Facial recognition found Capital Gazette suspect among 10M photos

Facial recognition found Capital Gazette suspect among 10M photos

Five people were killed in a shooting inside the newsroom at the Capital Gazette, one of America's oldest newspapers, in Annapolis, Maryland.

But Capital Gazette and the Baltimore Sun named the suspect as Jarrod Ramos, 38, of Laurel, about 40 kilometers west of Annapolis, citing law enforcement.

The court agreed that the contents of the article were accurate and based on public records, the document showed, and in 2015, Maryland's second-highest court upheld the ruling rejecting Ramos's suit.

The five killed were Rob Hiaasen (59); Wendi Winters (65); Rebecca Smith (34); Gerald Fischman (61); and John McNamara.

The Capital Gazette said on Twitter the accused was a local man who had filed a defamation lawsuit against the newspaper and a columnist in 2012.

"When I saw that there was a shooting at the paper, I told my wife it was Jarred Ramos, there was no doubt in my mind it was Jarrod Ramos", McCarthy said.

Trump routinely calls the reporters who cover him "fake news" and "liars" and labels them "enemies of the people". He said police believe they were sent before the attack, and detectives are now investigating.

Ramos is believed to have used a long gun to kill the five people at the Gazette and injure three others.

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Cook's was the first of 10 bylines on Friday's front page, on the only story that mattered, about the shooting deaths of his Capital colleagues.

Speaking to NBC's Today show in an interview aired on Monday, the woman said relentless abuse forced her to move out of Maryland, where the suspect is now charged with five counts of murder.

Phil Davis, a crime and courts reporter with the Capital Gazette, tweeted., "There is nothing more terrifying than hearing multiple people get shot while you're under your desk and then hear the gunman reload".

More details about the mass shooting were on Page 2 of the A section, the newspaper noted in a small front-page box, and a history of the Capital Gazette was on A3.

US President Donald Trump, yesterday said: "This attack shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief". According to court documents, the judge said, "There is nothing" to prove "anything that was published" was in fact false.

Read the editorial in its entirety on the Capital Gazette's website.

"We were concerned about him at the time, it definitely came up more than once", Shirley said. "His intent was to cause harm", said William Krampf, the acting police chief. Police said surveillance video recorded the attack, which began with a shotgun blast that shattered the glass entrance to the open newsroom. It is owned by The Baltimore Sun.

"He represented himself and took advantage of the legal system to keep the case alive for a long period of time during which he sued lawyers, judges, anybody who crossed his path and disagreed with him", he said.

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