‘I have been tormented’: Woman stalked by suspected Capital Gazette shooter speaks out02:48
The suspected gunman who killed five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper offices in Annapolis, Maryland, had a long-held grudge with the paper dating back to a 2011 stalking case, according to authorities. Now, the woman at the center of that case is speaking out exclusively to NBC News, saying she has been “tormented” and “terrorized” for years. NBC’s Catie Beck reports.
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