Remembering the victims of the Capital Gazette shooting

The five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland.
0:57 | 06/30/18

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The city of annapolis holding vigils and a candlelight walk in tribute to the lives lost at the "Capital gazette," the paper calling themmer replaceable. Among them Gerald Fischman, a writer known for his wit. Rob hiaasen, columnist and editor who just celebrated his 33rd wedding anniversary. John Mcnamara, long-time sports reporter and fan. Rebecca Smith. She loved her job. Her fiance, her daughter, and her dog. Reporter Wendi winters. A mother of four, a church youth adviser and girl scout leader. The dedicated journalists at the "Gazette" push including pain to put out a paper today, the opinion page reading simply, "Today we are speechless. This page is intentionally left blank to commemorate the victims of the shooting at our office." There is family I and there is work family. We should cherish them both.

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