The judge said Ramos showed no remorse for the crimes and reportedly told a state psychiatrist that he would kill more if released.
A jury rejected defense attorneys' arguments of mental illness, under which defense attorneys had to prove the defendant wasn't criminally responsible.
Last week five newspaper staffers were killed at work. Today the survivors are marching "to help Annapolis heal."
Jarrod Ramos is suspected of killing five people in a newsroom shooting.
Dana Loesch denied she was referring to journalists when she made the comment and claimed she was talking about inaccurate stories.
Thomas Marquardt said the paper wasn't sure how to handle Jarrod Ramos and considered getting a restraining order against him.
One day after five employees were killed, the newspaper kept its promise to put out its Friday edition.
"I'm going to need more than a couple days of news coverage and some thoughts and prayers," Capital Gazette staff writer Selene San Felice said.
Yiannopoulos encouraged people to believe the opposite of what the media was telling them and said if anyone was to blame, it was the publications that stirred up "fake hysteria."