Upset With Newspaper, Gunman Kills 5 In Newsroom Shooting In Us

US: An angry person leaves the newspaper office on the attack, 5 dead

The shooting was the deadliest day for US
The shooting was the deadliest day for US journalism since 9/11 terror attacks. | Upsetwith newspaperUS gunman kills 5 in newsroom

Five people were killed by a white man from a newspaper in Apollo, an angry man, a gun and smoke grenade attacking his office in America. Three people were also injured in this incident. The police have called it a targeted attack. Attacking the Capitol Gazette Newspaper Office in Annapolis on Friday after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in America, was the worst day of American journalism.

Anapolis is approximately 50 kilometers away from Washington. In connection with the murder, the 38-year-old assailant, Jarod Warren Ramos, has been charged with five points. The court records revealed that Ramos filed a defamation suit against this newspaper in 2012. "The police's Deputy Head, Bill Cromph, in Annie Arundel County said," It was a targeted attack on the Capital Gazette. "The attacker, who was fully prepared today, came up with the preparation of the killing of the people. Their intention was to harm the people."

The police said that the dead newspaper was the assistant editor of Rob Hassen, editorial page editor Girard Fisherman, editor and correspondent John McNamara, special publishing editor Wendy Winter and sales assistant Rebecca Smith. According to reports, the Ramos Capital Gazette lost defamation suit against the newspaper. In 2011, a column was published in the Capital Gazette. Ramos said that this article was defaming him. According to the reports, this column was in reference to Ramos' confession about harassing a woman on social media. Ramos was taken into custody in the scene of this incident. He did not cooperate with the authorities.
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