Law enforcement officials are calling the Capital Gazette shooting a targeted attack. The suspect, Jarrod Ramos, has a history with the newspaper. Ramos sued the paper for defamation in 2012 after it published a story about him pleading guilty to harassing a woman he went to high school with. The case was later dismissed. Brennan McCarthy, the lawyer who represented the woman Ramos harassed, says he knew how to “walk the line” when making a threat.
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Lawyer for harassed woman says suspected Annapolis shooter avoided “direct" threats