Ramos documents show he suffered from persecutorial delusions, defense says

Day five of the insanity phase of the Capital Gazette mass shooting trial began with a defense bid to block a key prosecution expert from taking the stand. The judge denied the motion and the proceedings continued. For almost three hours Tuesday morning, a private investigator hired by the defense read aloud to the jury excerpts from court documents he was tapped to collect. The documents included filings from a series of district, circuit and appeals court cases that span three counties over some 10 years.

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