Maryland newsroom shooting
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Five dead in shooting attack in Maryland newsroom

Lynne Griffin pays her respects at a makeshift memorial near the Capital newspaper offices, where five people were shot and killed Thursday in Annapolis, Md. Griffin was a journalism student under John McNamara, who was one of the people killed at the paper.

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This undated handout photo obtained from the Anne Arundel Police shows Jarrod Ramos, the suspected Capital newspaper shooter.

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A resident buys a copy of the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Md., a day after five journalists were shot dead in the newsroom.

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This photo combination shows the victims of the shooting at the Gazette in Annapolis, Md. From left: John McNamara, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Gerald Fischman and Rebecca Smith.

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A woman delivers flowers at a memorial to shooting victims at the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Md.

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A Law enforcement officer responds to the deadly shooting at the building that houses the Capital, a daily newspaper in Annapolis, Md.

 

 

 (Matt McClain / Washington Post)

Photographer Joshua McKerrow, left, and reporter Chase Cook with the Capital work on putting out the newspaper while awaiting news from their colleagues in Annapolis, Md.

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People walk from the direction of the building that houses the Capital, a daily newspaper where five people were fatally shot Thursday in Annapolis, Md.

 

 (Matt McClain / Washington Post)

Law enforcement officers respond to the deadly shooting at the building that houses the Capital, a daily newspaper in Annapolis, Md.

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Law enforcement officers respond to a shooting at the Capital, a daily newspaper in Annapolis, Md., that killed five.

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Maryland state police officers patrol the area near the scene of a shooting at the Capital newspaper. 

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan speaks about the shooting at a news conference in Annapolis.

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The scene outside the Capital newspaper building. 

 (Joshua McKerrow / Baltimore Sun)

Police secure the area outside the building where the shooting occurred. 

 (Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

Law enforcement officers converge at the site of the shooting. 

 (Susan Walsh / Associated Press)

Emergency personnel congregate outside the Capital newspaper building.

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A New York police officer stands guard in front of ABC headquarters. Security was increased at media locations in Manhattan after a fatal shooting at a newspaper building in Maryland.

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New York City police take precautionary measures by assigning officers to news outlets in the wake of the shooting at the Capital newspaper in Annapolis, Md. Here, officers stand in front of the New York Times building on Eighth Avenue.

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