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Accused museum shooter appears in court

Accused museum shooter appears in court

WASHINGTON, Sept. 2 (UPI) -- The man accused of slaying a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum must undergo a psychiatric evaluation, a Washington judge ruled Wednesday.
Child porn found in museum suspect home

Child porn found in museum suspect home

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.
Rifle, painting of Jesus, Hitler seized

Rifle, painting of Jesus, Hitler seized

BALTIMORE, June 18 (UPI) -- Authorities took a rifle, ammunition and a painting of Jesus and Hitler from the apartment of a man accused of killing a U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum guard.
Son: Von Brunn gave no warning signs

Son: Von Brunn gave no warning signs

NEW YORK, June 16 (UPI) -- The son of the elderly man charged with killing a guard at the holocaust museum in Washington said Monday there were no warning signs of violence.

Alleged shooter expected to survive

WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPI) -- The suspect wounded in the killing of a guard at Washington's Holocaust Memorial Museum is expected to recover, the FBI said.
Von Brunn's son calls his father a coward

Von Brunn's son calls his father a coward

WASHINGTON, June 12 (UPI) -- Erik von Brunn apologized Friday to the son of the man his father allegedly killed at the Holocaust Museum in Washington and accused his father of "cowardice."
Ex-wife: Von Brunn may have wanted to die

Ex-wife: Von Brunn may have wanted to die

WASHINGTON, June 11 (UPI) -- A woman who was once married to accused killer James von Brunn said Thursday she believes he went to the Holocaust Museum in Washington hoping to die there.
Hero Stephen Johns foiled Holocaust Museum massacre

Hero Stephen Johns foiled Holocaust Museum massacre

WASHINGTON, June 11 (UPI) -- It took until he was 88 years old, but James von Brunn finally got his heart's desire to kill an innocent black man. He still went out a failure when he expressed his terrorist outrage at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on the National Mall in Washington on Wednesday. Heroic guard Stephen T. Johns, 39, a popular, universally respected security professional, stopped him at the cost of his own life and other guards.
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