56-year-old sportswriter John McNamara was among five Capital Gazette employees who were killed on June 28, 2018. His wife of 33 years, who wears his press pass "almost every day," decided to finish his life’s work.
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32 days ago, 5 members of the media were murdered at the Capitol Gazette. Just 32 days ago. And Trump is still telling his loyalists that the press is “enemy of the people.” His words incite hate, violence and fear. It is despicable. Period.
A free press, and those journalists who embody the ideals of the First Amendment, is critical to our democracy. The flags are lowered to half-staff today in honor of the five journalists killed in the senseless attack on the Capital Gazette.
A copy of today’s and white lilies placed at the Capital Gazette’s press box seat at Camden Yards. will hold #Oriolesa moment of silence before tonight’s game for the victims of the . #CapitalGazetteShooting #Annapolis #Baltimore
Packers NT B.J. Raji plans to retire after 7 seasons with the team. (First reported by the Green Bay Press-Gazette)