Capital Gazette gunman constantly harassed journalists on Twitter. Why wasn't he stopped?

  1. Capital Gazette gunman constantly harassed journalists on Twitter. Why wasn’t he stopped?  USA TODAY
  2. She has now revealed that she warned police five years ago that he would be ‘the next mass shooter’  Daily Mail
  3. Suspect charged in targeted shooting at Capital Gazette; 5 killed, others injured  WBAL Baltimore
  4. Suspect swore ‘oath’ to kill Capital staff years ago, had restraining orders — but bought gun legally  Baltimore Sun
  5. The Massacre in a Maryland Newsroom  New York Times
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Capital Gazette gunman constantly harassed journalists on Twitter. Why wasn't he stopped?

This week’s mass shooting at a Maryland newspaper office by a man who for years menaced reporters on social media spotlights the struggle law enforcement and social media companies face as they try to police cyberstalking and harassment on platforms that are used by billions around the globe.

     

 

 


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Trump Today: President celebrates tax law and says journalists should be not be attacked

  1. Trump Today: President celebrates tax law and says journalists should be not be attacked  MarketWatch
  2. Donald Trump claims tax cuts have led to ‘economic miracle’ as trade war looms  The Guardian
  3. Go for Growth, Fellow Dems  Wall Street Journal
  4. Democrats badly underestimated Trump  CNN
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Milo Yiannopoulos called for 'gunning journalists down on sight,' says it was 'private joke'

“I can’t wait for vigilante squads to start gunning journalists down on sight,” the author and agitator told a reporter for the New York Observer over a text message. The news outlet, which wrote about the incident this week, was working on a feature story about a New York City restaurant that Yiann

     

 

 


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Milo Yiannopoulos called for 'gunning journalists down on sight,' calls it 'private joke'

“I can’t wait for vigilante squads to start gunning journalists down on sight,” the author and agitator told a reporter for the New York Observer over a text message. The news outlet, which wrote about the incident this week, was working on a feature story about a New York City restaurant that Yiann

     

 

 


Source: USA Today