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Baltimore Sun reporters Tim Prudente and Scott Dance write: An armored truck rumbled outside the Capital Gazette newspaper office in Annapolis. Police with assault rifles walked the street. Yellow crime tape cordoned off the newsroom where the journalists were fatally shot.

And across the street, their colleagues — two reporters, one photographer — were working to report the story of the day, the massacre of their friends and co-workers.

Read the complete Baltimore Sun article here.

To follow the coverage of the “targeted attack” on the Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis and information on the lives of those slain, go

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