Capital Gazette gunman weighed ‘Timothy McVeigh-style’ attack

The man who killed five people at the Annapolis Capital Gazette office said he wanted to destroy a building “Timothy McVeigh-style” and that there was “no defense” for the crimes he committed in the shooting, attorneys said.

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