The gunman’s cousin revealed that he had asked for information about the school for a week

Stunning new details about some of the major red flags about the Texas gunman have been released Salvador RamosA

A family member of the teenager revealed that the teenager had asked her young child for information about the school that was attacked just a week before the massacre. Talking to Dailymail.com, Shelby Celeste Salazar She said her son was a student Rob Primary School In Uvalade, Texas, where his 18-year-old cousin shot and killed 19 children and two teachers on Tuesday. And just days before the horrific mass shooting, he claimed that Salvador pressured the child for details about his school, specifically asking where he went, when students usually go for lunch, as well as his grades. The mother of four says:

“It simply came to our notice then. They are second cousins. “

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But a week after a conversation with Salazar’s son, Salvador shot his grandmother Celia Gonzalez Before the young boy went to school with an AR-15 assault rifle and killed 21 people in their home. Her son was in class but was unharmed during the teen’s attack. Salazar told the outlet that she had no idea if the gunman targeted her son or deliberately avoided going to his classroom, saying:

“No one knows why she did it. That’s the truth. No one can say what she thinks or how she feels, even if she knew we needed to shoot our grandmother and those innocent children.”

But according to Salazar, Salvador has changed in recent months after his mother Adriana Reis He kicked her out of the house. He explained:

“Before that he would joke and laugh, and then he was calm. He did not talk much, and did not achieve anything, just silence. He has reduced contact with us.

In the end, he revealed that he did not “understand” why his cousin would attack a school and even their own grandmother:

“I don’t know why he would target an elementary school. I mean, he doesn’t know how to drive, so I don’t really know. I’m totally at a loss for words. He knew my kid had gone to school there. I do not understand it. So I’m at a loss for words. I just watched the news with a text message and started to panic. If she could do that to my grandmother, I don’t know how I would feel about the school thing, knowing my child went to school there. I was shocked that my son and he were so close. I didn’t think much of it when they were talking about school and its grades and lunch. I mean, you wouldn’t assume anyone would do that, you know? “

That’s great.

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