Santa Fe HS student Shana Fisher killed in mass shooting, mother says
SANTA FE, Texas – Santa Fe student Shana Fisher was one of the 10 people killed Friday in the shooting at her high school, according to her mother.
The mother of the 16-year-old believes that her daughter was intentionally targeted by Dimitrios Pagourtzis.
Sadie Rodriguez said Pagourtzis repeatedly made advances toward Fisher in the four months leading up to the shooting. Pagourtzis was an ex-boyfriend of Fisher's best friend, she said.
"He kept making advances on her and she repeatedly told him no," Rodriguez said over Facebook Messenger. "He continued to get more aggressive."
Rodriguez said that the week before the shooting, Fisher "stood up to him" by "embarrass(ing) him in class." Rodriguez gave no other details.
Rodriguez described her daughter as "shy and sweet" with a passion for video games. Rodriguez shared a video of Fisher from 2015, in which the teen contemplates whether or not she'll continue making gaming videos because her computer keeps crashing.
The day of the shooting, Rodriguez wrote in a Facebook status to "love like (you're) getting one more day with them."
"Anything can happen," she wrote. "I will no longer get to see my baby my 1st born anymore."
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