Annapolis Shooter’s Symbols Set Off Frenzy of Right-Wing Conspiracy Theories

The Thursday shooting at the Annapolis Capital Gazette that left five people dead has set off a whirlwind of conspiracy theories on the right-wing internet.

The leading strand of conspiracy theories focuses on the diamond-like symbols that 39-year-old shooting suspect Jarrod W. Ramos—who had a long-running grudge against the paper over a failed defamation lawsuit—edited onto photos of his enemies.

Ramos used a picture of one of his perceived enemies with the symbol edited onto his head as his own Twitter profile picture, prompting a number of conspiracy theorists to mistakenly believe that the picture showed Ramos himself with the diamond symbol……Click Here To Keep Reading

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