Texas school shooting: Everything we know about ‘bullied’ teens who killed 21 in massacre

Details about Salvador Ramos include being bullied at school, being “rude” to colleagues at a fast-food restaurant and being given guns for his 18th birthday

Salvador Ramos, 18, was seen at Robb Elementary School where he carried out the shooting
Salvador Ramos, 18, was filmed during filming at Robb Elementary School

Texas gunman Salvador Ramos has been called “rude” by former colleagues at the Wendy’s restaurant where he worked, while a former classmate claimed he was bullied at school.

Details are emerging about the 18-year-old man who murdered at least 19 children and two teachers Tuesday after storming into a Texas elementary school.

Ramos, who entered Robb Primary School in Uvalde in military fatigues, was killed by police the same day.

Earlier, at home, he shot and injured his grandmother, who is now in critical condition in hospital.

A former classmate of the shooter, who asked not to be named, said he’s quite “close” to Ramos and plays Xbox with him.

A school friend of Ramos’s claimed he was “bullied”.


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He claimed that Ramos was bullied at school because of the clothes he wore and this caused him to miss classes.

The classmate told it CNN : “He would like not to go to school … and he just dropped out so slowly. He barely came to school.”

The friend said they started seeing less of each other, only occasionally checking in on Xbox messages.

Ramos later reportedly took a job at a Wendy’s restaurant in Uvalde, and the manager said he worked there for a year and retired before quitting last month.

A manager at Wendy’s, Adrian Mendes, told the New York Times that he “did everything to keep to himself” and said he wasn’t being friendly.

Pointing to two workers, they told the newspaper: “You know how my boys talk to each other and are friendly? He wasn’t like that. Nobody really knew him.”

His manager at a Wendy’s restaurant claimed Ramos was not very sociable


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Mr Mendes then told CNN that Ramos “mostly kept to himself. He felt like the quiet guy who doesn’t say much. He didn’t really socialize with the other employees.

“He was just working, getting paid and coming in to get his check.”

Then, just four days ago, Ramos sent the friend he was hanging out and playing Xbox with a picture of his gun and a backpack full of 5.56 rounds.

“[He had] probably like seven [magazines]”, he said. “I was like, ‘Bro, why did you do that?’ and he said, ‘Don’t worry’.”

Ramos, from North Dakota, who recently moved to Texas, recently received two guns for his 18th birthday, the reported Daily Beast.

Ramos recently received guns for his 18th birthday



The shooter posted many pictures of the guns on social media



State Senator Roland Gutierrez also said the shooter’s social media was full of pictures of his new guns and in one of the pictures he tagged a woman he didn’t know and told her he had a “secret”.

The woman later wrote on her Instagram stories that she had no idea who Ramos was and was worried about the gun post.

“He’s a stranger, I don’t know anything about him. He decided to tag me at his gun post. I’m so sorry for the victims and their families, I really don’t know what to say,” she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram story.

“The only reason I answered him was because I was scared of him. I wish I’d stayed awake to at least try to convince him not to commit his crime. I did not know it.”

Ramos’ own Instagram account has now been removed from the platform.

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