On Friday, the opinion page of the Capital Gazette read, "Today we are speechless". Police arrested Jarrod Ramos, 38, and charged him with five counts of first-degree murder, the paper said, citing court documents.
Ramos, clean-shaven with long hair past his shoulders, was denied bail in a brief court appearance he attended by video, watching attentively but saying nothing.
In an appearance on CNN on the same day as the op-ed was published, Capital Gazette photojournalist Joshua McKerrow likewise joined fellow staffers to speak out and make it clear that despite all that they have been through and the lives lost, they were still dedicated to making news happen in their local community.
"Rob was an editor and columnist at the paper, and one of the most gentle and amusing people I've ever known".
Police kept the sector sealed off on Friday as their vehicles went in and out as part of the investigation.
Katie and her sister Kelly O'Brian arrived with drinks and snacks for the officers.
Journalists are heroes and anyone that says otherwise is either gullible AF or has a seriously nefarious agenda.
Marquardt told the Baltimore Sun he called police in 2013. "He loved journalism, he loved helping those young writers at the Gazette". The mood didn't change much on Friday as we worked on the next day's paper. The Gazette ran a story reporting on the case and Ramos apparently became enraged.
"This paper represented everything great about this country: democracy and community".
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Caitlin Walls, who works as an assistant interior designer at the shop, said Annapolis has always felt to her like a safe place to be. Acting Police Chief William Krampf of Anne Arundel County says it was a targeted attack in which the gunman "looked for his victims".
"The people who made our newspaper are people we felt we knew, even if we had never met them before", Benjamin Wilson said.
These words from our national leader who has physically penned in journalists at his campaign rallies, mocked them as reporting "fake news" in front of thousands of jeering supporters, derided specific reporters in personal tweets and repeatedly described journalists as "enemies of the people". "My heart goes out to the victims, their families and the entire Annapolis community for this bad and senseless tragedy". Ramos carefully planned the attack, using "a tactical approach in hunting down and shooting the innocent people", prosecutor Wes Adams said. The gunman "shot through the glass door to the office and opened fire on multiple employees", Capital Gazette reporter Phil Davis tweeted.
Authorities said Ramos barricaded the rear exit of the office to prevent anyone from escaping and methodically blasted his way through the newsroom Thursday with a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun, gunning down one victim trying to slip out the back.
The paper followed up later that night by tweeting: "Yes, we're putting out a damn paper tomorrow".
"I for one received what I considered to be a death threat", said Tom Marquardt, who was The Capital's executive editor at the time of the article. But the grieving process has just begun, and the deadlines just keep coming.
"Obviously there was an axe to grind with the newspaper", he told Fox, "but we're not getting a lot of cooperation from the suspect".
One of the biggest unanswered questions is what set Ramos off after a two-year period of silence.
"Sometimes you hear about parents getting involved for all kinds of insane reasons", Vitone said. Belichick graduated from Annapolis High School in 1970.