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Capital Gazette shooting: Obsessive, grudge-filled Twitter account finally gets pulled

29/06/2018

As of early this morning, the account was still visible, with Twitter users meticulously going through his tweets and posting screenshots. More than 13 hours after a gunman killed five people at the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, Twitter has suspended the apparent account of the suspect, Jarrod W. Ramos,...
As of early this morning, the account was still visible, with Twitter users meticulously going through his tweets and posting screenshots. More than 13 hours after a gunman killed five people at the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, Twitter has suspended the apparent account of the suspect, Jarrod W. Ramos, who tweeted in explicit detail about his grudges against the newspaper, its journalists, and the local judges who ruled against his attempts at legal retribution.Read Full Story As of early this morning, the account was still visible, with Twitter users meticulously going through his tweets and posting screenshots. More than 13 hours after a gunman killed five people at the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, Twitter has suspended the apparent account of the suspect, Jarrod W. Ramos, who tweeted in explicit detail about his grudges against the newspaper, its journalists, and the local judges who ruled against his attempts at legal retribution.Read Full Story
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