Annapoli's journalist murdered in "targeted attacks" on Capital Gazette
One man with a gun opened fire on a Maryland newspaper agency, killed five and injured others, what the riot squad called a "targeted attack". Personnel at the main newspaper in Annapolis said the assailant, gunned with a scattergun and fumigating shells, fired through a glazed front gate into the news room.
The US press has described a man arrested by the US authorities as Jarrod Ramos. In 2012, he allegedly brought an unsuccessful slander suit against the newspaper group. You said a man, a knows knows, was arrested and interrogated at the crime site in the late'30s.
The detectives are to deal with "violent" menaces made against the Hauptstadt-Zeitung via various forms of society. The shooter added that "entered the house with a scattergun and searched for his casualties as he passed through the lower floor". Capital Gazette published several regional papers, among them a newspaper named The Capital, whose story dates back to 1884.
Baltimore Sun said that on Thursday after the assassination the policemen had assembled in front of Mr. Ramos' home. He said the suspected defendant has a "long-running feud" with The Capital over a 2011 crime investigation against him. Victim identification by law enforcement. The employees of the "Kriegszone" of the Hauptstadt-Zeitung were spared the filming, but promised to publish an issue on Friday.
"There' s nothing more scary than listening to several men get killed as you sit under your desktop and listen to the shooter reload," writes Phil Davis, a true storyteller. Davis described the shoot-out in the newspaper's Annapolis newspaper offices, just south of Washington DC, as "like a battlefield". Said that when the shooter ceased firing, they were still hidden under their desktops.
He said to the Baltimore Sun, "I don't know why he quit. Donald Trump has been informed of the assault. Twittering that his "thoughts and prayers" were with the sacrifices and their family. One of the Capital Gazette employees, Selene San Felice, said CNN that her first response to the gunfight was to lay under her desktop, and added that she was trying to walk through a back room, but she was lock.
Newscaster Danielle Ohl said the editorial office is quite small, with "about 20 employees " and several advertisers. Capital Gazette publisher Jimmy DeButts told us that he was "inconsolable" after the event.