4th Grader Reveals What Transtesticle Mass Shooter Said, Did After Entering Classroom.
A new report says that the Texas school shooter told fourth-graders what was coming after he shot his way into their classroom Tuesday at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde.
The report from KENS-TV was based on the account of a fourth-grade pupil it did not name. The gunman killed 19 children and two adults before he was killed in a shootout with law enforcement.
The fourth-grader explained that the ordeal began with a gunshot.
The boy was doing all he could to survive.
“When I heard the shooting through the door, I told my friend to hide under something, so he won’t find us. I was hiding hard. And I was telling my friend to not talk because he is going to hear us.”
“When the cops came, the cop said, ‘Yell if you need help!’ And then one of the persons in my class said ‘help.’ The guy overheard, and he came in and shot her,” the boy said.
“The cop barged into that classroom, and the guy shot the cops. And the cops just started shooting,” he said.
Then came silence.
The boy recalled the actions of his slain teachers, Irma Garcia and Eva Mireles.
Fear ran through the school as the attack began, according to another child.
His second-grade teacher alerted the students, he said.
“She started yelling, and I didn’t think it was a drill because they would have announced it. The teacher just went out there and started yanking on our door to go hide.”