The suspect in the attack on the newspaper in the United States were indicted on 23 counts
The suspect in the attack on the newspaper Capital Gazette in Annapolis Jerrod Ramos was charged on 23 counts. About it reports CNN with reference to the statement of the Prosecutor.
Man charged with five counts of murder of the magazine’s staff, attempt to commit murder in the first degree and 17 other counts, including armed robbery and unlawful use of a weapon.
Recall, June 28, unknown staged a shooting in the newspaper Capital Gazette. The suspect was detained and questioned by the police.