‘Forgive me. Forgive my son’, asks Texas school shooter’s mother

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The mother of the 18-year-old gunman who shot dead 19 young children and two teachers and wounded many others in an elementary school in the small town of Uvalde, Texas, this week has said: ‘Forgive me, forgive my son.’

Adriana Martinez looked distraught as she wept in her car, telling CNN affiliate Televisa: ‘I have no words to say … I don’t know what he was thinking’

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