"All I have to say is Dimitri wore a trench coat to school every day from the beginning of the year and it's no wonder he was capable of getting guns in the school," said a Santa Fe High junior. "That should have been a red flag."
L.A. Times reporter did a background check on the suspect: "Some background on the Texas gunman. A classmate told me that he wore a black trenchcoat every day, which he apparently decorated with WWII and occultist pins. On Facebook, he wrote that he was an atheist who hated politics."
Recent social media posts made under Pagourtzis' name revealed a fascination with guns, according to Facebook and Instragram accounts reviewed by the Los Angeles Times.
On April 30, in a Facebook profile that has since been removed, a user under Pagourtzis' name posted an image of a T-shirt bearing the phrase "BORN TO KILL." Another posting the same day showed a black trenchcoat with a variety of occult and World War II pins on it.
"Hammer and Sickle=Rebellion, Rising Sun=Kamikaze Tactics, Iron Cross=Bravery, Baphomet=Evil, Cthulu=Power," the caption said.
"All I have to say is dimitri wore a trench coat to school every day from the beginning of the year and it's no wonder he was capable of getting guns in the school," Santa Fe High junior Candi Thurman, 17, wrote to The Times in a private message on Twitter on Friday. "That should have been a red flag."
In the Facebook profile, which prominently featured a pentagram, the user described himself as an "atheist" and declared, "I hate politics."
An Instagram profile under Pagourtzis' name shows a posting from April 24 with a photo of a handgun, a knife and what appears to be a flashlight. Another post from the same day showed an arcade game featuring a toy rifle pointing at a screen.
Social media is reporting "School shooter wore hammer-and-sickle symbol, which you see at every ANTIFA riot."
Other than what has been discovered about the suspect on his social media pages, the suspect was not under police radar.