– A gunman reportedly broke into the Annapolis office in Maryland, United States and killed five employees.

Quoted from Reuters on Friday (29/06/2018), Reportedly the perpetrator was involved in a row with the newspaper before entering and looking for victims.

“He who burns emotionally shoots the office glass door and breaks through the newsroom to search for his victims and fire some bullets,” police said.

Report from Baltimore Sun, That the suspect named Jarrod Ramos (38) comes from Laurel, Capital Gazette.

In 2012, Ramos once filed a lawsuit against defamation against Eric Hartley, who was previously a staff writer and columnist at The Capital, Thomas Marquardt, and editor of the publisher of The Capital.

But by 2015 the high court in Maryland has decided not to grant Ramos’s claim to make him feel resentment with the newspaper.