Salvador Ramos assassination announced on social media –
Salvador Ramos is an 18-year-old man with no criminal record and no mental health problems. He used an AR-15 rifle and the only “sign” of a massacre on the horizon was on Facebook, where he wrote, “30 minutes before I got to school: I was going to shoot my grandmother. Then he wrote: I shot my grandmother, 15 minutes before the massacre.” He added: “I’m going to shoot at an elementary school.” This was confirmed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Meta, the owner of Facebook, noted how Salvador Ramos did not use his wall, but sent the text through a personal messaging processor.
Messages sent to a woman in Germany –
Moments before the Wolde massacre, Ramos sent a series of messages to a girl in Germany announcing that “I’m going to shoot at an elementary school” and that she “shot her grandmother in the head”. News of the news has already been leaked, but CNN reveals the content of those exchanges. The girl is 15 years old, lives in Frankfurt and met the killer on May 9 through a social site. At 11.21am local time in Italy at 5.21pm, shortly before the massacre, disturbing news was sent. Samos had told the girl that the explosives had arrived in the previous days.
Phone call before the assassination: “I love you” –
The young woman said she received a phone call at about 11 a.m. local time, in which Ramos said she was in love. The “girl” was, in fact, an undercover detective mounting a sting operation. In their conversations, he continued, “He was happy and relaxed.” At one point he said he was going to see her “soon” in Frankfurt. However, other news bothered her. When he told her about the explosives, for example, it “expanded when he interacted with people.” Asked what he was going to do, he said, “Wait, it’s amazing.” In this other message, the killer wrote to her that he “threw dead cats in some houses.”
Texas attorney: “We need to arm teachers” –
Meanwhile, the debate over free access to weapons continues in the United States. While President Biden argues that it is “time to turn pain into action and action,” the Texas Attorney General raises the idea of arming Republican Ken Baxton (Trump’s ally) teachers. “We can not stop the bad guys from doing bad things, but we can arm the teachers and prepare them to respond quickly. In my opinion, that’s the best answer,” Paxton said.
Baby dies when alarm goes off –
From the investigative sources, the startling dynamics of the Wolde massacre begin to leak. Little American Joe Corsa, one of the victims of the Texas shooting, tried to call 911 (emergency number) when he saw the killer. The 10-year-old girl was the first to be shot because she saw the phone in her hand.
Killer for children: “You are all going to die” –
The gunman went inside and told the children, ‘You are going to die.’ ” “Ameri picked up her phone and called the emergency service. He shot her,” she said. Angel Garza, his father, wrote on Facebook: “Thank you for your prayers and for all the help you have given me in finding my daughter. It was discovered. My little love is now flying with the angels above. Please do not take a moment of life for granted. Embrace your family. Tell them you love them. I love you Ameri Joe. Save your little brother for me. “
One million registered weapons in the United States
In 2021 Texas had one million registered weapons, the largest number in the United States and more than Florida and Virginia, ranking second and third, respectively. The Houston Chronicle reports that Texas has the highest number of mass shootings since 2018.
A special immigration agent killed the killer –
The killer of an elementary school in Wolverhampton, Texas, was killed by an agent of the Border Patrol Tactical Division of the U.S. Border Patrol, which specializes in responding to all kinds of terrorist threats. When the alarm went off, agents and Fox reports were said to be in the area as part of an operation against illegal immigration into the United States. He immediately intervened, with minor injuries, and the agent stopped the killers.
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