Gunman kills 14 children in Texas school

The last day of school at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, was to be this Thursday.
—The students at the school were roughly 7-, 8- and 9-year-old children.
—This will end up being the fifth deadliest school shooting in the U.S.

the gunmand killed his grandmother then went to the primary school and mowed down 14 pupils and a teacher.

the gunman alikuwa a highschool student in the same school but high school part .

but why kill children banae najua @Ndindu anaenda kuchoma nyama coz of this .

drugs, stress and insanity

guns are never safe with the population. hio 2nd ammendment itolewe @Aka mpole

Remember USA is the safest place on earth!

which research is this ?

10 black people were killed in a supermaket last week kina demoncrats Pelosi/Obama/Biden wakalenga , infact the whiteboy alishikwa bila kupigwa risasi na kupewa maziwa na mkate nusu . ngoja uone vile hii ya Texas white people watachangamkia calling for Trumps head

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing 14 children, one teacher and injuring others, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and the gunman was dead.

It was the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade-school since the shocking attack in Sandy Hook, Connecticut, almost a decade ago.

The gunman entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde with a handgun and possibly a rifle, Abbott said. Officials have not revealed a motive for the shooting but said the shooter was a resident of the community that’s about 85 miles (135 kilometers) west of San Antonio.

Law enforcement personnel stand outside Robb Elementary School following a shooting, Tuesday, May 24, 2022, in Uvalde, Texas. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

Abbott said the shooter was likely killed by responding officers but that the events were still being investigated. Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Chief of Police Pete Arredondo said at a news conference that the gunman acted alone.

It was the deadliest school shooting in Texas history and occurred four years after a gunman fatally shot 10 people at Santa Fe High School in the Houston area.


”He shot and killed, horrifically, incomprehensibly, 14 students and killed a teacher,” said the governor, adding that two officers were shot and wounded but were expected to survive.

It was not immediately clear how many people, in addition to the dead, were wounded, but Arredondo said there were “several injuries.” Earlier, Uvalde Memorial Hospital said 13 children were taken there. Another hospital reported a 66-year-old woman was in critical condition.

Robb Elementary School has an enrollment of just under 600 students, and Arredondo said it serves students in the second, third and fourth grade. He did not provide ages of the children who were shot.

A heavy police presence surrounded the school Tuesday afternoon, with officers in heavy vests diverting traffic and FBI agents coming and going from the building.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said President Joe Biden has been briefed on the school shooting on Air Force One as he returns from a five-day trip to Asia and would continue to receive updates. Jean-Pierre said Biden will deliver remarks Tuesday evening at the White House.

Uvalde is home to about 16,000 people and is the seat of government for Uvalde County. The town is about 75 miles (120 kilometers) from the border with Mexico. Robb Elementary is in a mostly residential neighborhood of modest homes. There is a funeral home across the street from the school.

Governor Greg Abbott named 18-year-old Salvador Roma, a student at Uvalde High School, as the gunman who opened fire at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon.


Salvador Ramos, 18, shot his grandmother before going to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde; engaging border patrol agents nearby in a shootout; and then barricading himself inside the school, killing 14 students and a teacher

The shooting in Texas came less than two weeks after a gunman opened fire at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, killing 10 Black shoppers and workers in what officials have described as a hate crime.

Ramos’s social media was full of photos of guns. He messaged a stranger on Instagram, tagging her in a photo of the guns.

‘I got lil secret. I wanna tell you,’ one message said.

‘Be grateful I tagged you,’ he wrote.

She replied: ‘No it’s just scary…’

Wah ndio nimeona hiyo news. Texas has the most gun permissive gun laws ever. Atleast where I live it’s a liberal city and guns are banned ki-plani.

June 17, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Press Release

Governor Greg Abbott today signed seven pieces of legislation into law to protect Second Amendment Rights in Texas. The Governor was joined for the bill signing ceremony by Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, Speaker Dade Phelan, Senators Donna Campbell, Brandon Creighton, Charles Schwertner, and Drew Springer, Representatives Giovanni Capriglione, Cole Hefner, Tom Oliverson, Matt Schaefer, David Spiller, and other members of the legislature, as well as representatives of the National Rifle Association.


“Politicians from the federal level to the local level have threatened to take guns from law-abiding citizens — but we will not let that happen in Texas,” said Governor Abbott. “Texas will always be the leader in defending the Second Amendment, which is why we built a barrier around gun rights this session. These seven laws will protect the rights of law-abiding citizens and ensure that Texas remains a bastion of freedom. Thank you to the Texas Legislature for getting these bills to my desk.”

Senate Bill 19 (Schwertner/Capriglione) prohibits any governmental entity from contracting with any business that discriminates against firearm and ammunition businesses or organizations.

Senate Bill 20 (Campbell/Hefner) allows guests to store firearms in their hotel rooms.

Senate Bill 550 (Springer/Spiller) removes the shoulder or belt holster requirements, allowing Texans to carry firearms in whatever kind of holster they choose.

House Bill 957 (Oliverson/Springer) repeals the criminal offense of possessing, manufacturing, transporting or repairing a firearm silencer. It also ensures that any firearm suppressor manufactured in Texas, and that remains in Texas, will not be subject to federal law or federal regulation.

House Bill 1500 (Hefner/Creighton) prevents any government entity from prohibiting the sale or transportation of firearms or ammunition during a declared disaster or emergency.

House Bill 1927 (Schaefer/Schwertner) authorizes Constitutional Carry in Texas, meaning law-abiding Texans can legally carry a handgun without a license to carry.

House Bill 2622 (Holland/Hall) makes Texas a Second Amendment Sanctuary State by protecting Texans from new federal gun control regulations.

@uwesmake ona, Texas ni state ya hard-core conservatives and they’d rather secede than give up guns. Hata Supreme Court huwa inapitia kwa umbali ikifika hii sector, Sleepy Joe the farthest he would go is condemn the shooting, sign some wacky executive order na hiyo stori iishe hivo and we repeat again.

US satanic military kills babies in their own unending illegal wars. What goes around and come around. :meffi::meffi::meffi:

still naona democrat state California with restrictive gun laws has the worst school shootings record

Very sad.

This things are gonna get worse hio economy iko close kuu anguka

“Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.” Rev 12:12.

May God comfort their families.

Especially in such a small community. I bet that the grandma knew what was going to happen and probably tried to stop him. I know that they’ll probably blame it on mental health, bullying etc. I think it’s time to allow teachers to carry (concealed, of course). Restrictive gun laws don’t work (I know Texas is liberal); criminals will find weapons anyway.
My condolences to the families of those little kids.

Ongea kitu unaelewa. Economy iko sawa and today’s tragedy had nothing to do with the economy. An 18 year old high school student (who very likely drives to school in a car paid for and fueled by his parents) doesn’t care much about the economy.

Last week it was black Americans. This week it’s children.

tuko recession

The last time kids were killed in Afghanistan it was dpne by the Americans. Karma!

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