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“I was in basketball shorts,” he told me, “playing a fucking video game.” Having worked until midnight a day earlier, covering elections, he’d been given a day off by the paper’s assistant editor, Rob Hiaasen. A tweet that Cook posted a few hours after the shooting, as he tried to report on it from a pickup truck with two other staffers, went viral.

“I’d been tweeting that we didn’t know how many had been killed, we didn’t know this, we didn’t know that,” he said.

A few days after the shooting took place, he met a man who went to high school with Ramos.

The man gave Cook a yearbook with Ramos’s signature in it.

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His death is my fault." This message, according to Carter's legal team, was raised at trial as if she sent it to Roy directly – when in fact she texted it to friends months later. Like I don’t get why you aren’t." When Roy hesitated, and told her he was having second thoughts, she sent long messages telling him to urge him on: "You’re so hesitant because you keeping over thinking it and keep pushing it off. The more you push it off, the more it will eat at you. All you have to do is turn the generator on and you will be free and happy. No more waiting." She also sent him information she researched on suicide methods – how to ensure he died by carbon monoxide, how long it would take, the equipment he would need to purchase, and how it would be "all pain free." Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter last June.

“Well, I wanted to tweet something certain.” So he wrote, “I can tell you this: We are putting out a damn paper tomorrow.” The tweet was liked nearly sixty-five thousand times.

Cook has taken on arguably the hardest post-shooting assignment for his paper. I’m gonna treat it as unbiasedly as possible.” He’d volunteered for the assignment despite his editor’s concerns that he’d be further traumatized.

Today More Than Ever,” which he’d acquired a few years ago.

“I’m wearing this to a memorial tonight,” he said, of the shirt.

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