Man Accused of the Capital Gazette Attack Pleads Not Guilty.

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Jarrod Ramos, the man accused of killing five employees at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. in June 2018, has changed his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity. The Associated Press (AP) reported that lawyers for Ramos said in April that he was not criminally responsible "because of a mental disorder" and because he lacked the "capacity to appreciate the criminality of his conduct." Generally, a judge or jury would consider whether the defendant is not criminally responsible after the trial, said...

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