Shooting at 'Capital Gazette' Newsroom Leaves Multiple Fatalities

Posted June 29, 2018

BREAKING: "This was a targeted attack on the Capital Gazette", authorities say.

A Twitter account that appears to belong to Ramos has a reference to Hartley in the URL. He claimed in court documents that his perspective was not fairly mentioned.

Other reporters also took to Twitter to let family and friends know they were safe, and to list other colleagues they also knew were uninjured.

A senior federal law enforcement source says the suspect was also carrying fake grenades. In 2012, he filed a defamation lawsuit against the paper, which was later dismissed.

Capital Gazette Communications publishes multiple newspapers, including the Capital and the Maryland Gazette.

The official said the man was identified with the technology after he had damaged his fingerprints in what investigators believe was an attempt to prevent them from quickly identifying him. Authorities said the suspect did not exchange gunfire with officers.

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The shooting was first reported sometime around 3 p.m. EST.

Authorities in Anne Arundel County confirmed the deaths at the Capital Gazette in a press conference aired by local media.

"Police said the gun that was used is described as a long gun", meaning a rifle or a shotgun".

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives said it is responding to reports of the shooting.

A gunman opened fire inside the newsroom of a Maryland newspaper Thursday afternoon, killing five people and injuring others, according to reports.

Four people are feared to have been killed and a further 20 injured after a gunman opened fire at a newspaper office.

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Police had not yet publicly confirmed how many people were injured or what the extent of those injuries was.

One of the paper's reporters tweeted that people were taking cover under their desks as the gunman fired into the office.

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Lindsay Walters, a White House spokeswoman, offered the Trump administration's "thoughts and prayers" to "all that are affected". "Thank you to all of the First Responders who are now on the scene", Trump said in a tweet.

Governor Larry Hogan called it a "tragic situation".

The public is being told to stay away from the area while the investigation continues. "Praying for those at the scene and for our community".

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