Texas school shooter’s family appeals for donation: ‘Hit From All Sides’


Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos was bullied at school, his family has said.

The family of Salvador Ramos, the 18-year-old who killed 21 people in one of America’s worst mass shootings, has asked for help to pay his grandmother’s medical bills. She was Salvador’s first victim before he opened fire on school children at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas on May 24.

Ramos’ aunt created a GoFundMe page asking for a contribution for her sick grandmother. She was shot in the face by the teenager.

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The family aims to raise $30,000 to pay for the expenses of the grandmother, who is expected to undergo multiple surgeries.

The page has raised just over $10,000 so far.

In the page’s description, Ramos’ aunt wrote that the family was “hit from all sides.”

“My mother was shot in the face and left to die alone at home by her own grandson. It was by the grace of God that she was able to get up from the ground and walk home. neighbor and ask for help,” she added.

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“We cannot continue to spit hate. I know it will take time, but we must forgive those who have wronged us. We cannot continue to judge. Leave that to God,” the woman added.

Ramos – a high school dropout with no criminal history – was an American citizen who lived with his grandmother. Ramos’ cousin Mia said The Washington Post that he was made fun of for having a speech impediment in middle school and that he would tell his grandmother that he wanted to stop going to class.

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His now-deleted Instagram account featured photos of a young man with shoulder-length hair, his eyes closed. The story also included images of two assault rifles and a plastic gun magazine.

Ramos was killed by a Border Patrol agent during his attack on the school.



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