Then Posted the news on Facebook
On May 25, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott told reporters the gunman shared his plans on Facebook. About 30 minutes before the massacre began.
Abbott said the gunman wrote the following three messages and described them as posts:
“I’m going to shoot my grandmother.”
“I shot my grandmother.”
“I’m going to shoot an elementary school.”
Now He sent personal messages, not Facebook posts
Spokesman for Facebook’s parent company, Meta, after Abbott’s comments.Personal one-to-one text messages Discovered after the terrible tragedy, ”and not the public Facebook posts.
On May 27, DPS director McCraw told reporters, “At the beginning of the investigation he said he wanted to edit something – he (the shooter) had publicly posted on Facebook that he was going to shoot his grandmother, the second time after that he shot her, and the third time he was going to a school.” It did not happen. “
A few hours later, Abbott said he had been misinformed before speaking at a May 25 news conference.
“I wrote detailed hand notes about what everyone in that room told me in sequence about what had happened. When I came out here on this platform and told the public what had happened, those in the room told me – whether it was law enforcement or law enforcement officers , “Said Abbott.
“As everyone has learned, the information I was given was partly misleading. I’m totally angry about it.
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