Texas School Shooter’s Chilling Private Messages From Moments Before Tragic Massacre Revealed

UVALDE, TX- On May 25, 2022, Texas Governor Greg Abbott told the press that the 18-year-old school shooter had forewarned the shooting 15 minutes before the massacre on his Facebook.

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Meta’s communication director confirmed that the shooter used Facebook to warn the population about the massacre he carried out at Robb Elementary School. “I’m going to shoot my grandmother.”
Ramos later shared a message stating, “I shot my grandmother.”

In his last message, shared 15 minutes before the massacre, Ramos shared, “I’m going to shoot an elementary school.”

In the press conference, Governor Abbott stated the messages above were shared on FB, and that notion started to get repeated on social media by different reporters.

Brandon Wall of Buzzfeed was among those who shared the messages, and Andy Stone, Meta’s communications director, said that the writings were in private messages.

“The messages Gov. Abbott described were private one-to-one text messages that were discovered after the terrible tragedy occurred. We are closely cooperating with law enforcement in their ongoing investigation.”

The officials who raised their voices on this case said that the shooter had undiagnosed mental health problems.

But, this is only speculation.

The shooter, at the age of 18, didn’t have a criminal history or reported mental health issues. Ramos got his first firearm on May 17 from an FFL based out of Uvalde, and later, he bought 375 rounds of ammunition the next day. On May 20, Ramos bought his second firearm.

On May 20, the Instagram account authorities said that the shooter shared a photo of both firearms and tagged another account with over 10K followers. Ramos also asked the woman to share the image with her followers.

The account replied, “I barely know you, and u tag me in a picture with some guns.” Ramos replied, “I’m about to.”

Authorities investigate other social media accounts that could be potentially connected to Ramos, including TikTok. His profile reads, ‘’Kids be scared, IRL.’’

Rolando Reyes, Ramos’ grandfather, talked to ABC News and said that it was evident that his grandson bought both of the firearms. Reyes is a convicted felon, and he can’t have a weapon in his home.

Reyes confessed that his grandson had some argument with Ramos’ grandmother about a phone bill, but nothing more serious that would force him to shoot his grandmother.

When the event happened, when Ramos shot his grandmother, Reyes wasn’t home, but the neighbor told him what happened. By the time he arrived home, Ramos was gone.

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