In an interview with Dr. ABC News This week, the mother of an 18-year-old gunman who killed 21 people at an elementary school Uvalade, Texas, Said her son was “not a monster” but could be “aggressive”.
“I sometimes had an uncomfortable feeling, like ‘What are you doing?’ Adriana Reis “She could be aggressive … if she’s really crazy,” he told ABC News.
Authorities say Reyes’ son is a suspected gunman Salvador RamosThe 18-year-old bought two assault rifles in the following days and used them to shoot at the country’s second deadliest school.
The attack killed 21 people, 19 children and two teachers, according to law enforcement officials. Among the 18 injured were three law enforcement officers. Ramos’ grandmother, the first victim of the alleged gunman, is in stable condition at the hospital.
“We’re all angry that some people have it more than others,” Reiss said.
Throughout the interview, Reyes expressed sympathy for the children killed and for the parents who lost them, but said he was unaware that his son had bought a gun.
“Those kids … I have nothing to speak about,” Reyes said with tears in his eyes. “I don’t know what to say about these poor kids.”
According to Ramos’ classmates, he was known for fighting and intimidating other students. They say he has been behaving strangely for the past two years, threatening at least one classmate and chasing others and claiming to have scars on his face.
Ramos is accused of shooting his grandmother and driving Rob Primary School And fired on multiple students and teachers.
“Anyone who shoots his grandmother in the face must have a bad heart,” the Texas governor said. Greg Abbott Said Wednesday. “But shooting young children is much worse for someone.”