Ammunition found in von Brunn's car

June 18, 2009 1:54:52 PM PDT
Authorities say they found dozens of rounds of ammunition in the car belonging to the white supremacist charged with shooting and killing a security guard at the U.S. Holocaust Museum. In a document filed Wednesday, FBI officials say their search of 88-year-old James von Brunn's car recovered live .22-caliber ammunition. They also found business cards advertising von Brunn's Web site and another site that claims the Navy's USS Liberty was "brutally attacked" by Israeli forces in 1967.

Among other items in the car were glass fragments, matchboxes and a disabled parking permit.

Von Brunn faces murder charges in the death of Stephen T. Johns. Authorities say von Brunn's car was parked outside of the Washington, D.C., museum during last week's shooting.

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