Maryland shooting suspect battled newspaper in court and lost

Maryland shooting suspect battled newspaper in court and lostLaw enforcement sources told the Capital Gazette that police had identified the suspect as Jarrod Warren Ramos, a resident of Laurel, Maryland, who sued the newspaper and one of its journalists in 2012, alleging defamation. Almost a year earlier, Thomas Hartley, a former columnist for The Capital, the group’s flagship paper, wrote a column describing the suspect’s interactions with an unnamed woman Ramos contacted over Facebook, court documents showed. Hartley said Ramos had sent her numerous emails in which he called her vulgar names and told her to kill herself.


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Kate Spade's Husband Reveals She Battled Depression, Says They'd Been Living Apart for 10 Months

  1. Kate Spade’s Husband Reveals She Battled Depression, Says They’d Been Living Apart for 10 Months  PEOPLE.com
  2. Kate Spade’s suicide is part of a disturbing trend in the US that’s getting worse  Business Insider
  3. Inside Kate and Andy Spade’s 24-Year Marriage: They Had ‘Some Very Difficult Periods’ (Exclusive)  Entertainment Tonight
  4. Kate Spade suffered years of mental illness, sister says. Suicide ‘not unexpected’  Kansas City Star
  5. Dear Kate Spade: Your handbags (and earmuffs) brought us so much joy — I’m sorry you were so sad  Fox News
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Kate Spade's sister claims designer battled mental illness for years before her death

  1. Kate Spade’s sister claims designer battled mental illness for years before her death  USA TODAY
  2. Kate Spade ‘could make me laugh so hard’: comedian David said of sister-in-law  ABC News
  3. Details emerge about Kate Spade’s suicide note, personal struggles  CBS News
  4. Kate Spade suffered years of mental illness, sister says. Suicide ‘not unexpected’  Kansas City Star
  5. The media coverage of Kate Spade’s death was frankly unacceptable  The Independent
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Militia Leader Who Battled US During Iraq War Leads Election

  1. Militia Leader Who Battled US During Iraq War Leads Election  New York Times
  2. In First Election Since Defeat Of ISIS, Iraqis Deliver Surprising Results  NPR
  3. Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s bloc takes lead in Iraq poll  Financial Times
  4. How Iraq’s elections proved ‘status quo’ expectations wrong  Aljazeera.com
  5. Iraqi Voters Seem to Reject US, Iran With Support for Sadr  Wall Street Journal
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