suspicion of committing the attack App users was harassed and threatened with physical harm by Salvador Ramos.
The alleged perpetrator of the mass shooting that took place at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, allegedly made threats against other social media users and casually referred to himself as the “Yubo school shooter” before the shooting. These allegations are based on posts that were discovered during the shooting.
Before the tragic event that occurred on Tuesday, in which 19 students and two instructors lost their lives, Salvador Ramos, 18, engaged in online harassment and made threats toward other users of social media.
A member on the network who was 17 years old and said, “Oh, hey, it’s Yubo’s school shooter!” was reported by The News God to have made this statement. Yubo is an application for a live-streaming video that facilitates social interaction.
Following the horrific shooting that occurred on Tuesday, members of various social media platforms have been sharing texts from Ramos’ verified account on the Yubo messaging app. Ramos is believed to have uploaded these texts following the shooting. According to a number of the texts, he frequently commented on the illegal act of rape.