In the clip, the 18-year-old is spotted holding a plastic bag where reportedly bodies of two bloodied cats are visible
A lot of chilling details have come forward about the teen shooter Salvador Ramos ever since he gunned down 19 children and two adults at the Robb Elementary School on May 24. A new clip obtained by the New York Post shows the 18-year-old shooter holding a bag of blood-soaked dead cats.
Salvador Ramos, in an undated footage, can be seen sitting in the passenger seat of a friend’s car. Salvador apparently liked hurting animals, as revealed by a friend of his. It is also being reported that Salvador reportedly had a fascination with dead cats and had threatened to kidnap, kill and rape girls who shunned him online.
‘He liked hurting animals’
David Trevino Jr, who is related to Salvador’s grandmother, spilled the beans on his gruesome nature saying, “The shooter was known for hurting cats”, as reported by the New York Post. He added, “He liked hurting animals” adding, “I’m told he killed the cats and carried around the bag of bodies for s–ts and giggles.”
He further told the publication, “The video shows he was not right in the head. He’s not all there. The video raises all sorts of red flags.” For the unversed, Salvador was shot by the authorities on the same day after he shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at the Uvalde, Texas, school. In chilling detail, one classmate said Salvador had a tendency to be “violent towards women” and was described as “scary” by an ex-girlfriend.
Salvador Ramos sought ‘Don’t F**k with Cats’ fame before shooting
Texas school shooter Salvador Ramos reportedly sought fame similar to Netflix’s true-crime docuseries ‘Don’t F–k with Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer’. On social media app Yubo, the deranged 18-year-old harassed a woman who has now opened up about it.
“He would be active every day and join our lives, repeating girls’ names until they paid attention to him,” the teen told The Sun. She said that Salvador compared himself to the Netflix show ‘Don’t F–k with Cats’, which traces a manhunt launched by internet sleuths for Canadian actor Luka Magnotta in 2010.