A disturbing video has surfaced of the Uvalde shooter holding a bag of bloodied dead cats.
The deranged killer appears to be happily speaking to someone while sitting in the passenger seat of the vehicle.
According to the New York Post, who obtained and censored the video, at least two cats can be seen inside of the bag.
“It’s not about mental health” the left tells us, as pics emerge of the Uvalde shooter holding a bag of dead cats. If that’s not mental derangement that should be addressed by FAMILY & psychiatric intervention (& police, since that’s illegal), I don’t know what it is. Via @nypost pic.twitter.com/eZT5uZtJp1
— Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) May 31, 2022
The killer’s animal torture appeared to be well known through the town, as someone who knew him claimed that he was known to harm animals in an interview after the shooting.
“The shooter was known for hurting cats,” David Trevino Jr., who is related to the shooter’s grandmother by marriage, told the Post.
“He liked hurting animals,” Trevino said. “I’m told he killed the cats and carried around the bag of bodies for s–ts and giggles.”
“The video shows he was not right in the head,” he added. “He’s not all there. The video raises all sorts of red flags.”
Though many people seemed to know about his fondness for hurting the defenseless, apparently nobody bothered to do anything about it.
I sat down with Eagle Pass Police Chief Federico Garza Jr. this morning to talk about a number of issues, including the border crisis and Uvalde shooting.
He corroborated reports that Uvalde gunman Salvador Ramos had abused dogs and cats in horrendous ways. pic.twitter.com/DoDb6ZPvaK
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“He would go to the park and try to pick on people and he loved hurting animals,” former classmate Jaime Arellano told the Daily Beast.
Arellano said that he once witnessed the killer brutally beating a dog.
“He would try and call people names and start fights,” Arellano told the outlet. “I remember there was one time we saw him beating a little dog senseless.”
Another classmate told a local news station the same thing.
“He, prior, and I don’t see this covered and I’m gonna put this out there, he would hurt animals,” Ivan Arellano told WFAA. “He was not a good person.”