(USA Today) Brennan McCarthy spent years staring out the window, expecting one day to see Jarrod Ramos coming for him.
In his 19 years of practicing law, McCarthy, an attorney in Annapolis, Maryland, said he never came across any person who frightened him as much as Ramos.
That same man is now charged with killing five people at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis on Thursday.
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"Of the thousands of people I’ve dealt with in court, this guy stuck," McCarthy told USA TODAY. "I was extremely scared that he was going to do something to me and my family."