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Little pay and no glory


On June 28, a shooter claimed five lives at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. after he shot out the front window of the building that housed the newspaper and roamed the newsroom with a shotgun. The shooter, who has since been identified as Jarrod W. Ramos, had a long-running dispute with the paper that began after “a column in 2011 that detailed his harassment of a high school classmate,” was published days after he pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge according the New York Times.

Since then, Ramos had been critical of the paper to the point of threatening violence on social m...

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