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Teacher shot three times in Texas school massacre calls cops 'cowards' for not intervening sooner and reveals he only survived by playing dead for an hour after gunman killed all 11 of his students

Harrowing footage emerges of desperate parents being restrained by cops while school shooter was inside locked classroom with their kids for up to ONE HOUR while SWAT team searched for key

Fourth-grade teacher Arnulfo Reyes (pictured speaking to ABC News) was wounded in the shooting on May 24, which saw 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos kill all 11 of his students at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas

A hero teacher who was shot three times in the Texas elementary school massacre has branded cops 'cowards' for taking so long to raid the building.

Arnulfo Reyes said he will 'never forgive' the police for 'sitting there and doing nothing for our community' during the deadly attack.

During an emotional interview, he also revealed the only reason he survived was because he played dead for over an hour while the gunman was on the loose.

Reyes bore witness to the horror as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos gunned down 19 students and two teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde on May 24.

All 11 of the pupils in his class in Room 111 were murdered by the twisted killer, who was finally later shot dead by cops after the rampage.

It comes amid a spate of mass shootings across the US in recent weeks, with the nation reeling from horrific killings in Buffalo, Tulsa, Philadelphia and California.

The continued violence has stiffened calls from much of the Left and some on the Right for tighter gun laws to be enforced nationally.

Fourth-grade teacher Arnulfo Reyes (pictured speaking to ABC News) was wounded in the shooting on May 24, which saw 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos kill all 11 of his students at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas

Fourth-grade teacher Arnulfo Reyes (pictured speaking to ABC News) was wounded in the shooting on May 24, which saw 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos kill all 11 of his students at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas

All 11 of Reyes' students at Robb Elementary school were killed in the school massacre on May 24

Reyes, who is a fourth-grade teacher, gave a heartbreaking interview from his hospital bed as he recovered from gunshot wounds to the arm, lung and back.

He told ABC News: 'I feel so bad for the parents because they lost a child. But they lost one child. I lost 11 that day, all at one time.'

Reyes also revealed he was watching the animated The Addams Family movie with his students when he heard the first shots ringing out through the school.

He said: 'The kids started asking out loud, 'Mr. Reyes, what is going on,' and I said 'I don't know what's going on but let's go ahead and get under the table… get under the table and act like you're asleep.'

He explained that under the school's protocols for school shootings, they train the students to sit under their desks as he described failures in the school's emergency protocols.

Salvador Ramos, 18, killed 19 students and two teachers - and wounded 17 others - at Robb Elementary School in the Texas city during the May 24 rampage

Salvador Ramos, 18, killed 19 students and two teachers - and wounded 17 others - at Robb Elementary School in the Texas city during the May 24 rampage

'No training would ever prepare anybody for this,' he said. 'It all happened too fast. Training, no training, all kinds of training - nothing gets you ready for this.

'We trained our kids to sot under the table and that's what I thought of at the time,' Reyes continues. 'But we set them up to be like ducks.' 

The 17-year veteran teacher said as he went to huddle under a table with the children, he turned around to see Ramos standing there - who then let off a burst of fire into the classroom, striking Reyes three times before he went on to shoot all of his students as cops stood back for more than an hour.

'They're cowards,' Reyes said of the officers on the scene. 'They sit there and did nothing for our community. They took a long time to go in.

'I will never forgive them.' 

His account offered some of the most vivid details that have been revealed so far of the horrific shooting, as he described multiple encounters with Ramos.

Reyes was with his students in Room 111, one of the adjoining classrooms where the teenage shooter carried out the massacre.

The teacher said after he was injured and incapacitated, Ramos turned his AR-15 style rifle on his young students, most of them in their third and fourth grades.

He told ABC that while seriously injured, he followed his own advice and decided to pretend to be unconscious on the ground, as Ramos continued to fire - shooting him again, this time piercing his back and lung.   

While laying on the ground severely injured, the teacher said he heard Ramos going from classroom to classroom, opening fire and continuing his spree.

During that time he said he heard police officers outside his classroom, and a student in the classroom next door - room 112 - calling out for help.

However, he said he thinks the police had left by that time, moving on down the corridor and so he didn't hear the cries for help, while Ramos hid behind Reyes' desk.

'One of the students from the next-door classroom was saying, 'Officer, we're in here. We're in here.' But they had already left,' Reyes said. 

After that, Reyes said the shooter then got up from behind his desk and went back into room 112, and continued his rampage. 

Reyes slammed the police response to the school shooting at Robb Elementary School, where officers stayed back for more than an hour
Reyes slammed the police response to the school shooting at Robb Elementary School, where officers stayed back for more than an hour
Outside, parents begged police to get involved. A woman is seen here crying as she left the Uvalde Civic Center on May 24
Outside, parents begged police to get involved. A woman is seen here crying as she left the Uvalde Civic Center on May 24
Officers did not respond to the scene for more than an hour after Uvalde Schools Police Chief Pete Arrendondo changed the status from an active shooter to a barricaded suspect situation

Officers did not respond to the scene for more than an hour after Uvalde Schools Police Chief Pete Arrendondo changed the status from an active shooter to a barricaded suspect situation

Reyes said he has previously raised concerns about the back door near his classroom not locking during previous active shooter trainings

Reyes said he has previously raised concerns about the back door near his classroom not locking during previous active shooter trainings

Reyes previously posted about how he is healing, and thanked everyone for their support

Reyes previously posted about how he is healing, and thanked everyone for their support

Officers eventually returned to Reyes' classroom for a second time, where he said he heard them pleading with Ramos to come out. They told him they just wanted to speak with him, and that they were not going to hurt him, the teacher told ABC.

There was silence, he said, before cops finally breached the door and shot Ramos dead. By then, Reyes' 11 students had already been killed.

Reyes also described in his interview how the school failed to properly prepare for such a shooting, despite holding active shooter drills - including one just weeks before Ramos opened fire.

During those trainings, he said he noticed the outside door nearest his classroom would not lock.

'When that would happen, I would tell my principal, 'Hey, I'm going to get in trouble again, they're going to come and tell you that I left my door unlocked, which I didn't.' 'But the latch was stuck,' Reyes said. 

Now, as he recovers from his gunshot wounds at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, Reyes is calling for more gun control, telling ABC News: 'If you want to buy a gun, you want to own a gun, that's fine.

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Death toll in Texas elementary school shooting rises to NINETEEN students and two teachers: CBP agent rushed into building with tactical team and shot barricaded gunman, 18, dead

One video at the scene appears to show Ramos approach the school while what sounds like gunfire is going off in the background. Police exchanged gunfire with Ramos but were unable to stop him from storming the school

PICTURED: The 19 children and two teachers butchered by 18-year-old gunman Salvador Ramos in Texas

Amerie Jo Garza, 10

Amerie Jo Garza, a fourth grader at Robb Elementary, was one of 19 students confirmed to be killed Tuesday morning by Ramos, who cops say was carrying a handgun and an AR-15 during the attack that also killed two teachers in the classroom.

Her grandmother, Berlinda Irene Arreola, said the 10-year-old was killed as she tried to phone 911 while sitting next to her best friend, who ended up 'covered in her blood.'

Uziyah Garcia, 8

Uziyah Garcia, the youngest victim at age eight, was also killed in the attack.

The child's family announced he was killed hours after announcing he was among the many children unaccounted for following the tragedy.

The boy's grandfather, Manny Renfro, broke the news early Wednesday after being notified by authorities.

'[He was] the sweetest little boy that I've ever known,' Renfro said. 'I'm not just saying that because he was my grandkid.'

Makenna Elrod, 10

Makenna Elrod, 10, had also been among the missing in the chaos that followed the massacre, with her father, Brandon Elrod telling reporters at the time he feared 'she may not be alive.'

Her death was eventually confirmed by a family friend on Wednesday. 'It's pretty sad what this world's coming to,' the girl's father told local outlet KTRK after the shooting.

A mother of one of Makenna's friends lamented the loss in a post to Facebook. 

'Sweet Makenna Rest in Paradise!! My heart is shattered as my daughter Chloe loved her so much!!' the mom wrote. A relative Wednesday confirmed that the girl had been among the victims.

Xavier Lopez, 10

Xavier Lopez, 10, was the first student victim to be identified as one of Ramos' victims.

The child's mother, Felicha Martinez, told the Washington Post Tuesday that just hours before the massacre, the mom had been at the school to see her son participate an honor roll ceremony. 

She took a picture showing her son showing off his certificate.

In the last exchange she had with the child, the mom heartbreakingly told the boy that she was proud of him and that she loved him, giving him a hug goodbye - not knowing it would be the last time she would see him alive.

'He was funny, never serious and his smile… that smile I will never forget,' she recalled after learning of his death from police. 'It would always cheer anyone up.'

Eliahana Torres, 10

Eliahana Cruz Torres, 10, had also been missing for hours until she was confirmed to be among the dead.

Adolfo Cruz, her great-grandfather, said she didn't want to attend school the day of the shooting - but was told by her family that she had to attend.

He said he remained outside the school gates throughout the night until he leanrned of her fate from local authorities.

'I hope she is alive,' he said at the time. 

Torres was an avid baseball player and played the sport in a local little league. 

Ellie Lugo, 10

Ellie Lugo was named as a victim of Tuesday's attack by her parents, with Steven Garcia and Jennifer Lugo confirming her death several hours after she was listed among the missing. 

'It's hard to issue out a statement on anything right now my mind is going at 1000 miles per hour… but I do wanna send our thoughts and prayers to those who also didn't make it home tonight!!! Our Ellie was a doll and was the happiest ever,' Steven Lugo said Wednesday.

'Mom and Dad love you never forget that and please try and stay by our side.'  

Nevaeh Bravo

Nevaeh Bravo was confirmed to be among the dead late Tuesday, after her cousin posted on social media following the shooting to ask for helping the girl. 

Around 9 pm, she broke the news on Twitter.

'Unfortunately my beautiful Nevaeh was one of the many victims from todays tragedy,' she wrote.

Sje said the schoolchild was 'flying high' and asked for the family to be kept in people's prayers  

'Our Nevaeh has been found. She is flying with the angels above. We love you Navaeh very much princess.'

'Thank you for the support and help,' she wrote. 'Rest in peace my sweet girl, you didn't deserve this.'

Bravo's age could not immediately be confirmed.  

Tess Marie Mata

Tess Marie Mata was also among those to perish in the attack, her sister, Faith Mata, revealed in a post to Facebook Wednesday.

'I honestly have no words just sadness, confusion, and anger,' she wrote.

'I'm sad because we will never get to tag team on mom and dad again and tell each other how much we mean to each other, I'm confused because how can something like this happen to my sweet, caring, and beautiful sister, and I'm angry because a coward took you from us.'

Rojelio Torres, 10

Rojelio Torres, 10, was initially reported missing by his father, but on Wednesday was confirmed dead by his family.

A person who said she was the boy's cousin wrote on Twitter: 'It breaks my heart to say my rojelio is now with the angels I'll forever miss you and love you my angel.'

The child's father , Federico Torres, told Houston reporters that he was at work when he learned about the shooting and immediately raced to the school.

'They sent us to the hospital, to the civic center, to the hospital and here again, nothing, not even in San Antonio,' he said. 'They don't tell us anything, only a photo, wait, hope that everything is well.'

Jayce Carmelo Luevanos, 10

Jayce Luevanos, 10, died in the shooting along with his ten-year-old cousin, Jailah, the child's mother said Wednesday.

In a Facebook post, uncle Unberto Gonzalez shared photos of both kids while offering a touching tribute.

'My babies going to miss them like crazy!!!,' Gonzalez wrote. 'We luv y'all so much!!! I'm just lost right now!!! Fly high my beautiful Angels!!'

Jailah Nicole Silguero, 10

Ten-year-old Jailah Nicole Silguero was also killed in the shooting, her mother, Veronica Luevanos, tearfully revealed to Univision Wednesday.

She also lost her 10-year-old nephew Jayce to the tragedy.

She said Jailah loved to dance and film videos on TikTok.

The child reportedly also asked her mom the morning of the shooting if she could stay home from school - a request the now mourning mom rebuffed. 

'I took her to school, but she didn't want to go. She told her father, 'Can I stay home?'' Luevanos said, noting that it was not a common occurrence for her daughter to make such a request. 

'I think she knew something would happen.'

 

Alithia Ramirez, 10

 Fourth grader Alithia Ramirez was confirmed dead early Wednesday by her father, Ryan Ramirez, who shared a post to Facebook showing the 10-year-old with angel's wings. He had used the same photo the previous day as he pleaded for help finding her after the massacre

He had heartbreakingly used the same photo the previous day as he desperately pleaded for help finding her after the massacre.

'Trying to find my daughter Alithia. I called all the hospitals and nothing,' he wrote at the time.

He also reporters during his frantic search, 'I'm trying to find out where my baby's at.' 

 

Annabell Guadalupe Rodriguez, 10

Annabell Guadalupe Rodriguez, 10, was another killed by Ramos Tuesday - along with her cousin, who has yet to be identified.

Annabell's father spent the afternoon after the shooting in frantic search for his daughter. 

Speaking to KHOU11 Tuesday, he lamented at how he was at a loss as to what do, having little success with the search.

'They're not letting us in at the hospital right now so we don't know where to go.'

 She has since been declared to be among the dead.

 

Miranda Mathis, 11

Miranda Mathis, 11,  was also confirmed as another casualty from the mass shooting early Wednesday, in a Facebook post by an older cousin who earlier that day had posted a desperate plea for help in locating the child.

'My sweet baby cousin we loved u dearly,' Deanna Miller wrote alongside a photo of the child with angel wings.

'I'm so sorry this happen to u baby please keep my family in your prayers,' she grieved.

Miller's kids had also been at the school at the time of the shooting, but survived the attack.

One of her sons told her that they were ushered out of a window by staffers during the attack and subsequently ran to a nearby funeral home after 'he heard the shooter say he was gonna kill all the kids.'

 

Alexandria 'Lexi' Aniyah Rubio, 10

Alexandria Aniyah Rubio - who was better known to friends as 'Lexi' - was confirmed dead just before midnight on Tuesday.

The ten-year-old was shot dead just hours after posing for a photo with her parents at the school's honor roll ceremony.

Kimberly Mata-Rubio, the girl's mother, wrote of the loss: 'My beautiful, smart, Alexandria Aniyah Rubio was recognized today for All-A honor roll. She also received the good citizen award. We told her we loved her and would pick her up after school. We had no idea this was goodbye.' 

 

Maite Yuleana

Maite Yuleana was another student to die in the attack that had attended the honor roll ceremony just hours before.

A cousin of the girl's mother, Ana Rodriguez, announced the loss Wednesday. 

'It is with a heavy heart I come on here on behalf of my cousin Ana who lost her sweet baby girl in yesterday's senseless shooting.  

'We are deeply saddened by the lose [sic] of this sweet smart little girl…. God bless and may she R.I.P Maite Rodriguez we love you.'

 

Jose Flores Jr, 10

Jose Flores, 10, was also killed in the shooting after attending the honor roll ceremony, where he was pictured triumphantly clutching a certificate celebrating the accomplishment.

Uncle Christopher Salazar confirmed to the Washington Post Wednesday that his 10-year-old nephew was among the dead, after sharing a tribute to the child on Facebook.

'I love you and I miss you,' Salazar wrote in the post.  

The boy's father described Jose to CNN as an amazing boy and big brother to his two younger siblings.

'He was always fill of energy,' Jose Flores Sr. said. 'Ready to play till the night.'

He said the boy loved playing baseball and video games.

 

Irma Garcia, 46 - fourth grade teacher

Irma Garcia, who co-taught with Mireles for the last five year, had been at Robb Elementary for 23 years. 

Married to Joe for 24 years, she was a mother of four - Cristian, completing Marine boot camp; Jose, attending Texas State university University; Lyliana, a sophomore in high school; and Alysandra, a 7th grader. 

'My tia did not make it, she sacrificed herself protecting the kids in her classroom, i beg of you to keep my family including all of her family in y'all's prayers , IRMA GARCIA IS HER NAME and she died a HERO,' tweeted her nephew John. 

'She was loved by many and will truly be missed.'

She was nominated as teacher of the year for the 2018-19 awards, organized by Trinity University. 

 

Eva Mireles, 44 - fourth grade teacher

Eva Mireles, a fourth grade teacher, was identified by her family as being one of the staff members shot dead. She had worked in education for 17 years. 

Her husband Ruben Ruiz, a veteran detective and SWAT team member currently serving as a police officer with the school district, held regular active shooter drills for the schools - most recently at the end of March. 

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Salvador Ramos, 18, shot his grandmother before going to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde; engaging border patrol agents nearby in a shootout; and then barricading himself inside the school, killing 14 students and a teacher

Uvalde School Shooting (Dario Lopez-Mills-AP)Uvalde School Shooting (Dario Lopez-Mills-AP)

At least 14 students and one teacher are dead after an active shooter opened fire in an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said. Shortly after 12 p.m. local time, an active shooter opened fire inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, about 84 miles outside of San Antonio, school officials said. Police said the suspected shooter is also dead

The gunman, identified as Salvador Ramos, was shot and killed by law enforcement officers, Daily Mail reports.

Officials at Uvalde Memorial Hospital said they received more than a dozen children for treatment following the incident. Two children were transferred to another hospital in San Antonio and another is pending transfer. A second hospital, University Health, said it received two patients — one child and one adult.

Hospital officials also said that two individuals arrived deceased. It was not immediately clear if the deceased were students or staff of the elementary school.

He worked at Wendy's, where staff remembered him as quiet.

Ramos's young victims were aged between seven and 11, CNN's Ed Lavandera reported.  

On Tuesday night their names were beginning to be confirmed by family members.

Salvador Ramos, 18, from Uvalde, Texas, drove to the Robb Elementary School after shooting his grandmother

Salvador Ramos, 18, from Uvalde, Texas, drove to the Robb Elementary School after shooting his grandmother

Police are seen outside the home of Salvador Ramos in Ulvade, Texas, on Tuesday

Police are seen outside the home of Salvador Ramos in Ulvade, Texas, on Tuesday

Ramos's home in Uvalde is seen on Tuesday as police try to fathom a motive for the shooting

Ramos's home in Uvalde is seen on Tuesday as police try to fathom a motive for the shooting

Children confirmed dead by family members included 10-year-olds Xavier Lopez, Eliahana Torres, and Makenna Elrod, and eight-year-old Uziyah Garcia.

'My nephew was a victim of a school shooting today,' Mitch Renfro wrote on Facebook, confirming Garcia's death. 

'An 8-year-old was killed by a crazy man.'

The missing included Rogelio Torres and Nevaeh Bravo.

The father of 10-year-old Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez said that she was also still missing.

'He shot and killed - horrifically and incomprehensibly - 14 students and killed a teacher,' Abbott said at a press briefing. The death toll was later revised to 19 children.

'There are families that are in mourning right now. And the state of Texas is in mourning with them.' 

It was the deadliest such incident since 14 high school students and three adult staff were killed in Parkland, Florida in 2018 - and the worst at an elementary school since the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting in Connecticut, in which 20 children and six staff were killed. 

'The idea that an 18-year-old kid can walk into a gun store and buy two assault weapons is just wrong,' said Joe Biden, addressing the country from the White House on Tuesday night.

'As a nation, we have to ask: When in God's name will we stand up to the gun lobby?' 

He added: 'Why are we willing to live with this carnage? Why do we keep on letting this happen? Where in God's name is our backbone?'  

The family of Uziyah Garcia, 8, said he was killed in the shooting hours after announcing he was among the missing
Makenna Lee Elrod, 10, was confirmed dead by a family friend late Tuesday night

Uziyah Garcia, 8, (left) and Makenna Elrod, 10, (right) were both confirmed dead by loved ones on Facebook

Fourth grade student Xavier Lopez, 10, was killed on Tuesday. His mother had attended his awards ceremony just hours before the shooting, unaware that would be the last time she saw him

Fourth grade student Xavier Lopez, 10, was killed on Tuesday. His mother had attended his awards ceremony just hours before the shooting, unaware that would be the last time she saw him

Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez's father said the 10-year-old was still unaccounted for

Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez's father said the 10-year-old was still unaccounted for

Irma Garcia, a fourth grade teacher and 23-year veteran of Robb Elementary, was killed on Tuesday
Eva Mireles, who for five years was the co-teacher with Irma Garcia, was one of two teachers shot and killed at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday

Irma Garcia (left) and Eva Mireles (right), who co-taught fourth grade, were both shot and killed at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday

Ramos shared photos on social media of guns. His account was taken down shortly after Governor Greg Abbott confirmed his name

Ramos shared photos on social media of guns. His account was taken down shortly after Governor Greg Abbott confirmed his name

Ramos shared a photo on Instagram of him holding the magazine of a rifle

Ramos shared a photo on Instagram of him holding the magazine of a rifle

Mireles, a fourth grade teacher, was identified by her family as being one of the staff members shot dead. She had worked in education for 17 years. 

Eva Mireles was shot and killed by Salvador Ramos on Tuesday while at the school where she taught in Uvalde

Eva Mireles was shot and killed by Salvador Ramos on Tuesday while at the school where she taught in Uvalde

Her husband Ruben Ruiz, a veteran detective and SWAT team member currently serving as a police officer with the school district, held regular active shooter drills for the schools - most recently at the end of March.

Garcia, who co-taught with Mireles for the last five year, had been at Robb Elementary for 23 years. 

Married to Joe for 24 years, she was a mother of four - Cristian, completing Marine boot camp; Jose, attending Texas State university University; Lyliana, a sophomore in high school; and Alysandra, a 7th grader. 

'My tia did not make it, she sacrificed herself protecting the kids in her classroom, i beg of you to keep my family including all of her family in y’all’s prayers , IRMA GARCIA IS HER NAME and she died a HERO,' tweeted her nephew John. 

'She was loved by many and will truly be missed.'

She was nominated as teacher of the year for the 2018-19 awards, organized by Trinity University. 

'Let me assure you, the intruder is deceased,' said Pete Arredondo, chief of the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Police Department. 

'We are not looking for another individual in relation to this case.'

Ramos's social media was full of photos of guns, which he bought legally on his 18th birthday, state senator Roland Gutierrez said.  

Gutierrez said that Ramos was born in North Dakota but lived in Uvalde. 

Ramos messaged a woman he knew on Instagram, tagging her in a photo of the guns.

'You gonna repost my gun pics,' @sal8dor_ direct messaged the girl on May 12.

'what your guns gotta do with me,' she replied on Friday.

'Just wanted to tag you,' he said back.

Then at 5:43am on Tuesday, @salv8dor_ messaged her and said: 'I'm about to'.

The girl asked 'about to what' to which he answered: 'I'll tell you before 11.'

He said he'd text her in an hour and urged her to respond.

'I got a lil secret I wanna tell u,' he messaged with a smiley face emoji covering its mouth.

'Be grateful I tagged you,' he wrote. 

She replied: 'No it's just scary,' adding: 'I barely know you and you tag me in a picture with some guns?'

His last message at 9:16am on Tuesday was 'Ima air out'.

The shooting started around 11:32am. 

The woman reacted with horror when she learnt what he had done.

'He's a stranger I know nothing about him he decided to tag me in his gun post,' she wrote.

'I'm so sorry for the victims and their families I really don't know what to say.'

She then added: 'The only reason I responded to him was because I was afraid of him I wish I stayed awake to at least try to convince him to not commit his crime. I didn't know.'

When an Instagram user asked if she was his girlfriend, she replied: 'I don't know him and I don't even live in Texas.'

Robb Elementary School, which has 600 students enrolled, is located in the city of Uvalde, hometown of Matthew McConaughey, 60 miles east of the Mexican border and 80 miles west of San Antonio. 

A school friend of Ramos's said that he sent him the photos of his guns too.

'He would message me here and there, and four days ago he sent me a picture of the AR he was using … and a backpack full of 5.56 rounds, probably like seven mags,' the friend told CNN.

'I was like, 'bro, why do you have this?' and he was like, 'Don't worry about it.'

'He proceeded to text me, 'I look very different now. You wouldn't recognize me,' he added.

The friend said Ramos was mocked by others for the clothes he wore and his family's financial situation, and eventually was seen less in class.

He largely dropped out, and took the job at Wendy's, where co-workers remember him as quiet.

Adrian Mendes, evening manager at the Wendy's, said Ramos 'kept to himself mostly.'

'He felt like the quiet type, the one who doesn't say much. He didn't really socialize with the other employees,' Mendes told CNN.

'He just worked, got paid, and came in to get his check.'

Mendes said that he did not know Ramos well - he was already employed when Mendes began in February - and didn't see him most of the time because they were on different shifts. 

Ramos worked from 11am to 4pm or 5pm, five days a week.

One video at the scene appears to show the suspected gunman, named by Governor Greg Abbott as Salvador Ramos, approach the school while what sounds like gunfire is going off in the background

One video at the scene appears to show the suspected gunman, named by Governor Greg Abbott as Salvador Ramos, approach the school while what sounds like gunfire is going off in the background

Photos show a pickup truck that crashed outside the school, which, according to Abbott, Ramos abandoned before entering the school. 

He was involved in a gunfight with border patrol agents who arrived on the scene. One of the agents was injured, but is expected to survive. 

Biden, who flew home from Japan on Tuesday, addressed the nation from the Roosevelt Room of the White House at 8:45pm. Air Force One landed just before 7pm. 

'I had hoped, when I became president, I would not have to do this. Again. Another massacre,' a visibly emotional Biden said.

Speaking from the White House Roosevelt Room with First Lady Jill Biden clad in black by his side, the president said: 'Uvalde, Texas. An elementary school. Beautiful innocent, second, third, fourth graders. And how many scores of little children who witnessed what happen - see their friends die as if they're on a battlefield, for God's sake?'

He took a moment to empathize with parents who would never see their young children again after Tuesday.

'Parents will never be the same. To lose a child, it's like having a piece of your soul ripped away,' said the president, who lost his son Beau Biden to brain cancer in 2015.

'There's a hollowness in your chest you feel like you're being sucked into it. And never going to be able to get out. Suffocating. And it's never quite the same. It's the feeling shared by the siblings and the grandparents and the family members and the community that's left behind.' 

He lamented there were 'so many crush spirits' left to mourn the more than dozen victims.

'So tonight, I asked the nation to pray for them. Give the parents and siblings the strength in the darkness they feel right now.'

President Joe Biden gave a short but impassioned speech less than two hours after returning from a trip to Asia

President Joe Biden gave a short but impassioned speech less than two hours after returning from a trip to Asia

Biden delivered the remarks in the White House Roosevelt Room with a silent and solemn First Lady Dr. Jill Biden by his side

Biden delivered the remarks in the White House Roosevelt Room with a silent and solemn First Lady Dr. Jill Biden by his side

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Comment by mr1stroke on June 8, 2022 at 11:44am

I do agree with the age limit, 21 make sense if you live alone has a family or on your own, if you live with parents you should not on a gun since youre not responsible enough to be on your own.

But its sad how people are so dumb listening and repeating after that dumb president and those idiot politicians. Let see the gun laws are already there, other the age what else is Biden willing to add, do any one question that, he is talking about strict back ground, how strict do you want it, a back ground is a back ground check, if you purchase a weapon online at any auction you cannot bid unless you provide the gym, if you don't and you bid you can lose that money because it will not be sent directly to you unless you are a dealer or have a class 3 gun license.

I went to a conference at myrtle beach I visited a gun shop in South Carolina I saw an Ar style 12 gage in order to buy it he had to either ship it to my gym or transfer it him self, so I waited while he took 30 minutes on the phone with the Atf before clearance, than I had to pick it up when ready to leave town with the paper works and inform the authority that I had it, the memos were on my carrying bag and they had to take the weapon.

Those who keep repeating and listening to those politicians are ignorant to gun laws, they have no idea whats in those bills.

For those who lives in community like Brooklyn how do these laws going to help you no matter to much they add, those laws are not for illegal guns because the guns in you community are already illegal, yesterday alone they busted a dude from Brooklyn with 42 guns purchased from NC, these laws dont have anything to do with you but to confuse you and also make white people comfortable, no matter what laws they pass those in the white community will always have access to legal fire arm, that's why an 18 year old can legally buy a gun and a father in Brooklyn cannot legally own a knife to protect his family.

You keep being dumb and blame it on white people, for those dummies who claim these crimes don't have anything to do with politics I can't tell you have been on government hand outs, and know nothing about politics, if those crimes don't have anything to do with politics why are those politicians are so involve to s*** up the people? Stop being dumb making poor political decisions and do what white people do, isn't it ironic how the white democrat community is so different from the black community, why don't the intelligent slave negros explain why to the rest of us?

Comment by Al3x on June 8, 2022 at 6:32am
Although innocent lives were lost, this crime was obviously orchestrated by the powers that be including Biden.

And Look how quickly they got over the death of the black people that died in upstate NY the week before by a white dude.
Comment by vaughn mitchell on June 7, 2022 at 4:47pm
I can't even look at their faces,it's so f****** sad, damn sad seeing this. Sometimes I feel this is not real this did not happen, what kind of devil does this. Until they ban assault weapons, and raise the age to own a gun, doing serious background checks, and a mental evaluation, you cannot own a gun.
Comment by Willie Ward on June 7, 2022 at 3:52pm
Speak that truth...
Comment by Asdjasihd iasjdiahsduhs on June 2, 2022 at 9:52pm
Comment by stephen myers on June 2, 2022 at 9:35am

Only a fool would bring politics into this, mass shooters have been part of AmeirKKKan subculture since its birth, back in the 60's you had on who was in tower and shot students in Texas, this is a nation of devils and you are living in the dark continent where you are the sacrifice, like the 'Last Poets' said, who's gonna die next? cause the white mans got a God complex. Your white God Trump wont save your behind.

Comment by caribmama on May 27, 2022 at 9:14pm

So sad that this is the way parents have to start there summer. Why don't these maniacs just kill themselves an leave peoples kids alone.

Comment by vaughn mitchell on May 26, 2022 at 6:16pm
P**** ass cops, parents were willing to bust inside,but these fools are outside waiting for a locksmith. Dumb ass. The b**** ass governor, Abbott praising the cops, when the parents tell a different story, you see cops outside holding parents back. F*** a swat team, he is in there murdering kids. The state of Texas, where you doy need a license , can be mentally unstable, and turn 18, to buy any type of gun.
Comment by stephen myers on May 26, 2022 at 9:56am

AmeriKKKa. the nation that has more guns than people, a nation that exports guns all over the world that arm drug cartels, in north and south AmeriKKKa, a nation where they worship guns and money, a nation where they go to war and murder men, women and children and the masses hear no evil, see no evil, and speak no evil, as the dead spirits haunt the people of this nation and the masses have no clue this evil karma is amongst them because they have no clue on the spirit world where we all came from and where we return at death, so when you face death every ones last words are......Oh my God! not oh your God! the masses are all guilty because you are complacent to the evil ones who control you.    

Comment by mr1stroke on May 25, 2022 at 6:30pm

I wish I can tell you I told you so but it is heart broken innocent kids who just wanted to learn and have fun, 19 fathers and mothers who had to watch that empty room or bed last night. I am a father not one day I did not call or text my daughter and tell her that I love her, in 2020 before the election I predicted these unfortunate events, in November I advised to brace your self and love your love ones, today I can tell you as we get close to the end of the year follow by the new year there will be more mass shooting under Joe Biden, it is sad majority of you will say what does that has to do with him?

Well if you are educated about politics you will realize its not the man in power that drives the country its the policy he sets. A man who ran under the ticket of unity, he claimed he would heal the nation, he would reunite the country, America is more divided under Biden then Trump, more people are angry regarding what is happening, when all those hate crimes were taking place under Obama you said its because he was black, well do how you explain Biden?

In one month we have the New York City Subway shooting, the Buffalo NY shooting, the church in California and now Texas. Some one you just talk out of your asses instead of learning the environment, you are so quick to go have drinks with your white coworkers just to brag you have white friends but never have a real serious conversation.

I have customers and clients even if I disagree with them I look forward to their conversations, I make them feel comfortable to talk and like that I have nothing but return customers, they help me understand how they feel. There are a side of America you never met, certain states with small towns Biden and hos democrats friends are flooding people streets with illegals, those people had a good life, small quiet towns where they just want to live peacefully, now they are having hard times with the economy they get to watch those same illegals get everything for free, you don't have to agree, put your self in their shows what would you do?

Biden passed a stimulus package for $13 trillion, where all that money goes, gas companies bragging on cnbc how they make 5 times the profit if any one of you are not idiots and understand business is it really about supply and demand you keep repeating about your white politicians and the media, I call it a rip off because they can, their friends allow them to rip off the general public, a gas station raised its prices on Friday at $4.49 on Monday morning they change it again at $5.01 its not even memorial day weekend, are you paying attention?

By the time Biden leaves office so many will losw their jobs, many will lose their houses, just like you see the stock market is drowning for those of you who dod not invest and rely on your 401k I wish you luck, in fact let me be honest with you, some of you will have to work for another 10 to 20 years or get a second job as many of you already have, and watch your crimes rise. Biden is not God he can not bring you peace but more division, he can't even immediate the war between Ukraine and Russia instead he s pumping your hard working tax money, don't be surprised if you get into a war with China or even Russia, I wish you luck for political decisions, when you stand for whats right and expect the beat result for all you will not be loyal to one group but to all, you can be proud of being a democrat, so far they are violating peoples rights and you are next as they are already ignoring you, so far what have the black community got for biden? I do not delete comments, argue with me today, hate me now but remember me when you fall flat on your face, I said in 2016 when you voted for Hillary you didn't listen, but just wait for it.

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