Uvalade school shooter’s mother claims ‘there was a reason for what she did’
The 18-year-old mother who killed 19 children and two teachers Rob Primary School Uwalde, Texas is talking.
Adriana Reyes Martinez Revealed in multiple interviews this week revealing her knowledge of her son’s life and behavior ahead of Tuesday’s horrific school shooting in the small town of Texas.
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In one interview, with CNN, Reyes openly explained how he was shocked at the horrific tragedy. Speaking in Spanish at that national news outlet, he stunnedly stated that he had “reasons” for committing the heinous crime:
“I have nothing to say. I have no language to speak. I don’t know what he was thinking. He had reason to do what he did and please don’t judge him.”
We must assume that he does not fully understand what he is saying here, because if that is the case then what he says is absolutely horrible!
Outraged, Mao apologized for the mass shootings for himself and his son, doubling the word “he had a reason”:
“I just want innocent children to forgive me. Forgive me, forgive my son. I know he had a reason. “
When the outlet asked why the troubled teenager targeted elementary school after shooting his grandmother, Celia Martinez GonzalezAt his home before the mass attack, Reis misleadingly said it was “going near the kids.”
He then added:
“Instead of focusing on other bad things, I have no words. I don’t know.”
In the second interview with Dr. Dailymail.comThe mother added more comments about her son’s horrific actions.
Speaking from San Antonio – where he was taken to hospital where his mother, Martinez Gonzalez – was recovering from a gunshot wound to the head after being shot in the face by Ramos, Reyes told the news outlet:
“My son was not a violent person. I wonder what he did. I pray for that family. I pray for all those innocent children, yes I am. They [the children] There was no part of it. “
Earlier reports suggested that Reyes and her son may have had a “toxic” relationship, such as an outlet note, but the mother denied this in her comments to the news agency. He says:
“I had a good relationship with him. He kept it to himself. He didn’t have many friends. “
He further explained that the last time he spoke to a school shooter was last Monday, on his 18th birthday. The mother revealed that she received a gift for the occasion:
“I had a card and a Snoopy stuff animal to give him.”
In another separate interview with Dr. ABC News Correspondent Matt Guttman At his home on Thursday, Reyes added at least one eyebrow-raising comment about his son’s apparent aggression. He said:
“Sometimes I have an uncomfortable feeling, like ‘What are you doing?’ She can be aggressive … if she’s really crazy. “
Of course, the grandfather of the school shooter, Roland ReyesTalking about the horrific attack before, stood up for an interview with ABC News Wednesday, a day after the tragedy.
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In that interview, Reyes said the tragedy was “not over yet” and added that he was never aware that his grandson had bought weapons and ammunition after his 18th birthday:
“I did not know he had a weapon. If I had known, I would have reported it. “
Here is his full interview with TV News Outlet:
Our hearts continue to go to the victims of this horrible, terrible tragedy and to their loved ones.
[Image via Televisa/CNN]
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