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ANNAPOLIS (Md.) -- Area Southern Baptists are in shock, mourning and offering aid after a mass shooter killed five Annapolis, Md., newspaper employees in the town where friendships easily overlap, pastors told Baptist Press.
"Annapolis is a small town of about 50,000 people, and everybody is very well connected to just about all five of the victims," said Donnie Reynolds, senior pastor of Centerpoint Church, a third mile from the Capital Gazette newspaper where the victims were killed while working. "You know these people. Everyone has had interaction with them ... so it's a very personal tragedy.... Everybody is in shock." Read More