18-year-old ‘Call of Duty’ fan opens fire at US school, killing 19 children and 2 teachers

Texas Shooting: The case of indiscriminate firing on innocent children in an elementary school in Texas has shocked the whole world. The perpetrator of the mass shooting was not a professional murderer, but an 18-year-old youth. The attacker entered the school and fired indiscriminately and killed 21 people, including 19 children. An old classmate of the assailant said that he used to like and play the shooting and combat game ‘Call of Duty’.

The name of this attacker who killed 21 people in Texas is being told as Salvador Ramos, who allegedly used to play online shooting and combat games. Times Now’s according toTexas Governor Greg Abbott said that the 18-year-old was a local and a United States citizen who was killed by police after the shooting.

The report cited US media as saying that hours before the killing, the shooter had texted (translated) “I’m about to…” to a stranger.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, the shooter allegedly shot his grandmother before the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School. Officials said the assailant entered the school around noon wearing body armor, carrying a handgun and a rifle.

Reports state that Ramos attended high school in Uvalde. He had been working at Wendy’s in town for a year and quit about a month ago. The Wendy’s manager told The New York Times that Ramos was not very friendly and that “no one really knew him”.

The Daily Mail accordingRamos was also lonely at school and had aggressive tendencies, as he was made fun of for being poor and for the way he dressed and wore eyeliner.

At the same time, the report states that Ramos’ former classmate told CNN that Ramos liked the shooting and combat game ‘Call of Duty’ and played it often.

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