers at a press conference five days after the massacre when a national reporter grilled her for her lack of transparency.
A tweet shared some exchanges during the event.
MILLS VS MEDIA! 🥊🥊
Very pointed exchanges broke out between Governor Mills and the media after she refused to answer questions about the Lewiston shooter. pic.twitter.com/jcdMtNi8xK
— The Maine Wire (@TheMaineWire) October 31, 2023
The overall concern here is that Governor Mills is trying to cover up the drugs given to Card and the psychiatrists who managed his care.
As we pointed out yesterday, the state’s AG provided a non-answer when responding to the identity of any psychiatrist overseeing Card’s care.