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>> The Capital Gazette, keeping it's word and publishing the paper one day after five of their own employees were shot dead by a gunman. Their pictures on the front page.>> First victims name is Wendy Winters. Second victim is Rebecca Smith. Third victim is Robert Hiaasen. Fourth victim is Gerald Fischman.
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And the fifth victim is John McNamara.>> McNamara worked for the Capital for more than two decades. He was an avid sports fan covering the topic for the paper and authored two books about his Almamatar, the University of Maryland. Robert Hiaasen was an assistant editor and a Sunday columnist since 2010.
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The father of three had celebrated his 33rd anniversary with his wife just days before he was killed. His brother Carl Hiaasen, and a best selling author, wrote in a Facebook post that his brother spent his whole gifted career as a journalist. And he believed profoundly in the craft and mission of serving the public's right to know the news.
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Wendy Winters was a reporter and columnist since 2002, often providing her own photos and videos to accompany her stories. The New York native and Navy mom was a volunteer with the Girl Scouts and Red Cross. Gerald Fishman was the editorial page editor, and worked at the capital for more than 25 years.
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Those who worked with him say the 61 year old was a guardian against libel and an endearing figure in the news room. 34 year old Rebecca Smith recently joined the paper as a sales assistant. She was engaged to be married and was known for being thoughtful, kind and considerate.