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“Forgive Me, Forgive My Son” Mother Of Killer In Texas Begs For Forgiveness

“Forgive Me, Forgive My Son” Mother Of Killer In Texas Begs For Forgiveness

The mother of the 18-year-old who was responsible for the Texas massacre begged for forgiveness.

Adriana Martinez, the mother of Salvador Ramos, was shot dead by police after entering the premises of Robb Elementary School and opened fire on the children.

Speaking on Spanish television she said, “I have no words to say, I do not know what he was thinking.”

The whole country is shocked by what has happened, creating numerous debates on the law on carrying weapons throughout the country. Apparently, these laws o be regulated in order to avoid such massacres.

Adriana said that maybe her son had a reason for what he did. “He had his reasons for doing what he did. Please don’t judge him. I only want the innocent children who died to forgive me, ”she said.

“Forgive me, forgive my son. I know he had his reasons. ”

When asked by the mother who may have been the reasons why he did such an action Adriana said “To get closer to those children instead of paying attention to the other bad things. I have no words. I don’t know. ”

The attack killed 21 people, including 19 students and two teachers. Another 17 are in hospital receiving appropriate treatment. His grandmother is also in the hospital because he shot him in the face before leaving for school.

The mother says that her son is not a violent man but became very aggressive the moment he was nervous.

Ramos’s father, whose name is not known, said “sorry for what my son did. I never expected my son to do something like that. He should’ve just killed me, you know, instead of doing something like that to someone. ”

The boy according to him was a good boy. “He was a quiet person, stuck to himself,” he said. “He didn’t bother nobody. People were always bothering him. ”

We hope that the law on carrying weapons will change in order to avoid such attacks that have recently begun to increase. What do you think? Should this law be revised? Share with us your comments on Facebook.

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