Jarrod Ramos, gunman in Capital Gazette massacre, gets 5 life terms without parole

Jarrod Ramos, gunman in Capital Gazette massacre, gets 5 life terms without parole


The gunman who killed five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland in 2018 was sentenced Tuesday to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole.

A judge in Anne Arundel County imposed the sentence for Jarrod Ramos, 41, who in July was found criminally responsible for gunning down five workers in the paper’s newsroom on June 28, 2018, while intending to kill as many people as possible.

Ramos, who claimed he wasn’t criminally responsible for the slayings when he pleaded guilty to all 23 counts he faced in 2019, had used Maryland’s version of an insanity plea, but a jury dismissed that claim in July after deliberating for less than two hours.

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Jarrod Warren Ramos was sentenced to more than five life sentences without the possibility of parole.Anne Arundel Police via AP

Prosecutors said Ramos, who wore a black mask in court, acted out of revenge against the newspaper after it published an article about

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