Mother of Santa Fe shooting victim provides a BIG CLUE about killer’s motivation

The mother of one of the victims says that her daughter had what sounds like an important interaction with the killer the weeks before he shot up the Santa Fe High School.



From the Los Angeles Times:

One of Pagourtzis’ classmates who died in the attack, Shana Fisher, “had 4 months of problems from this boy,” her mother, Sadie Rodriguez, wrote in a private message to the Los Angeles Times on Facebook. “He kept making advances on her and she repeatedly told him no.”

Pagourtzis continued to get more aggressive, and she finally stood up to him and embarrassed him in class, Rodriguez said. “A week later he opens fire on everyone he didn’t like,” she wrote. “Shana being the first one.” Rodriguez didn’t say how she knew her daughter was the first victim.

The gunman repeatedly taunted students during the attack, according to another harrowing account posted to Facebook by one survivor’s mother.

Just horrible. And it makes you wonder if the shooting was preventable – did anyone think he might become violent after he was embarrassed? Did no one say anything? There will be more clues coming forth, I’m sure.
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