Texas Robb school killer Salvador Ramos may have revealed a video game shooting

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

Threats from a male player that he would “shoot a school” with an AR-15 worried a fellow player so much that she reported it to the FBI, The US Sun reported Wednesday.

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

Another source told The Sun Ramos threatened to shoot schools if he played Call of Duty.

The concerned Dead by Daylight player, who has not been identified by The Sun, wrote on Reddit: “So I have no idea if they were joking or what but they were super angry about the loss and started saying that they were going to shoot a school and she mentioned that they had some kind of gun and kept saying it would all be our fault.

She added that she recorded the entire post chat and everyone was kind of put off, “but I’m just in disbelief because I’ve never seen anyone say that.”

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

The player said she reported him to the game’s creators 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 were saying, the person was like, ‘What if I shoot a school tomorrow :)'” she said on Reddit, the Sun reported.

When asked if the player behind the threats could have been Ramos, she replied: “The gun he mentioned was an AR15 with what I think was an extended clip or something, but I don’t know. I feel terrible for these children and families.”

A parent of a shooting victim and Uvalde Deputy Sheriff Felix Rubio walk together after the school shooting in Uvalde May 24, 2022.
A parent of a shooting victim and Uvalde Deputy Sheriff Felix Rubio walk together after the school shooting in Uvalde May 24, 2022.
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Ramos shot dead 21 people, including 19 young students, in one of America’s deadliest shootings on Tuesday.

“It’s most likely a horrible coincidence, but still I just don’t understand why anyone would even 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 authorities said, “The FBI continues to support victims, family members, our local, state and federal law enforcement partners and the community of Uvalde in the wake of this scare.” Crime.”

“We are bringing and will continue to bring all of the resources of the FBI to this community to help the citizens of Uvalde heal this tragedy.”

A priest comforts people outside the Ssgt Willie de Leon civic center where students were transported after the shooting in Uvalde May 24, 2022.
A priest comforts people outside the SSGT Willie de Leon Civic Center where students were transported after the Uvalde shooting 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 processed “in a timely manner” and cannot 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 communicated to them, the company added.

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

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

Call of Duty is a popular shooting game.

Law enforcement are working at the scene after the mass shooting at Robb Primary School that killed 19 people on May 24, 2022 in Uvalde.
Law enforcement are working at the scene after the mass shooting at Robb Primary School that killed 19 people on May 24, 2022 in Uvalde.
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She said Ramos got in touch with her in April and, oddly enough, asked her for a voice message, according to The Sun. She turned him down but he continued to pressure her, according to screenshots shared with The Sun.

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

“I mean, he was pretty adamant about hearing my voice, but at the time I just found it annoying,” she reportedly said.

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