A woman who was harassed by Jarrod Ramos, the gunman accused of shooting and killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper in Maryland on Thursday, says she felt "tormented and traumatized" by the suspect.
Police identified the dead as John McNamara, 56; Robert Hiaasen, 59; Wendi Winters, 65; Rebecca Smith, 34; and Gerald Fischman, 61.
Marquardt said he once slept with a baseball bat by his bed because he was so anxious about Ramos.
"Welcome, Mr. Moylan, to your unexpected legacy: YOU should have died", the letter reads, per the Sun.
Hours earlier he had mourned the shooting as "horrific" and pledged "eternal support" for families of the victims.
President Trump has used identical language to describe the news media.
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The three letters were dated 28 June, the day of the shooting.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, however, called Buckley Tuesday to inform him they will indeed be lowering the American flag. Judge Thomas Pryal said found a likelihood that the 38-year-old Ramos is a danger. He has also repeatedly referred to the media as "Fake News" and has also called the media "the opposition party in many ways". "I even told my wife, 'We have to be concerned".
'At this point in time, it would start to polarize people, ' he said.
The Maryland newspaper where five people were killed by a gunman last week said it received death threats and emails celebrating the shooting following the attack.
Police said Ramos was armed with a shotgun and carried smoke grenades when he went to the newspaper's offices in Annapolis. She said they emailed back and forth for a while, but if she ever took too long to respond to him, Ramos would begin to threaten her.
According the Sun's account, at least one letter was opened Monday after being sent to the law office of the Capital Gazette's former attorney with instructions to share a copy with Thomas Marquardt, the Capital Gazette's former publisher.