Friends of Salvador Ramos, 18, They saw his behavior gradually change before he attacked the Wolde school in Texas.
The young man, who was identified by authorities as the mastermind of Tuesday’s massacre, said he lived with his mother, sometimes with his grandmother. Washington Post Santos Valdes was one of the killer’s friends during his first years of school.
Valdes, said Ramos He was bullied by other students and sometimes even started fights.
“He was badly bullied in high school,” he said.
They will play video games like “Fortnight” and “Call of Duty”.. But then Ramos changed, Valdes said.
As he said MailRamos once stood in a park where they often played basketball with cuts all over their faces. First he said that a cat had scratched his face. “Then he told me the truth, and he cut his face again and again with a knife,” Valdes said. “I said, ‘You’re crazy, brother. Why did you do that?'”
His response was brief but expressive: he did it for fun, Valdes recalls.
Valdes said Ramos He was driving with another friend at night and shot at random people with a PP gun. He pushed people cars, Valdes said, and began to wear black clothing, leather boots and military style.
About a year ago, Ramos posted photos of automatic rifles “on his wish list” on social media.Valdes said. Four days ago, he released pictures of two guns referred to as “photos of my gun.”
Bouquets He bought the assault rifle immediately after his 18th birthday, May 16As reported Washington Post A person linked to the first findings of the investigation.
Waltz He said his last conversation with Ramos was two hours before filmingWhen messages are sent on Instagram’s “Stories” feature.
Waltz shared a meme, “Why is the school still open?” According to a screenshot of their exchange, Ramos responded, “Facts” and “That’s good, isn’t it?”
Waltz replied, “Itech [Ni siquiera sé] I do not go to school.
Ramos never responded or opened up to that text message, Valdes said.
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