It was less than five months ago, on an otherwise quiet day in late June, that a man with hand grenades and a gun came through the doors of the Capital Gazette, a newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland, just a short drive out of Washington DC, and started shooting journalists.
The man had a longstanding grudge against the paper. At the end of his rampage, five people had been shot to death, four of them journalists, including 61-year-old editorial page editor Gerald Fischman. The other person killed was 34-year-old Ms Rebecca Smith, a recently hired sales assistant.
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