Court appearance cancelled for charged Capital Gazette shooter

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ANNAPOLIS, Md. – A court appearance for Jarrod Ramos, who is charged with shooting and killing five people in the Capital Gazette newsroom, has been cancelled.

Judge William Mulford II said Ramos’ appearance for Monday was taken off the docket. Ramos’ lawyer entered Ramos’ appearance by filing documents, cancelling the need for an appearance.

Officials say the documents included requests for discovery and a speedy trial.

Ramos was indicted on 23 counts on July 20.

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