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Child porn found in museum suspect home

June 19, 2009 at 7:51 AM
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WASHINGTON, June 19 (UPI) -- Investigators found child pornography on a computer used by the 88-year-old suspect in the Holocaust Memorial Museum slaying in Washington, the FBI says.

The suspect, James von Brunn, meanwhile remained in a Washington hospital, charged with murder in the June 10 fatal shooting of security guard Stephen Johns. Von Brunn, an alleged white supremacist, was shot in the face by other guards.

Court documents filed Wednesday said the pornography was found on a desktop computer during a search of von Brunn's Annapolis, Md., home. Further investigation was expected, CNN reported.

The FBI also reported finding ammunition for a .22 caliber rifle, believed used in the shooting.

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