Angry Uvalde sniper teased ahead of Texas school massacre

UVALDE, Texas — Living across the street for nearly a decade, Ruben Flores watched Salvador Ramos grow up. He often came to play video games and play sports with his son, a calm child who answered with quick and short answers.

“When he was here, he was a normal kid. But once he hit the freshman year of high school, he totally changed,” Flores told USA TODAY, speaking from his home in a modest neighborhood from the town of 16,000 people 75 miles from the Mexican border.

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