Disturbing Details Emerge on Uvalde School Shooter

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Those who knew Robb Elementary School shooter Salvador Ramos are speaking up after the 18-year-old, who was known to local police, shot and killed a minimum of 19 kids and 2 adults in Uvalde, Texas, stating that the teenager was bullied and “slowly dropped out” of school with a history of drug use in a broken family, violence and self-harm.

A previous schoolmate of Ramos informed CNN that he was rather “close” to Ramos, and the two would periodically play Xbox together. It was reported that the shooter, while coping with his mom, was gone to by cops due to disputes in between the two.” Ramos’s mother used drugs, which contributed to the upheaval in the home,” the Washington Post reports.

“He would message me here and there, and four days ago he sent me a picture of the AR he was using … and a backpack full of 5.56 rounds, probably like seven mags,” the classmate, who asked to not be identified by name, said.

“I was like, ‘bro, why do you have this?’ and he was like, ‘Don’t worry about it,'” the classmate said.

“He proceeded to text me, ‘I look very different now. You wouldn’t recognize me,'” he added.

The schoolmate stated that Ramos was bullied by his schoolmates and others for the clothes he used, for his lisp, and for his household’s monetary circumstance, ultimately leading him to participate in classes less and less.

“He would, like, not go to school … and he just, like, slowly dropped out,” the classmate said. “He barely came to school.”

One male who stated he understood Ramos’ granny informed Newsy that”the suspect was angry that he did not graduate” and had actually entered into an argument with the grandma quickly prior to the shooting took place.

The grandmother was supposedly shrieking “he shot me, he shot me.” When he and his mom stopped getting along, it was reported that he just recently started living with his grandparents. Ramos then supposedly fled in a vehicle, crashing near the school. It was quickly after this point that Ramos apparently got into the school and started the shooting spree.

Santos Valdez Jr, who informed The Washington Post that he had actually known Ramos since early grade school had actually been friends, stated the relationship started to liquify when Ramos’ habits started to weaken.The two used to play video games together, and on one night, Ramos arrived at a park where the two often played basketball with cuts across the face.Ramos at first stated that a cat had actually scratched his face, however later on apparently confessed that he did it.

“Then he told me the truth, that he’d cut up his face with knives over and over and over,” Valdez said. “I was like, ‘You’re crazy, bro, why would you do that?'”

Valdez stated that Ramos stated he did it for enjoyment.He kept in mind that Ramos drove around with another good friend in the evening on occasions and contended with random individuals with a BB weapon, and egged individuals’ cars.Stephen Garcia, who according to The Washington Post had actually considered himself Ramos’ friend in 8th grade, stated “[Ramos] would get bullied hard, like bullied by a lot of people. Over social media, over gaming, over everything.”

“He was the nicest kid, the most shyest kid. He just needed to break out of his shell.”

Garcia stated that Ramos as soon as published a picture of himself wearing black eyeliner to social networks, being met a multitude of remarks “using a derogatory term for a gay person,” The Washington Post reported. Garcia stated that as soon as Ramos and his mom moved to a different part of Texas for her job,”he just started being a different person,” Garcia said.

“He kept getting worse and worse, and I don’t even know.”

Nadia Reyes, a high school schoolmate, stated that Ramos published an Instagram story around 2 months earlier in which he yelled at his mom, who was trying to kick him out.

“He posted videos on his Instagram where the cops were there and he’d call his mom a b*tch and say she wanted to kick him out,” Reyes said. “He’d be screaming and talking to his mom really aggressively.”

Reyes stated that Ramos entered fist battles with his peers in intermediate school on a minimum of 5 events, and kept in mind that any relationships he had were fairly short-lived. Reyes stated that Ramos had actually as soon as discussed a pal’s goal to sign up with the Marines, stating that the buddy just wished to sign up with the military to kill people. Reyes stated that the other young boy ended the relationship on the spot.

“He would take things too far, say something that shouldn’t be said, and then he would go into defense mode about it,” Reyes said.

Garcia stated that he got a multitude of text as the news on what took place in Uvalde unfolded.

“I couldn’t even think, I couldn’t even talk to anyone. I just walked out of class, really upset, you know, bawling my eyes out,” Garcia said. “Because I never expected him to hurt people.”

“I think he needed mental help. And more closure with his family. And love.”

Ramos’ next-door neighbor Ruben Flores, 41, stated he had a “pretty rough life” with his mom which he had actually attempted to be a father figure to the teenager.Ramos’ Wendy’s colleagues informed  The Daily Beast that the teenager was “quiet” but had an “aggressive streak.”

“He would be very rude towards the girls sometimes, and one of the cooks, threatening them by asking, ‘Do you know who I am?’ And he would also send inappropriate texts to the ladies,” said a former co-worker, who asked that her name not be disclosed.

“At the park, there’d be videos of him trying to fight people with boxing gloves. He’d take them around with him.”

Leading up to the shooting, Ramos had actually apparently tagged an LA-based lady in posts revealing his weapons, The Daily Mail reported.When the woman asked what, he stated: “I’ll tell you before 11.” Ramos started shooting soon prior to midday local time.He asked if the woman was going to repost his weapon images, to which she asked,  “what your guns gotta do with me.”

“He’s a stranger I know nothing about him he decided to tag me in his gun post,” she wrote.”I’m so sorry for the victims and their families I really don’t know what to say.”

She added: “The only reason I responded to him was because I was afraid of him I wish I stayed awake to at least try to convince him to not commit his crime. I didn’t know.”Ramos had actually apparently purchased 2 rifles on his 18th birthday, which took place simply 2 days prior to the shooting.

In overall, 19 kids and 2 grownups have actually been eliminated in the school. Ramos was shot and eliminated by a Border Patrol agent.

H/T The Post Millennial

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