Annapolis shooter made threats for years, yet nobody pressed charges

Jarrod Ramos, prime suspect in the shooting incident at the Capital Gazette office which killed 5 people, had been threatening the newspaper for years. In 2012, Ramos had filed a
defamation case after they wrote about a criminal harassment case he was convicted of. Ramos threatened to make "corpses out of corrupt careers" from on Twitter, yet no charges were pressed.