James Wenneker Von Brunn

ABOUT THIS STORY |  Federal authorities had charged James W. von Brunn of Annapolis with the June 10, 2009, killing of Stephen T. Johns, a security guard at the National Holocaust Memorial Museum. Von Brunn, who was charged with shooting Johns in the chest with a rifle shortly before two other guards returned fire, died in a North Carolina prison on Jan. 6, 2010.


James W. von Brunn (Courtesy Talbot County Sherrif's Office).


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When Wendy Holland heard that a security guard was gunned down at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum last June, she didn't think much of it. She saw the clip on the evening news and went back to life as a 17-year-old in Prince George's County: advanced classes, sports practices, hanging out with...
 
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