Remembering The 5 Journalists Killed At The Capital Gazette | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC


on my heart just goes out to the families and friends of the people who were unfortunately killed or something that crossed my mind when I took the internship that I might see people died people that were nothing but welcome in Comfort to me that was a Capital Gazette intern Anthony messenger talking about his experience Thursday when a gunman opened fire in the paper’s Newsroom killing 5 people who want to highlight those victims he mentioned in the words of their colleagues who were forced to write a actuaries for their friends and co-workers and voice of the Annapolis news organization writing skate insightful and always exacting editorials about the community he was a guardian angel he was a guardian against libel the Arbiter of taste and A peculiar and endearing figure in The Newsroom full of characters assistant editor and columnist Rob highest and he was hired quote to Adam or human Dimension to news coverage and indeed he became known for stories about people and community life he celebrated his 33rd wedding anniversary last week with a for journalists who teaches English at Dulaney high school Thursday was her 50th birthday and some knowledge of regional Sports a former editor noting the need for versatility at small papers that McNamara could write he can he can design Pages he was just a jack-of-all-trades and a fantastic person editor and Community reporter Wendy Winters was in her second career Jetta talent for connecting with the community and documenting people’s achievements and important local event Beyond The Newsroom she identified herself as a proud Navy mom at church youth advisor Red Cross volunteer and a girl scout leader who can make a mean s’more on her Facebook page as a survivor of endometriosis and a dog mom ever a touching reference to her fiance these folks on the Capital Gazette website and we truly hope you do they were people doing a job to inform their community in the world they deserve to be remembered waiting on that button down there and click on any of the videos here to watch the latest interviews and highlights you can get more MSNBC for free every day with our newsletters just visit msnbc.com newsletters to sign up now
Five journalists were killed at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis and their colleagues were forced to write obituaries for their friends and coworkers. Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle read those obituaries and share who Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Wendi Winters, and Rebecca Smith were.
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