After her son shot and killed 21 people at a Texas school, the mother of the killer asked for forgiveness.
Salvador Ramos’s mother, Adriana Reyes was heartbroken and expressed her deep sorrow over the tragedy.
The 18-year-old Salvador Ramos was responsible for the massacre that left 21 people dead, including 19 students and two teachers.
The shooting occurred at Robb Elementary School, and it was the deadliest school shooting in the US since Newtown.
The story of Salvador Ramos’ childhood with his mother, Adriana Reyes, has become a polarizing one, with some believing that he was the victim of bullying and others defending his family’s reputation.
However, Ramos’ childhood with his mother is far from a happy one.
During his early years, the actor had five fistfights with classmates, and his friendships were short-lived. In fact, one time, he even told his friend that he was going to join the Marines.
His friend, however, refused to accept his comment, and the friendship was lost.
While it may appear that Ramos was bullied, the truth is that he took things a bit too far and was constantly in defence mode.
The parents of the 18-year-old suspect in the Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, have spoken out.
Adriana Reyes said she still struggles to comprehend the events that unfolded that morning.
When asked about her son’s motivation, she became emotional and cried out to the camera.
Her son, Salvador Ramos, was suspected of shooting twenty-one students and two teachers at the elementary school before opening fire on a prayer vigil.
Authorities say he was shot and killed by police during the standoff.
Adriana Reyes’s relationship with son
The details of Adriana Reyes’s relationship with Salvador Ramós have been sketched out, with the young man’s father insisting that he was a good person.
But when he was bullied for wearing eyeliner in middle school, he turned violent.
His mother, a single mother, says she had no idea why her son had turned violent.
Meanwhile, the boy’s father, a construction worker outside the city of Uvalde, has been spending less time with him.
In the aftermath of his mother’s death, Salvador Ramos has been in the news again. While he was still a toddler, he lived with his maternal grandparents on Diaz Street.
According to his neighbour, Martinez had been living at the home with a man who was not her husband or father. They were often seen fighting over issues such as school.
Ramos was due to graduate from high school this year.
Online friendships with peers
The attack on her son, Salvador Ramos, was a surprise for his mother, Adriana Reyes.
Ramos’ mother is suffering from drug addiction and her relationship with her son is strained, causing her to spend more time online.
Although she had tried to connect with her son through online friendships, she says he hasn’t been responding to her messages.
He has been avoiding her and has become increasingly distant, leaving his mother no option.
Plans for attack
Police are trying to determine whether the gunman’s mother, Adriana Re, planned the attack and what motivated her son’s murder.
Ramos is a Mexican-American with a long history of gang involvement. His mother is a long-time anti-gun advocate who once held a 15-hour filibuster in the Senate arguing for stricter gun laws.
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