Capital Gazette received death threats, emails celebrating shooting after attack

Morning after mass shooting, Capital Gazette publishes Friday edition

A woman whose harassment by Jarrod W. Ramos led to his vendetta against the Capital Gazette says she immediately panicked when she learned of the attack on the paper that killed five people.

Jarrod Warren Ramos was interrogated, charged and jailed pending a 10:30 a.m. hearing in Annapolis. According to court documents, the judge said, "There is nothing" to prove "anything that was published" was in fact false. Another describes him as "recalcitrant". "It is an unutterable tragedy", said Altomare. It is unclear if that victim is the same woman who warned the police official about Ramos.

Acting Police William Krampf described the incident as a targeted attack during a press conference last week.

Mary Adams, owner of The Annapolis Bookstore, stands by a sign outside her store on Saturday in downtown Annapolis, Md. They do journalism because they love what theydo. He also carried smoke grenades, authorities said.

Trump has frequently told supporters the press are the "enemy of the people".

One of the five victims of the attack was editorial page editor Gerald Fischman. Two other people were injured. "We are more than just our questions and our writing and our headlines". In a later interview appearing on the paper's online site, Davis likened the newspaper office to a "war zone".

"My family and I have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who have worked for the newspaper", Belichick said.

Ramos wrote he was only told there was a "suitability" concern. She then watched as a colleague was shot, adding she didn't glimpse the gunman. Police said the gun was purchased legally about a year ago.

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"I'll enjoy seeing @capgaznews cease publication, but it would be nicer to see Hartley and Marquardt cease breathing", he posted on February 2, 2015.

Facebook and Twitter are still not dedicating enough resources to content moderation and are not imposing stiff enough penalties on those who break the rules, fueling the behavior of online trolls, said Jennifer Grygiel, a Syracuse University communications professor who studies social media. But it is hard to ignore the reality of mass shootings that have become nearly commonplace in our society in recent years - in schools, in movie theaters and now in a newsroom. Ramos was hiding under a desk and did not exchange fire with police.

The office building housing the gazette is back open, but the newsroom stays a crime scene. "Violence is never tolerated in any form, no matter whom it is against".

Mr Trump tweeted on Thursday: "My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. Thank you to all of the First Responders".

"Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs", he said. "My heart goes out to the victims, their families and the entire Annapolis community for this awful and senseless tragedy". The opinion page was left blank as the staff said they were "speechless".

Ramos filed a defamation lawsuit against Tom Marquardt, a Capital Gazette editor and publisher, Eric Hartley, a columnist, "for damaging his reputation" but the newspaper won the case. During the court case, the judge asked him to point out one statement in the article that was false and defamatory, but he couldn't name one. His lawsuit was dismissed in 2013, and an appellate court upheld the dismissal in 2015.

Buckley said the country needs "Bono sort of leadership". "These guys, they don't make a lot of money. It's just immoral that their lives should be in danger".

"He loves words, he loves humor", The Baltimore Sun quoted his wife Maria Hiaasen as saying.

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