United States newspaper office carnage suspect charged with murder

5 killed in Maryland newspaper shooting

Morning after mass shooting, Capital Gazette publishes Friday edition

One message titled "Open Season" mentioned 2000 Capital Drive, the address of Capital-Gazette Communications, and linked to several articles about the Capital.

Prosecutor Wes Adams did not give any details about the escape plan.

McCarthy said he spoke to his client after the shooting and she said she is still scared for her life even though he is behind bars. A judge dismissed the suit, telling Ramos that he hadn't shown "anything that was published about you is, in fact, false".

O'Brien says they will be near the front of the parade behind an honor guard for police and fire and the U.S. Naval Academy Band.

Ramos is being represented by the Anne Arundel County public defender's office.

He is charged with five counts of first-degree murder. The chief said police were told at the time that the newspaper didn't want to further inflame him by pressing charges.


Hundreds of people marched through downtown Annapolis today.

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.

Capital Gazette survivor Anthony Messenger described the situation during the shooting leading up to his viral tweet.

President Donald Trump embraces the American flag.

The streets of Annapolis filled on Friday as people gathered to mourn the loss of five Capital Gazette employees, who were gunned down in their newsroom on Thursday.

"Tomorrow this Capital page will return to its steady objective of offering readers informed opinion about the world around them, that they might be better citizens", the editors added. The editorial page was left blank but for a note saying the editors were speechless.


Memorial services for two of the five victims killed in a shooting at the Maryland newspaper have been scheduled for next week.

Phil Davis, a Capital Gazette crime reporter, recounted how he was hiding under his desk along with other newspaper employees when the shooter stopped firing, the Capital Gazette reported on its website. "His intent was to cause harm", Krampf said Thursday.

Police had responded to the scene within a minute of first reports at about 2:30 p.m. "I don't feel the department was negligent in any way".

"I just thought I was being friendly", she told the newspaper.

Jarrod Ramos, 38, appeared via video Friday morning.

Then, in 2013, Ramos sued Anne Arundel County District Judge John McKenna. The fifth victim, Rebecca Smith, was an ad sales assistant for the paper.


Police say they are a questioning the suspect, a white man in his late 30s, following Thursday's attack on The Capital Gazette in Annapolis.

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