The disruptive tactic used by the Texas school shooter to seduce girls online came after he hit 21 victims.
According to one source, Salvador Ramos “repeated his name until he noticed it.”
The woman, who used Yubo, told The Sun that only Ramos was one of the many girls allegedly raped on the internet.
“She was active every day and joined our lives by repeating the girls’ names,” said the teenager, who did not want to be named.
The heartbreaking texts believed to have been sent by Ramos also show that he said to a girl, “If you don’t do what I say, you will regret it.”
Among the messages received by The Sun is “Answer Me”.
Ramos killed 19 children and two teachers in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Texas on Tuesday.
The 18-year-old reportedly used the Yubo social networking program, where users can create live video streams with up to 10 friends.
Pictures taken from an account allegedly belonging to Ramos show that the teenager was looking for fame similar to the documentary Don’t F *** With Cats.
The source told The Sun that Ramos compared the 2010 Netflix show, a true crime documentary series in which a group of Internet detectives went hunting for Canadian actor Luca Magnotta.
Magnotta, whose real name is Eric Clinton and Kirk Newman, has caused a stir on the Internet after sharing a graphic video that killed two kittens.
The series follows Magnotty’s brutal treatment of animals, which led to the 2012 murder of Chinese student Jun Lin.
As with other violence, Magnotta uploaded a video of the murder.
Magnotta is currently serving a life sentence in Quebec Prison.
According to a Yubo user, Ramos said he “wanted his name to be like that.”
The teenager shared some screenshots from the Ramos profile on The Program with The Sun – but he believes the notes could be somewhere.
He said he wanted people to know how much the people on the program knew about him.
“The whole reason I’m sharing this is because the Yubo community saw how little someone knew about him, and we realized how much we knew about him,” he said.
“I heard from him earlier this year that he has been there for a long time.
“There [are] Yubo sites are different communities where everyone is known by name and everyone is friends with each other. We all knew him.
“It simply came to our notice then. Because it’s a live broadcast, you can’t watch Old Lives or Old Lives. Everything is now.
“At the moment when the shooting turned into news, a concert was filmed, in which more than 200 people took from everyone to inform the police.”
Ramos also shared his plans with a 15-year-old girl from Germany, whom he met on the platform a few days before the shooting, which killed 21 people.
The girl, nicknamed Cece, told the New York Times that Ramos met online about two weeks before the shooting, in which 19 students and two teachers were killed and dozens were injured.
Cece says Ramos recently said he received a rifle and ammunition via video link before the May 24 shooting.
Both men allegedly spoke an hour before Ramos’ attack on the morning of the shooting. During the conversation, Cece claims that Ramos showed him his completely black dress.
“And there are [sic] do something about her, ”he wrote to Cece and said he was waiting for his grandmother.
A few minutes later, Ramos sent another text: “I just hit my grandmother in the head,” followed by “I’m going to shoot.” [sic] primary school
Cece told The Times he wasn’t sure if he would believe Ramos when he read the news. Hours later, after seeing the news, he said he had contacted U.S. officials.
“Maybe I could change the account,” the Cece Times said.
“I never thought he would really do that.”
The messages were reportedly exchanged via Facebook.
Metacommunication Director Andy Stone said The messages Abbott described were one-on-one personal text messages found after the tragedy.
The Sun asked Yubo for comment and received a statement from the social network’s press team.
“We are deeply saddened by this unimaginable loss and are cooperating fully with law enforcement to investigate it,” the statement said.
“At this stage, we cannot legally disclose any specific user information other than direct requests from law enforcement, but we can confirm that we are investigating a banned account from the platform.”
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