TLB editors note: We feel it is incumbent upon us to run a final update on the story of yesterday’s shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, Maryland.
Usually these mass shootings turn out to be a sponsored false flag operation that takes days of sorting out the facts to get to the truth and identify “the players.” In this case everything points to a whacked out “one man” operation to “get even” with Gazette employees for what the shooter considered wrongs done him. (TLB ed.)
Police Warned Multiple Times About Annapolis Shooting Suspect; Gazette Employee Took Out Restraining Order
The suspect in Thursday’s deadly newsroom shooting had been reported to the police on at least two occasions by journalists at the paper, and that a restraining order had been taken out against him, according to a former Capital Gazette employee.
Jarrod Ramos, 38, sued The Gazette and two of its journalists in 2012 for defamation over a July 2011 article about Ramos harassing and threatening a former High School classmate on Facebook.
“He seems to think there’s some sort of relationship here that does not exist,” said the woman in a harassment case she filed against Ramos. “I tried to back away from it, and he just started getting angry and vulgar to the point I had to tell him to stop.”
After his case against The Gazette was thrown out, a Twitter account associated with Ramos was used to send hostile, threatening tweets at Gazette employees and the judge in his case. The account had remained dormant from January 2016 until Thursday – minutes before the shooting, when he wrote “F–k you, leave me alone @judgemoylanfrnd” – to an unused Twitter account which appears to have been created by Ramos in 2016.
(TLB) published this article, compiled by Tyler Durden, from ZeroHedge with our appreciation for making it available for publication.
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