Capital Gazette staff 'are like family', says mourning Annapolis community

Capital Gazette staff 'are like family', says mourning Annapolis communityBefore a mass shooting turned the Capital Gazette into a national news story, it was simply “the paper”. Residents of Annapolis, Maryland, used the phrase as shorthand for the local newspaper when they weren’t referring to it by its nickname, “the Capital”. Prosecutors say 38-year-old Jarrod Ramos – a local man who had a long-standing grudge against the Capital – carried out a “targeted attack” on the paper’s offices, barricading the exits and hunting down victims with a pump-action shotgun.



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