- A co-worker of the gunman informed The New York Instances he was nicknamed “school shooter” previous to the assault.
- A number of individuals who knew the 18-year-old shooter described him as “aggressive” and “intimidating.”
- He would go on to kill 21 folks throughout a capturing at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
A former co-worker of the Uvalde gunman who attacked Robb Elementary School informed The New York Instances they and different employees on the native Wendy’s had nicknamed him “school shooter” previous to the incident that killed 21 folks.
The New York Instances reported the gunman’s co-worker mentioned he would ceaselessly snap at colleagues and prospects. His lengthy hair and darkish clothes, mixed together with his hostile conduct, led them to name him names.
He would go on to open fireplace on an elementary faculty classroom, killing 19 college students and two lecturers.
A number of folks informed The New York Instances the gunman was “aggressive” and “intimidating,” together with former classmates and other people the 18-year-old had spoken to on-line. He ceaselessly mentioned and threatened violence, posting photos of weapons on-line and sending harassing messages to women on Instagram.
“He’d reply to my stories with things like ‘i wanna kill u’ or like ‘i hate you,'” Kendra Charmaine, a 17-year-old in California who interacted with the shooter on-line, informed The New York Instances.