Texas school shooter left his ex-girlfriend ‘scared for her life’ when he flew into ‘super violent’ rages and former coworker reveals he harassed her and other women online -Daily Mail
Keanna Baxter, 17, told the San Antonio Express-News that her ex-friend dated Salvador Ramos, 18, and that he would fly into terrifying violent rages. Crystal Foutz, Ramos’ classmate at Uvalde High School, also said Ramos was aggressive online towards women.
Former classmates have shed more light on the violent past of 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, particularly towards women. They shared how he would try and fight anyone who refused him.
Ramos killed 19 people in the second deadliest school shooting in American history before being shot dead by a border patrol officer. He bragged about his weapons on social media and made threats against women.
Ramos killed 19 children and two adults at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
Baxter said many people assumed Ramos would commit a mass shooting at their high school, but said she didn’t know how it could have happened.
Ramos had been bullied for a stutter and lisp, but began to change in the eighth grade, dressing in all black and donning large military boots. He got into multiple fist fights and increasingly played truant.
Ramos was working at a Wendy’s and hardly in attendance at school during the last few months of his life. He was said to have egged people’s cars and taken things too far with friends.
Ramos’ co-workers described him as ‘quiet’ and ‘anti-social’, and said he sent inappropriate texts to female employees and would fight people with boxing gloves at a local park.
Ramos messaged a woman in Los Angeles on May 12 and said he would tell her a secret in an hour. She replied that it was scary and asked if he could repost his gun pictures.
The shooting started around 11:32am. The woman tagged in the post said she didn’t know the man and that she wished she had stayed awake to at least try to convince him to not commit his crime.
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