Keena Baxter has denied coming from “bizarre” Salvador Ramos.
“He was dating my ex-boyfriend. Then they broke up,” Baxter, 17, said. Told the San Antonio Express News. “Then he tried to get along with me after that, but I told him I was not there, because he always had this kind of eccentric feeling about him.
Ramos, 18, Tuesday Massacred 19 elementary school students and two teachers When he exploded at Rob Elementary School in Wolverhampton, Texas in the worst school shooting in America since 2012.
Baxter said Ramos was unpredictable and violent when dating his friend.
“She told me he was scared,” Baxter said. “Like he’s going to be so violent. When he loses his temper, she’s really afraid for his life.
“He’s going to send her these bad messages, where he’s going to be super sweet until he screams at her.”
“He’s totally aggressive and violent,” Baxter added. “He tries to fight women. He tries to fight anyone who says no – he’s going crazy if he does not get his way, especially when he is involved in violence against women.
One of the girls, Crystal Fauds, 17, was a student at Wolde High School.
Ramos has threatened to harm her in comments on Instagram after a fight with her ex-boyfriend on social media.
“It was just harassment. I never wanted to provoke him or anything like that,” Fouts said Friday. “He was aggressive for no reason. I stopped him.
Fauds also heard about Ramos harassing his ex-girlfriend after he broke up.
“Another friend of mine, while working with him (Ramos), had an incident between a girlfriend and a boyfriend – (Ramos) tried to fight with his girlfriend,” Fauds told The Express News. “It really’s nothing. That’s because he was so aggressive.”
This is not the first time his contemporaries have described it Unstable behavior from Ramos.
Santos Valdes Jr., 18, said they were close until the future gunman left the tracks. Ramos one day played basketball in the park with cuts all over his face. He first told Valdes that he had been scratched by his cat, and then revealed the truth – he did “Just for fun” he cut himself. “
Baxter said a video of Ramos lifting a dead cat in the passenger seat of a car was circulating. Fouts said he had seen TikTok videos posted by Ramos wearing boxing gloves and punching in the wall.
“He was very stressed,” Fouts recalled. “If you ask him something or he tries to pick you up or he tries to tell you something, if you do not give him any reaction, it will make him angry … (he) was very stressed and very aggressive.”
Rumors circulating among high school students say Ramos was angry that he could not graduate. Reports say he dropped out of high school, but Baxter saw him at school last month. Foutz remembered seeing him on campus last fall.
“To be honest, I haven’t thought twice about this baby,” Baxter said. “I have not known this child for a year. He came out of nowhere.
Both women called Ramos “lonely” with no friends.
“Those who tried to be friends with him, he scared them,” Fouts said. “He’s a tyrant, really. If you do not give him what he wants, he is a bully to you.
“He has no friends,” Baxter said. “To be honest, no one spoke to him because people were really scared of him.
In fact, some students thought that if there was a target for this kind of tragedy, it would be high school.
“We all thought they would do it for high school – because we’ve received threats before,” he said. “But not for the kids. It should have been us. There was no reason to hurt those kids.
“None of us are like that. None of us have that kind of hatred in our hearts to do something like that or to know how it could have happened.
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