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Holocaust Museum Shooting
James von Brunn, 88, opened fire inside the Holocaust Museum in the nation's capital in June 2009, fatally shooting a security guard before other officers returned fire. On January 6, a government official says  von Brunn died in a prison hospital.
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James von Brunn.

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James von Brunn

This undated photo taken from holywesternempire.org shows James von Brunn.

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Security guard Stephen T. Johns

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James von Brunn’s Web site

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 June 10: A security officer is seen in front of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum after a shooting in Washington.

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 June 11: A collection of flowers and candles are seen at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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Holocaust Museum Shooting

 June 11: Washington police investigator George Klein Jr. examines bullet strikes in one of the doors of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, a day after a shooting left a security officer dead and the gunman wounded.

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 June 10: Police and other officials secure the area in front of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

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June 10: Law enforcement officers secure the perimeter near the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, after a shooting at the museum.

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June 10: Law enforcement officers secure the perimeter near the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, after a shooting at the museum.

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Holocaust Museum Shooting

James von Brunn, 88, opened fire inside the Holocaust Museum in the nation's capital in June 2009, fatally shooting a security guard before other officers returned fire. On January 6, a government official says  von Brunn died in a prison hospital.

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