Holocaust Museum Shooter Will Stand Trial


holocaust-museumThe 88-year-old man accused of shooting a security guard dead at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum will stand trial despite being shot himself in the alleged incident. In a court statement from the FBI, it was revealed that James von Brunn was expected to survive the injuries he sustained in Washington DC on June 10th. Von Brunn “was in [a] critical, but stable, condition with an expectation of survival”, the statement said.He sustained gunshot wounds to the face when guards returned fire after he allegedly opened fire and killed 39-year-old security guard Stephen Johns after entering the museum.

The 88-year-old von Brunn – who was shot in the face – is charged with murder in the Wednesday shooting of 39-year-old security guard Stephen T. Johns.

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