eldest daughter, Winter Geimer, when the girls were in grade school.
"In lieu of flowers", one of her children wrote, "please make a donation to the Girl Scouts of America, the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, or the American Red Cross".
"Journalists, like all Americans, should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs", he said.
Thompson says it's an affliction that lies on everyone who has gathered at vigils. He also said Ramos viewed anyone who opposed him as an enemy. It is owned by The Baltimore Sun. Ramos faces five counts of murder. ".She's still scared." As soon as McCarthy heard the news about the shooting at the Capital Gazette, he "knew immediately that it was Jarrod Ramos", he said. He said Ramos tormented his client for years.
Ramos had filed a defamation lawsuit against the paper in 2012 after it ran an article about him pleading guilty to harassing a woman.
Brianna Wu, a computer programmer who faced death and rape threats from supporters of a militant online movement known as Gamergate that targeted feminist criticism of the gaming scene, said the Capital Gazette massacre underscored that all stakeholders - law enforcement, lawmakers, social media platforms and their users - need to act.
"I was blessed to call Rob a friend", Capital Gazette editor Jimmy DeButts said in a Facebook post. He was ordered held without bail on Friday. During a conference call with newspaper employees on May 24, 2013, Anne Arudel County Police officer Michael Praley told them he "did not believe that Mr. Ramos was a threat to employees for the Capital". "It all came from a public record". "The malice dripped off this man in court", he said.
"'She stopped writing back and told him to stop, but he continued". A panel of judges wrote that the prime contractor "demanded" Ramos be fired for unspecified reasons.
The woman, now 38 and living out of state, did not respond to messages Friday seeking comment. His father was an assistant football coach at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Ramos grew up in Severn, about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Annapolis, and attended Arundel High School, graduating in 1997.
A gunman opened fire Thursday at the newspaper's office, killing five people.
In a tweet, Belichick says: 'For my entire life, The Capital has been my hometown newspaper.
All five names of the victims are then written out below, followed by the statement that "this Capital page will return to its steady goal of offering readers informed opinion about the world around them" tomorrow.
Marquardt, the former publisher, said he talked with the newspaper's attorneys about seeking a restraining order but didn't because he and others thought it could provoke Ramos to do something worse.
Hundreds of people marched through downtown Annapolis today. "He just wasn't close to anybody", she said. It reads: "There are no words".
"For it to be so still and so somber, especially on a Friday night, it's startling", Kit O'Neill said, describing Annapolis as "a small town with a big heart".
With its weekly sailboat races and picturesque downtown, residents were settling into summer's languid rhythms when the shooting shattered the usual tranquility.
Caitlin Walls works in an interior design shop. "But as much as I'm going to try to articulate how traumatizing it is to be hiding under your desk, you don't know until you're there and you feel helpless". Four of the five dead were journalists at the paper. "Journalists, especially newspaper journalists--and especially community newspaper journalists--they're a special bunch", he said.
Journalists Wendy Winters, 65, Gerald Fischman, 61, and John McNamara, 56, as well as sales assistant Rebecca Smith, 34, were also killed.