Who was the perpetrator of the shooting in Texas school?
This Tuesday, the crazed young man killed for some bizarre reason 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.
The suspect in a shooting that claimed the lives of fourteen children and a teacher at an elementary school in the town of Uvalde in Texas (USA) acted alone and allegedly shot his grandmother before heading to school.
Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo told a press conference that at this point in the investigation they believe the alleged attacker, identified as Salvador Ramos, 18, who was later shot and killed by officers, acted alone in this “heinous” crime. Arredondo indicated that the attack against the Robb Elementary School, where children between 7 and 10 years old study, took place around 11.37 local time (16.37 GMT).
For his part, the governor of Texas, Greg Abbott, said in another press conference that there is information that the alleged perpetrator of the shooting would have shot his grandmother before going to school. “I have no further information about the connection between these two shootings,” concluded Abbott, who did not offer details about the health condition of the assailant’s grandmother. The governor added that, according to available data, Ramos was an American and a student at Uvalde High School.
The young man uploaded images of his weapons to his social networks, including to his Instagram account, @salv8dor_, which was closed minutes after his identity became known. Conversations have transcended with the user @epnupues, whom Ramos tagged in the publications in which he showed his rifles, and to whom, before the shooting, he told her that he would message her again an hour later, despite the fact that the girl, with whom he barely had a relationship, had shown her refusal to be tagged by the young man in the photos of his weapons.