Capital Gazette Shooting Timeline

WJZ-TV in Baltimore offers a timeline of the Capital Gazette shooting: June 28, 2018: A gunman enters the Capital Gazette offices with a “long gun,” shoots through a glass door and fires at multiple employees. Five staffers at the The Capital are killed in the attack:...

Sentence in the Capital Gazette Trial

The Fallen Journalists Memorial Foundation Leadership Statement On The Sentence In The Capital Gazette Trial: Today’s sentence in the trial of the Capital Gazette shooter is a testament to our nation’s commitment to protect journalists and serves as a reminder that...

Fortner on Crime

City Journal interviews Claremont McKenna College professor Michael Fortner.  An excerpt: Your work suggests that elites, on both left and right, have fundamentally misread black views on crime and policing, and our political debates reflect that misreading. In your...

Public Opinion and the Death Penalty

Joseph M. Bessette and J. Andrew Sinclair at RealClearPolicy look at detailed public opinion data about the death penalty. To provide a rough summary of our findings: We can divide the electorate into three groups of different sizes. About a fifth of American voters...

Preserving Memories of the Fallen

At the Committee to Protect Journalists, Katherine Jacobsen interview Rick Hutzell ,former editor of the Capital Gazette, the site of the worst newsroom shooting in U.S. history, With the Capital Gazette’s Annapolis office permanently closed for financial reasons due...

The Capital Gazette Shooting Trial: Outcome

CNN: A jury in Maryland on Thursday found that the man who killed five employees of the Capital Gazette newspaper is criminally responsible for the attack, rejecting his plea of insanity. Jarrod Ramos walked into the Capital Gazette offices in June 2018 and opened...