Then He posted messages on Fb
On Could 25, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott advised reporters the gunman shared his plans on Fb about 30 minutes before the massacre started.
Abbott stated the gunman wrote the next three messages and described them as posts:
“I’ll shoot my grandmother.”
“I shot my grandmother.”
“I’ll shoot an elementary faculty.”
Now He despatched personal messages, not Fb posts
Shortly after Abbott’s feedback, a spokesperson for Meta — the dad or mum firm of Fb — stated the messages have been “private one-to-one text messages that have been found after the horrible tragedy occurred,” and weren’t public Fb posts.
On Could 27, DPS Director McCraw advised reporters he needed to “appropriate one thing that was stated early on within the investigation — that he (the gunman) posted on Fb, publicly, that he was going to shoot his grandmother, and secondly after that that he had shot her, and the third that he was going to go shoot up a faculty. That didn’t occur.”
Hours later, Abbott stated he was “furious” that he was given flawed data earlier than talking on the Could 25 information convention.
“I wrote down hand notes intimately about what all people in that room advised me in sequential order about what occurred. And once I got here out right here on this stage and advised the general public what occurred, it was a recitation of what folks in that room advised me — whether or not it’s regulation enforcement officers or non-law enforcement officers,” Abbott stated.
“And as all people has discovered, the knowledge that I used to be given turned out partially to be inaccurate. And I’m completely furious about that.”