At approximately 2:30pm EDT a gunman entered the offices of Baltimore Sun subsidiary Capital Gazette in Annapolis Maryland. According to media reporting: •5 fatalities, •numerous victims shot; •shooter captured by police; Report: •white male, in his late 30’s; shotgun used. Suspect identified as 38-year-old Jarrod Ramos, who unsuccessfully sued the Capital Gazette for defamation in 2012.
With the suspect named as 38-year-old Jarrod Ramos, a surname that generally works against the preferred narrative [Twitter Here], the media engineers will likely begin to avoid further exhaustive coverage: From 2015:
Maryland’s second-highest court last week upheld a ruling in favor of Capital-Gazette Communications, a former reporter and a former publisher accused of defamation.
Jarrod Ramos of Laurel made the defamation claim in Prince George’s County Circuit Court in 2012 after a 2011 column by then-Capital staff writer Eric Hartley about Ramos’ guilty plea to criminal harassment. (link)