11-Year Old Student Says Uvalde Gunman Told Her Teacher ‘Goodnight’ Before Killing Her


Eleven-year-old Miah Cerrillo told CNN producer Nora Neus that the Robb Elementary School gunman said “goodnight” to her teacher before he killed her.

Cerrillo was present in the fourth-grade classroom where 19 students and two teachers were killed Tuesday by a lone gunman in Uvalde, Texas, according to Friday reports from CNN. Neus said Cerillo told her the class was watching “Lilo and Stitch” because “it was the end of the school year, they’d finished their lessons.”

11-year old Miah Cerrillo told me the gunman looked her teacher in the eye, said “goodnight,” and shot and killed her. The whole class was watching.

The teachers received an email about a shooter in the building, and they found the shooter “right there” when they went to the door, Neus reported. The gunman then reportedly made eye contact with the teacher and shot through the classroom door’s window, according to the CNN producer.

“He backed the teacher into the classroom and he made eye contact with the teacher again, looked her right in the eye, and said ‘Goodnight’ and then shot her and killed her,” Neus reported based on Cer... (Read more)

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