Salvador Ramosthe author of the massacre at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde (Texas, USA), shared several messages and photos with a stranger on social networks to whom he promised to tell “a little secret”. The woman has shared the conversation that she had with the shooter and has shown condolences to the families of the victims, 21 people, 19 of them boys and girls who are students of the educational center.
The perpetrator of the shooting published on the social network Instagram a photograph of the two rifles he had bought on May 17 and 20shortly after his 18th birthday. And he tagged a user who has the ‘nick’ (network name) of @epnupues (which read from bottom to top could mean send nudes).
Various media outlets and individuals on social networks are sharing some screenshots of the conversation that Ramos and the owner of the account @epnupues maintained hours before the massacre. It is a montage made by the young woman, who has been identified as a resident of Los Angeles (California), in which she shows her condolences to the relatives of the victims of the last school massacre.
The conversation starts after Ramos tagged the unknown woman in a photo of his guns. He asks her if she plans to publicize the weapons. “What? What do your weapons have to do with me?” she asks. “I just wanted to tag you,” says Ramos. “I’m confused”.
Then she asks him again why he has tagged her. He replies that because she wanted to and that I should be thankful. She insists that she doesn’t and tells him that she’s scared of him. “I barely know you and you tag me with guns.”
The next day, Ramos contacts the young woman from Instagram again by private message. “I’m going to do it,” he tells her.. She asks what is she going to do. And she says good morning. He replies that she will tell him at eleven in the morning. That she will send him a message that she must respond to. The latter is written in capital letters. He tells her that he has “a little secret” for her, that he says if she’s not asleep, because she’s not feeling well, he’ll answer her. His last contact says, “I’m leaving.”
Shortly after, the young man is caught by a neighbor of the Robb elementary school entering the educational center armed, where killed 21 people, 19 of them children between the ages of 7 and 10. Ramos was later shot by police.