Ramos' younger sister depicts Capital Gazette gunman's childhood

Lawyers in the insanity phase of the Capital Gazette mass shooting trial called Jarrod Ramos' younger sister to the stand Thursday. The defense added evidence plucked from Ramos' jail records and his younger sister's memories. Ramos has been in custody at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center for almost three years, and in that time, he hasn't had a phone conversation with someone on the outside, correctional officer Lt. Kenneth Potter told the court Thursday during direct examination.

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