The suspect, identified as Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, was taken into custody after the targeted attack on Thursday at the office of the Capital Gazette located in Annapolis, reports The New York Times.
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Broughton, the paper's sports editor, said he had worked with McNamara since 1994 and sat in a neighboring cubicle. "'He could not do so, ' an appeals court wrote in upholding the dismissal". But his personal troubles extended beyond it as well. "He emailed her company and tried to get her fired", the articles said, according to court documents. Also in 2012, another peace order was issued against Ramos. Colleagues described him as a quiet, committed professional who was humorous, extremely knowledgeable and polite.
The paper's newsroom was full of plenty of "misfits in one way or another", but McNamara didn't fall into that category, Casey said. Also in 2013, yet another peace order was issued against Ramos.
Then there was his menacing presence on social media. The account has tweeted several times about the paper and Hartley. In the Berserk universe, that symbol is known as the "Brand of Sacrifice", and marks its bearers for ritualistic murder. 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".
The lawsuit was later dismissed with prejudice by Judge Maureen M. Lamasney after a March 2013 hearing, in which she asked Ramos to identify anything that was falsely reported in the July 2011 article and to cite examples about how he had been harmed. Carl Hiaasen said he was "devastated" and "heartsick" to learn his brother was one of the five victims killed in Thursday's shooting. RAMOS THREATENED THE PAPER ON SOCIAL MEDIAAfter the article was published, Ramos sued the paper, beginning a long legal fight that Marquardt said was tame compared to his taunts and threats on social media.
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Police officers in the Maryland capital city of Annapolis responded within minutes to a 911 call about a shooting in progress at the offices of the Capital Gazettenewspaper group and apprehended the suspect hiding under a desk, authorities said. "He has not attempted to enter the Capital Newspaper building or sent direct threatening correspondence". Police are outside an address connected to Ramos in Laurel, Maryland.
Still, he was free to legally purchase a weapon.
In July 2011, Ramos was charged with criminal harassment in the District Court of Maryland and pleaded guilty. Ramos received a suspended 90-day prison sentence.
Somewhat paradoxically, the fact that Ramos was harassing nearly complete strangers also left them vulnerable.
"The shooter has not been very forthcoming, so we don't have any information yet on motive", Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh said.
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McNamara had written two books about sports at the University of Maryland and was working on another about great Washington basketball players.
A United States official said Ramos was identified using facial recognition technology after he damaged his fingerprints in what police believe was an attempt to prevent rapid identification. "As this search for Truth commences, a crusader they could not kill approaches". Ramos linked to the newspaper story that he claims ruined his reputation.
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A judge dismissed the suit, telling Ramos that he hadn't shown "anything that was published about you is, in fact, false". Police found evidence at the suspect's house the attack on the Capital Gazette in Annapolis was planned.
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