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In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland’s version of the Insanity Defense. Prosecutors contend that his attack was planned in a “calculating and methodical” manner because the paper wro ...
 
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This true-crime story concludes with sentencing three years after the most violent attack on journalism in American history. In this episode, we hear the reaction to Ramos' sentence from shooting survivors and victim’s families. The Prosecutor said convicted mass murderer Jarrod Ramos made it a one-sided fight. "He should not get the last word.” Be…
 
The families of victims and shooting survivors react as the jury delivers its decision. You’ll hear from the chief prosecutor and the families sharing emotional comments outside the courthouse in Annapolis just minutes after the verdict. It’s a moment they’ve waited for more than three years. You’ll also learn about the fight some of the victims vo…
 
"I was waiting to die. I was praying”. A Capital gazette reporter describes the terror caused by mass shooter Jarrod Ramos. Six survivors testified in his trial. A photographer said he "felt the wind against his neck” as shotgun pellets whizzed past his head and narrowly missed killing him. “Delusional.” That’s how a renowned psychiatric describes …
 
Confessed mass murderer Jarrod Ramos had a long-running feud with The Capital Gazette. Ramos thought an article about him made him look “crazy” so he demanded a retraction and apology. When he didn’t get either, he sued the newspaper and the reporter for defamation. A judge dismissed his case and when Ramos exhausted his appeals, he withdrew from t…
 
In late June 2018, five people were murdered by an active shooter walking through their offices at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland. Prosecutors say he blocked the exit so the victims couldn’t escape. The defendant, Jarrod Ramos, pleaded guilty to the murders but his lawyers now argue he’s not “criminally responsible” — Maryland…
 
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