Report: Annapolis Shooting Suspect Sent Letter Vowing Slaughter on Day of Attack


Jerrod Ramos, who is charged with killing five employees of The Capital newspaper in Annapolis, reportedly sent three “threatening letters” before last week’s shooting. The Baltimore Sun reports that the paper’s former attorney turned over a letter signed by Ramos, claiming he was on his way to their newsroom “with the objective of killing every person present.”

The lawyer received the letter on Monday, but it was dated June 28, the day of the shooting. Police also say Ramos mailed two other letters to Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals and a Baltimore City judge, but declined to describe them further. Ramos has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder. Read more at THE BALTIMORE SUN.



  1. A week before the shooting the Capital Gazette reported that Annapolis Police will be conducting an active shooter drill. The Annapolis Police Department released a statement claiming that residents “should be aware that real-life sights and sounds may be seen and heard along the periphery of the campus and a variety of emergency response vehicles will be in the area.”

    This is not the first time the shooting happened on the day of a shooting drill. The question is whether this was another false flag or a coincidence?

  2. Keep encouraging slash tolerating every creepy look and then ask yourself y we have a bunch of creeps and if the liberal media can mention the hat he was supposedly wearing then I can mention this the difference is that I am not making it up unlike the media


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