Ramos' sister delivers conflicting testimony in Capital Gazette case

The younger sister of the convicted gunman in the Capital Gazette mass shooting returned to the stand Friday morning as the jury heard contrasting, and at times, conflicting testimony. Day four of the insanity phase of the Capital Gazette trial was characterized by defense witnesses contradicting themselves and each other. Defense expert Dr. Thomas Hyde took the stand and told the jury: "Mr. Ramos suffers from autism spectrum disorder, without impairment, without catatonia ... He had a great deal of difficulty maintaining relationships ... He never seemed to pick up on non-verbal cues ... He worked night shifts to avoid interacting with others."

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