Ramos (38) appeared by video link from jail and did not speak during the proceedings.
Police spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure said officers arrived within about 60 seconds and took the gunman into custody without an exchange of gunfire. "Thirty minutes is a long time, and I just-the answer is not good, right?" she continued, according to The Daily Beast.
He also said he was not lowering USA flags in Annapolis given the administration's decision, since he did not want doing so to "polarize people". They recovered a gun and said he also carried smoke grenades.
He also said there was "one victim who attempted to escape through the backdoor and was shot at that point".
"He said something along the lines of he was anxious about me, that I hadn't responded to him in three or four days, what was wrong with me, why was I doing this to him?" Anne Arundel County Executive Steven Schuh told CNN he was found hiding under a desk in the building when police arrived.
Ramos so routinely sent profanity-laced tweets about the paper and its writers that retired publisher Tom Marquardt said he called police in 2013, telling his wife at the time, "This guy could really hurt us". "It is hard to keep up with them", Altomare said.
CBS News' Chip Reid spoke to Brennan McCarthy, the attorney who represented the woman Ramos harassed.
The woman said Ramos told her that he was having some problems, so she suggested he see a counselor.
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A spokeswoman for the mayor of Annapolis, Maryland, says employees of the Capital Gazette will march in the city's Fourth of July parade.
Speaking about the shooting, Trump said last week: "This attack shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief".
"Journalists covering their own communities are vulnerable to violent attack".
The president tweeted: "My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families".
Officials called the violence a "targeted attack". "We will not ever leave your side". "We're all still reeling from it and none of us expected something like this to happen".
The paper devoted its opinion page to the memory of the victims.
The newspaper's editors left the editorial page blank with a note saying that they were speechless.