Video shown to jurors in insanity phase of Capital Gazette case

The second phase of the trial for Jarrod Ramos began Tuesday after the defense delivered an opening statement and started calling witnesses. This part of the trial will determine whether the Capital Gazette gunman is criminally responsible for killing five people when he stormed the Annapolis newsroom in a mass shooting three years and one day ago. Through opening statements, the defense made it clear that they're using the same evidence as the prosecution in this case, but using it prove Ramos was insane for years before the mass shooting and remains so to this day.

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