The bold headline was simple: "5 Shot dead at The Capital".
Ramos had accused one of the Capital Gazette's newspapers, The Capital, of defamation for reporting on his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of harassing a female acquaintance online.
"The shooter has not been very forthcoming, so we don't have any information yet on motive", Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh said.
Marquardt told the Baltimore Sun he was not surprised to hear Ramos identified as the gunman. He was dressed in blue detention clothing.
While we can not discount the importance of the narrative that's been created by this current administration, tirelessly working to vilify the legitimate press, it's unsurprising to hear that at the root of the hatred the alleged shooter, Jarrod Ramos, bore for the Gazette was another all-too-familiar point: obsessive, possibly abusive behavior towards a woman.
Jarrod Ramos, 38, who had a grudge against Maryland paper, carries out one of deadliest attacks on journalists in USA Maryland man charged with multiple murders was denied bail on Friday, a day after police say he rampaged through a newsroom in Annapolis with a shotgun and killed five people in one of the deadliest attacks on journalists in United States history.
People line the street as a woman plays "Amazing Grace" on a bagpipe during a candlelight vigil in downtown Annapolis to honor the five people who were killed inside the Capital Gazette newspaper the day before in Annapolis, Maryland, U.S. June 29, 2018.
"I grew up here - the Capital has always been my favorite paper", said William Turner, who also bought one at the Wawa.
Two Capital Gazette employees, Janel Cooley and Rachael Pacella, were injured in the attack but have since been released from the hospital.
Soon after the shooting, employees started making plans for Friday's edition.
Bishops from nearby dioceses also offered their prayers. "Tomorrow this page will return to its steady objective of offering our readers informed opinions about the world around them, that they might be better citizens".
"We did find evidence at the residence", Altomare said, adding that investigators had found signs that Ramos had planned the attack.
Less than a day after five of their colleagues were killed in the newsroom, staffers of the Capital Gazette put out Friday's edition of the Annapolis newspaper, just as it had been published since 1727. Each victim's photo appeared below the masthead.
The lead story had 10 bylines, reflecting a team effort by the relatively small community newspaper.
He filed his defamation suit against the Capital Gazette in 2012, but a judge threw it out as groundless when Ramos was unable to point out a single statement in the article that was false or give an example of how it had harmed him.
"He was the most remarkable person". In a different tweet, Ramos said he'd enjoy seeing the paper stop publishing, but "it would be nicer" to see two journalists "cease breathing".
Ramos is now being held without bond.
The attorney who represented the woman Ramos harassed is now speaking out.
Almost seven years ago, Ramos pleaded guilty to a criminal harassment charge, court documents filed in the District Court of Maryland in Anne Arundel County show.
Ramos will have a bail review tomorrow at the Annapolis District Courthouse at 10:30 am, American time.
The woman whom Ramos stalked was so frightened by him that when she left the state, she didn't leave a forwarding address, and she alerted the local sheriff's office to Ramos in case he went looking for her, McCarthy said. He had a long, acrimonious history with the newspaper, including a lawsuit and years of harassment of its journalists.
Ramos hadn't posted on the account since January 2016, but just moments before the shooting on Thursday, a message was posted: "F-- you, leave me alone".
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