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Primary school attacker in the USA shared the attack on his Facebook account

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It has been announced that 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, who organized an armed raid on Robb Elementary School yesterday in the US state of Texas and killed 21 people, including 19 children, shared the attack from his social media account before the attack.

At a press conference, Texas Governor Greg Abbott stated that Ramos had posted about the attack on his Facebook account about 30 minutes before the attack, and stated that he wrote “I’m going to shoot my grandma” in his first post.

Abbott later stated that Ramos shared “I shot my grandmother” and “I’m going to shoot at an elementary school”.

Andy Stone, spokesperson for Facebook’s umbrella organization Meta, said that the statements written by the attacker were “one-to-one private text messages”.

ATTACKER PURCHASE A SEMI-AUTOMATIC RIFLE ON MARCH 17

Stating that Ramos was a dropout from Uvalde High School and that the authorities have not come across a criminal history so far, McCraw stated that the attacker lived with his 66-year-old grandmother.

Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw said in a statement that Ramos purchased a semi-automatic rifle from a local sporting goods store on March 17, followed by 375 bullets for the rifle in question on March 18. He stated that he bought another semi -automatic rifle from the store.

RAMOS’ GRAND GRAND IS ALIVE, BUT IN CRITICAL CONDITION

McCraw stated that his 66-year-old grandmother, who was shot by Ramos before the primary school attack, is alive, but his health is critical. McCraw said that after her grandmother was attacked, she ran to a neighbor across the street asking for help and reported Ramos to the police.

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