The suspect in The Capital newspaper shooting, Jarrod Ramos?, had tried suing the paper for defamation. It had published a story about him in 2011 after he pleaded guilty to harassing a woman he went to high school with. His defamation case was ultimately dismissed. Chip Reid speaks with the attorney who represented the woman Ramos harassed. He says Ramos tormented his client for years.
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"Malevolent": Lawyer for harassed woman describes Annapolis shooting suspect