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Grandfather of victim of Uvalde challenges police after shooter’s grandmother KNEW he had a gun

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The great grandfather of one of the victims of the Uvalde school shooting has gone viral after challenging the embattled local police over their inability to stop the gunman, as news comes out that Salvador Ramos’ grandmother knew that he had a gun well before the massacre.

Ruben Mata, whose great-granddaughter Alexandria Rubio was killed by Ramos’ gunfire at the age of 10 last week, was seen on video angrily confronting officers in Uvalde in a video taken by the left-wing media outlet. status coup

The 10-year-old was shot dead just hours after posing for a photo with her parents during the school’s honor roll.

Mata, who stood among the memorials in Uvalde on Sunday, wearing a jacket that identified him as a Vietnam veteran, passionately pleaded for police action while holding a knife.

He noted that they came immediately when it was discovered he was wielding the knife and noted “it only took you a few minutes” to get to him, compared to the reaction time at the shooting.

Ruben Mata, whose great-granddaughter Alexandria Rubio was killed by Ramos’ gunfire at the age of 10 last week, was seen on video angrily confronting officers in Uvalde in a video

Mata, who stood among the memorials in Uvalde on Sunday, passionately pleaded for police action while holding a knife before finally giving up to show he is not a threat

Mata, who stood among the memorials in Uvalde on Sunday, passionately pleaded for police action while holding a knife before finally giving up to show he is not a threat

He noted that they came immediately when it was discovered he was wielding the knife and noted 'it only took you a few minutes' to get to him, compared to the reaction time at the shooting

He noted that they came immediately when it was discovered he was wielding the knife and noted ‘it only took you a few minutes’ to get to him, compared to the reaction time at the shooting

He ends by pointing to the memorial to his granddaughter and asking,

He ends by pointing to the memorial to his granddaughter and asking, “That’s my great-granddaughter. Where were you people?’

10-year-old Alexandria was shot and killed at the school's honors roll ceremony just hours after she posed for a photo with her parents.

10-year-old Alexandria was shot and killed at the school’s honors roll ceremony just hours after she posed for a photo with her parents.

Salvador Rolando Ramos killed 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School

Salvador Rolando Ramos killed 21 people, including 19 children, at Robb Elementary School

The Uvalde School District police chief, Arredondo, has been criticized by state officials, the media and grieving parents for not immediately sending his officers to Robb Elementary School when it was attacked last week.

Arredondo mistakenly believed that the 18-year-old gunman, Salvador Rolando Ramos, was barricaded alone in the building and had to wait more than an hour before breaking through the classrooms – killing 19 children and two teachers.

The officers who responded to Mata were from Conroe, Texas, about 300 miles away. They were taken to Uvalde to assist in the aftermath of the shooting. As he begs them to tell him where they were, they note that they “don’t work in this town.”

As the video continues, people watching ask him to calm down, but he continues.

“I’m going to show you something,” he says, reaching into his pocket. ‘I have a knife. Pull out your gun! I’m not going to kill anyone! But I have a knife! Let’s see how brave you are with your weapons.’

It has been revealed that Salvador Ramos' grandmother - who was eventually shot by her grandson - ordered him to remove a gun from her house

It has been revealed that Salvador Ramos’ grandmother – who was eventually shot by her grandson – ordered him to remove a gun from her house

Just before the eruption at Robb Elementary, Ramos shot his grandmother Celia, forcing her to be airlifted to a hospital in San Antonio, 75 miles away, where she is currently recovering in the ICU.

Just before the eruption at Robb Elementary, Ramos shot his grandmother Celia, forcing her to be airlifted to a hospital in San Antonio, 75 miles away, where she is currently recovering in the ICU.

He then hands the knife to one of the onlookers, who hands it directly to one of the officers.

“Oh, you’re going to put me in jail?” says Mata, holding out his wrists to surrender as the police approach. ‘Go ahead.’

Finally, Mata walks up to a monument to the dead and points to one of the displays.

“That’s my great-granddaughter,” he says. “Where were you people?”

Eventually, Mata calms down and sits down in a folding chair, but remains heartbroken and visibly upset at the loss.

“My great-granddaughter, I spoke to her sister and said, ‘Mija, how are you?’ and she says, “Grandpa, my sister isn’t coming back!”‘

Meanwhile, it has become known that Salvador Ramos’ grandmother – who was eventually shot by her grandson – ordered him to remove a gun from her home, according to a neighbor who spoke to The everyday beast

“We heard them screaming,” says Rudy Martinez, who lives nearby. “I asked Sally what they were fighting about this time, and she told me that she and her sister or someone else discovered that Salvador had taken guns into her house. She didn’t want them there.’

Armed with two rifles and ammunition, the 18-year-old then drove the black Ford F-150 pickup to Robb Elementary School, where he crashed into a culvert before starting his killing spree.

Armed with two rifles and ammunition, the 18-year-old then drove the black Ford F-150 pickup to Robb Elementary School, where he crashed into a culvert before starting his killing spree.

The street in Uvalde, Texas, where Gallegos' house can be seen on the right, across from Gonzales's

The street in Uvalde, Texas, where Gallegos’ house can be seen on the right, across from Gonzales’s

DailyMail.com visited the backyard (pictured) where Gallegos nursed his injured neighbor after she ran to his house covered in blood

DailyMail.com visited the backyard (pictured) where Gallegos nursed his injured neighbor after she ran to his house covered in blood

Salvador Ramos first shot his grandmother at her house, before driving half a mile to Robb Elementary and crashing a truck in front of the school.  He stormed the building and killed 21 before being shot dead

Salvador Ramos first shot his grandmother at her house, before driving half a mile to Robb Elementary and crashing a truck in front of the school. He stormed the building and killed 21 before being shot dead

Ramos's deadly frenzy began when the 18-year-old shot his grandmother in the face, punched her in the jaw and shattered her teeth, at her home.  The truck outside the house is not the one that drove Ramos to Robb Elementary School

Ramos’s deadly frenzy began when the 18-year-old shot his grandmother in the face, punched her in the jaw and shattered her teeth, at her home. The truck outside the house is not the one that drove Ramos to Robb Elementary School

Martinez said this happened on May 19, the same day Ramos’ aunt, Natalie Salazar, told police they had discovered a semiautomatic rifle in a duffel bag.

They demanded that the ultimate killer get rid of it because his grandfather has a criminal record and is not allowed to possess weapons.

The next day, Ramos bought a second weapon, law enforcement sources told The Daily Beast.

Four days later, the 18-year-old, armed with two rifles and ammunition, drove the black Ford F-150 pickup to Robb Elementary School where it crashed into a culvert before continuing his deadly frenzy.

Moments earlier, Ramos shot his grandmother Celia, forcing her to… flown to a hospital in San Antonio, 75 miles away, where she is currently recovering in the ICU.

Relatives say the grandmother was in critical condition after the bullet fired by her grandson entered her cheek and shattered her teeth before coming out under her ear.

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