Lawyer says 'gunman who killed five at Maryland newspaper' should be described as 'evil' rather than 'crazy'

A lawyer has said that 'evil as all get-out' would be a better way of describing the man accused of fatally shooting five people at a Maryland newspaper, rather than calling him 'crazy.'   

Brennan McCarthy, who represented a woman harassed by Jarrod Ramos years ago, said he was 'evil as all get-out' in a pretrial hearing as prosecutors and defense attorneys battled about whether prosecutors properly shared information about the case with the defense. 

Ramos faces scheduled trial in November on five counts of first-degree murder.

Defense attorneys for Ramos subpoenaed McCarthy, because they believe he may have documents to support the defendant's plea of not criminally responsible - Maryland's version of an insanity defense. 

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