Salvador Ramosexecutor a massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde that killed 21 peopledescribed by his former classmates as a failed and lonely student who was mistreated because he was poor and wore an eyeliner.
When he was mentioned, he was seen as an ’emo’. In addition, his speech problems made him a target of ridicule, according to the Washington Post.
Classmates stated that Ramos suffered homosexual insults. Among other ridicules for the way he dressed.
CNN interviewed a former fellow attacker, who preferred to remain anonymous, who said he and Ramos were somewhat “close” and played together Xbox.
The 18-year-old was a fan of Sagittarius and fighting game Call of Duty.
Ramos, angry he didn’t graduate
A neighbor told local station Newsy that he saw it Ramos, who worked at Wendy’sarguing with his grandmother, claiming he was “crazy because he didn’t graduate”.
The man said that his grandmother later shouted: ‘He shot me, shot me’, before Ramos ‘crossed the street’ and crashed her car before he started the murder, in which two beloved teachers also took part, which led to the death toll. at least 21The Post notes that the massacre took place the day after his classmates graduated.
Reuters reported that his grandmother allegedly survived, but was severely injured.
Bad relationship with his mother
His neighbor, Ruben Flores, 41, said Ramos had a “pretty hard life” with his mother and tried to be a father figure to the teenager.
He told the Post that police had previously visited his mother’s home on Hood Street and that the troubled young man had often quarreled with his mother before moving into his grandmother’s house a few months ago.
He annoyed the employees at his job
Meanwhile, in an interview with the Daily Beast, his associates at Wendy’s noted that he had an ‘aggressive streak’ and sent inappropriate messages to employees. While others described it as ‘quiet’ and ‘antisocial’.
“And he would also send inappropriate text messages to ladies,” they commented.
Another Ramos friend from the class said that the young man started appearing less and less in class because others harassed him because of his clothes and the financial situation of his family.
‘He, like, didn’t want to go to school … and he just, like, slowly gave up. He barely came to school, ‘he explained.
After the young man, a native of North Dakota, finished high school, a friend said that they became even more distant from each other, but that they would occasionally write to each other on Xbox. “He would send me here and there,” he said.
He showed the weapon to a friend
According to reports, four days before the shooting on Tuesday, Ramos sent his friend a photo of AR and a backpack full of 5.56 bullets. “[He had] probably seven [magazines]’, he said. ‘I was like,’ Brother, why do you have this, ‘and he said,’ Don’t worry about it. ‘
According to the Daily Beast, Ramos bought two rifles on his 18th birthday, a few days ago.