Texas Robb School Killer Salvador Ramos May Have Revealed Video Game Shooting

Texas deranged mass shooter Salvador Ramos may have hinted at his plan to gun down schoolchildren in a verbal tirade after losing a violent video game, according to a report.

Threats by a male player that he would “shoot up a school” using an AR-15 so upset a fellow player that he reported him to the FBI, The US Sun reported on Wednesday.

The threats reportedly came after the player lost the video game Dead by Daylight just hours before the carnage at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday, The Sun reported.

Another source told The Sun that Ramos threatened to shoot up schools when playing Call of Duty.

The concerned Dead by Daylight player, who was not identified by The Sun, wrote on Reddit: “So I have no idea if they were kidding or what, but they were super pissed about losing and started saying they were going to shoot up a school. and they mentioned that they had some kind of weapon and they kept saying that it would all be our fault.”

He added that he recorded the entire postchat and everyone ignored each other, “but I can’t believe it because I’ve never seen someone say that before.”

Law enforcement officers guard the scene at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, 2022.
Law enforcement officers guard the scene at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, 2022.
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Dead by Daylight is a multiplayer survival horror action game, according to its website.

The player said that she reported it to the creators of the game and also to the FBI, according to The Sun.

“However, I’m a little stressed because when I went back to see exactly what they said, the person said, ‘What if there’s a school shooting tomorrow? :),” he said on Reddit, The Sun reported.

When asked if the player behind the threats could have been Ramos, he replied: “The gun he mentioned was an AR15 with an extended magazine or something, but I don’t know. I feel horrible for those kids and families.”

The father of a shooting victim and Uvalde Sheriff's Deputy Felix Rubio walk together after the Uvalde school shooting on May 24, 2022.
The father of a shooting victim and Uvalde Sheriff’s Deputy Felix Rubio walk together after the Uvalde school shooting on May 24, 2022.
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Ramos shot and killed 21 people, including 19 young students on Tuesday, in one of the most horrific shootings in the United States.

“Most likely a horrible coincidence, but still, I don’t understand why anyone would say that,” the player wrote.

It is not known if Ramos and the player who made the sick threat are the same person.

When The Sun contacted the FBI to ask if the agency received the report and was investigating, federal officials said, “The FBI continues to stand with the victims, their families, our federal, state and local law enforcement partners and the community.” de Uvalde after this horrible incident. crime.”

“We are bringing the full resources of the FBI to this community and will continue to do so to help the citizens of Uvalde recover from this tragedy.”

A priest comforts people outside the Ssgt Willie de Leon Civic Center, where students were transported after the shooting in Uvalde on May 24, 2022.
A priest comforts people outside the SSGT Willie de Leon Civic Center, where students were transported after the shooting in Uvalde on May 24, 2022.
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Behavior Interactive, a Canada-based company that owns Dead by Daylight, said all reports submitted by players are acted on in a “timely” manner and could not share specific details publicly.

The company told The Sun that creating a “safe space” is a “core value” for the game. There is a team dedicated to offering support to players and monitoring activities reported to them, the company added.

“In the case of potential real-life threats, we have strict reporting processes involving cybercrime units to ensure the situation is addressed by the appropriate authorities,” Behavior Interactive stated, according to The Sun.

The Sun also reported that an Instagram friend of Ramos told the outlet, “I know someone who used to play Call of Duty with him online and would talk about school shootings all the time, but everyone in the game always thought he was joking. ”

Call of Duty is a popular shooting game.

Law enforcement works at the scene after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School where 19 people were killed on May 24, 2022 in Uvalde.
Law enforcement works at the scene after the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School where 19 people were killed on May 24, 2022 in Uvalde.
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She said Ramos contacted her in April and strangely asked for a voicemail, according to The Sun. She turned him down, but he kept pushing her, according to screenshots shared with The Sun.

The Instagram user said she had no idea he was capable of a massacre, according to The Sun.

“I mean he was pretty insistent on hearing my voice, but at the time I thought it was annoying,” he said.

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