Salvador Ramos, 18, Kills 19 People at a Texas School

Salvador Ramos

Salvador Ramos, 18, Kills 19 People at a Texas School

During the early hours of Sunday morning Salvador Ramos, the citizens of San Diego found themselves in a state of shock as a lone gunman named Salvador Ramos walked into the Border Patrol office, brandished a weapon and opened fire, killing himself. The young man was 18 years old and had been living with his grandmother for the past four months, according to the Associated Press.

18-year-old gunman’s family mourns loss of relatives

Several families in Uvalde, Texas, are mourning the loss of relatives who were shot and killed during the school shooting in their community. After the attack, Salvador Ramos, 18, was identified by officials as the gunman. In the months before the shooting, he stayed in touch with a 15-year-old girl in Frankfurt, Germany. He also purchased a rifle. In addition to buying the rifle, he also bought 375 rounds of 5.56 ammunition.

One of the victims killed during the attack was Layla Salazar, a 10-year-old girl. The girl loved to dance and watch Tik Tok videos. After the attack, her father, Vincent Salazar, posted a photo of her on Facebook. The 10-year-old’s father is a med aide.

Celia Gonzales

A vigil was held for the victims at a church in San Antonio. Many of the survivors came to the vigil. There was also a prayer vigil at the San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio.

The gunman’s grandmother, Celia Gonzales, was shot before the attack. The shooter was arrested two miles from the school. He had also been seen at a fast-food restaurant in the area. After a blowout argument with his mother, the shooter moved in with his grandmother.

Salvador Ramos, 18, had a speech impediment, according to the Associated Press. He was born in Fargo, North Dakota. He attended Uvalde High School until his graduation in June. He was then fired from his job at Wendy’s. He was also known for spouting sex jokes.

On the day of the shooting, he attended school with a cousin’s son. He regularly missed class. He was also interested in school shootings. In fact, he researched the history of mass killings. He was interested in the Sandy Hook shooting. He also bought a red dot sight and a body armor carrier. He said he would kill “at least 20” people.

Social media messages paint a picture of a “socially isolated young man”

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Ramos’ mother says she was surprised by his rampage

Despite the fact that Salvador Rolando Ramos had no criminal record and was considered a “quiet type”, the 18-year-old killed at least 19 people at a school in Uvalde, Texas Salvador Ramos. The attack left six teachers and students dead, along with 17 other people injured.

The shooter’s mother, Adriana Reyes, says she was shocked by the rampage. Her son had been a loner and was picked on because of his pronounced lisp. He was also a picky eater and had trouble with eyeliner.

Before the rampage, the shooter posted three messages on social media, announcing that he was going to commit an atrocity. He also said that he was going to shoot his grandmother and an elementary school.

He legally purchased two AR-15 assault rifles for his 18th birthday. He bought 375 rounds of 5.56 ammunition the day before the rampage. He also posted a photo on his Instagram account of the rifles.

Friend of Ramos

A friend of Ramos’ said that he was bullied because of his eyeliner and lisp. He said he was sometimes called a “gay man” and that he would receive inappropriate texts from women Salvador Ramos. He also said he dropped out of school slowly.

After the rampage, investigators are still searching for the motive of the shooter. Governor Greg Abbott said that the incident is indicative of “evil sweeping across Uvalde.” He said that investigators are seeking “additional background information” on the shooter.

Reyes said she was surprised by the rampage and that her son “had no criminal record.” She said that she and her son had a good relationship. She denied that she was a drug addict.

The attack also left Ramos’ grandmother in critical condition Salvador Ramos. She was shot minutes before the rampage.

Ramos’ tactical vest had no hardened body-armor plates inside

Using an AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle, an 18-year-old man in Uvalde, Texas, opened fire on 19 students and two teachers. He then crashed his truck into the school grounds railing. He was then shot dead by Border Patrol officials, who were arriving on the scene. The shooter had no criminal record and lived in a largely Latino community.

According to Uvalde Police Chief Steve McCraw, the shooter made three online messages before he attacked. One of those messages was about shooting up an elementary school. Another was about shooting a woman. A third was about shooting a grandma.

A few days before the attack, the shooter made a trip to a local gun store to purchase a legally purchased AR-15-style rifle. He bought 375 rounds of 5.56 ammunition Salvador Ramos. A few days later, he purchased a second AR-style rifle. He also bought a tactical vest. He was wearing the vest but did not have hardened body armor plates in it.

Using the internet, the shooter also made a series of social media posts that were more than the usual high school graduation or senior year class party. According to a law enforcement official who spoke on condition of anonymity, the shooter made a few cryptic social media messages to random teenage girls. The messages were too late to prevent the shooting, according to the law enforcement official. However, social media posts are still being analyzed by law enforcement officials. The messages are not dated, and Facebook declined to comment.

Another social media-related mention was a series of cryptic text messages sent to a 15-year-old girl in Germany. A separate account on TikTok was also investigated, but investigators are still working on the details Salvador Ramos.

Ramos was living with his grandmother for the last four months

Earlier this year, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos moved into his grandmother’s house in Uvalde, Texas, after a heated argument with his mother. He lived there for four months before he killed 19 children and two teachers at a local elementary school.

A neighbor told police that he had witnessed Ramos arguing with his grandmother, then shooting her in the head. Afterward, Ramos drove off in a pickup truck loaded with ammo Salvador Ramos. He crashed into a concrete ditch near the school.

Police said that the shooter used an AR-15-style rifle in his attack. The gunman then live-streamed the incident on the video-streaming site Twitch. The video was taken down within hours, but it was later viewed on YouTube.

Ramos’ grandmother lived in a neighborhood of second-generation American children who are the children of immigrants. She was critically injured in the attack and has been hospitalized in critical condition.

Daily Mail

According to the Daily Mail, the shooter’s mother, Adriana Reyes, said that she was surprised by the rampage. Her son was not going to graduate with his class this year. He had missed many classes.

Ramos was a loner, according to Wendy’s employees. He was often bullied over his speech impediment, and he had a history of fistfights. He was also bullied over his gaming and social media use. He was often snubbed by friends and classmates. He was also unemployed and grew out his hair. He bought 375 rounds of ammunition.

He was not set to graduate this year, according to school officials. He had a difficult time with school and he frequently missed classes. He had a rough home life. He had an ongoing falling out with his mother, according to his father.