Salvador Ramos, shooter in Texas, was not a monster, says his mother

Adriana Reyes, the mother of the 18-year-old responsible for the shooting in an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas He pointed out that his son was not a monster, but he could be aggressive when he got angry.

The woman was interviewed by US media after her son was identified, Salvador Ramos, was the author of the massacre that claimed the lives of 19 minors and two adults. The mother of the author of the shooting apologized to the families of the victims of this attack.

As previously reported AmericanPost.News, Salvador Ramos has been fully identified as the perpetrator of this shooting by the Texas authorities. Governor Greg Abbott revealed that the young man posted about this massacre about 15 minutes before he started shooting at the school.

Salvador Ramos bought guns for the Texas shooting

The young man was carrying a rifle and a bulletproof vest at the time of the attack Biden asked to regularize the sale of weapons in the United States

The mother of the author of the shooting in Texas declared in an interview with ABC News that she was unaware that Salvador had bought firearms, since as is known, the young man recently acquired two assault rifleswhich were found at the school and in his car, once he was shot down by elements of the border police.

In addition, his classmates described him as violent as he was known for aggressive behavior and harassing other boys. It should be noted that the reasons that led Salvador Ramos to shoot at a school attended by minors of Latino origin are still not clear, however, the authorities have stressed that he acted alone.

After this incident, the president Joe Biden urged lawmakers to USA to work to tighten restrictions on the distribution of weapons in their country, since this factor is always related to student massacres committed at the hands of young people.

They propose to arm teachers after shooting in Texas

Biden asked to regularize the sale of weapons in the United States

In contrast, the Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, proposed giving teachers guns and training them to return fire in the event of a shooting inside schools. The official assured that it is impossible to have a police officer in every school in the state.

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