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Holocaust Museum Shooting Update

Shooter IDed as James W. von Brunn. Apparently, anti-Semite white supremacist. Here’s his webpage. Google cache here. Said things about how Hitler screwed up by not gassing enough Jews. Shooter had a shotgun. Was shot by armed guards.

Update: Also tried to arrest Federal Reserve Board of Governors for treason. Was convicted by jury of Negroes (his words, not mine). Sounds like a real piece of work.

Also, a possible truther.

Update: Also, 88 years old.

21 Responses to “Holocaust Museum Shooting Update”

  1. Justin Buist Says:

    Well, there’s a bucket ‘o crazy if I ever saw one.

  2. Rustmeister Says:

    Even the greatest generation had their defectives.

  3. RAH Says:

    The old man probably figured he was going to die soon and it was his chance to kill some jews. Suicide by cop.

  4. Ron W Says:

    “Update: Also tried to arrest Federal Reserve Board of Governors for treason. Was convicted by jury of Negroes (his words, not mine). Sounds like a real piece of work.”

    I suppose that’s good timing for some sympathy for the international banking cartel since Ron Paul’s H.R. 1207 to audit the Fed has gained 190 or so co-sponosrs in the House.

    And hey, didn’t he know the shotgun was illegal in washington D.C.?

  5. Hypnagogue Says:

    A felon in possession? What? Wow, is he ever in trouble now….

    And since this will get spun a justifying gun control, here’s some counterspin: “Thank goodness an armed citizen was there to prevent more loss of life.”

  6. nk Says:

    Senile dementia. May be “precocious” (Alzheimers) depending on onset, otherwise it’s hardening of the little blood vessels in the brain. Personally, I don’t trust anybody over eighty. Except my mother.

  7. Tam Says:

    Holy jebus, have you read his manifesto?!?

    This guy didn’t avoid women, Mandrake, but he did deny them his essence… if you know what I mean.

    I’m surprised that the pulsating crazy in his head didn’t cause beams of light to shine out of his ears at night.

  8. BillH Says:

    I’m seeing reports he had a .22 rifle. The shotgun report may come from a situation he was involved in years ago. And I agree with Tam, this guy is so full-blown looney tunes, he should have his own third world country.

  9. Tam Says:

    Hey, guess what?

    Remember the Nazi in my comments section back in ’07? He was a big fan! I knew I recognized that web page!

  10. deez Says:

    NK, did you read your mom’s manifesto? it might be the only way to be sure you can trus her.

  11. SayUncle Says:

    Wow, tam. up next: crazy loony read gun blog! it’ll be in the press!

  12. Tam Says:

    Wow, tam. up next: crazy loony read gun blog! itíll be in the press!

    No, I meant my Nazi was a big fan of this Nazi.

  13. Murdoc Says:

    I’m amazed that they found out all this stuff about the guy so fast. They don’t even seem to care who it was that shot that serviceman at the recruiting center.

  14. nk Says:

    NK, did you read your momís manifesto? it might be the only way to be sure you can trus her.

    She likes dogs and me. That’s good enough.

  15. SoupOrMan Says:

    Murdoc:

    Iím amazed that they found out all this stuff about the guy so fast. They donít even seem to care who it was that shot that serviceman at the recruiting center.

    Totally different from what the Justice Department said to watch for, and thus not important. If I was a conspiracy theorist, I’d be running as many checks as I could find to determine that this guy and the one who murdered Dr. Tiller were false-flag operations or these two were goaded into their actions by political operatives harassing them. I’m very happy I’m not a conspiracy theorist and figure it’s two more guys who managed to get guns when they shouldn’t have had any of them and both of whom decided “Today’s the day.”

  16. Natalia Says:

    SoupOrMan, it’s probably better that they had guns. If they couldn’t get guns, they’d probably make bombs or poison gas. Those are much more efficient killers than guns. Psychos are going to act psycho, can’t do much but wait until they lose it, then hope you’re a quicker draw.

  17. JokersWild Says:

    A possible truther? Why mention that?

  18. Tam Says:

    Uh, ’cause it’s a good pointer for being nuttier than a shithouse rat?

  19. chris Says:

    A possible truther? Why mention that?

    Apparently he had a published piece at the free republic on 9/11 conspiracy… the free republc has since pulled it…

  20. JokersWild Says:

    I think the neo-nazi beliefs is more than sufficient to establish that fact. MSNBC, no surprise, has already started in with the Department of Homeland Security memo regarding domestic terrorists. I believe if you start painting people that are generally liberty minded and pro 2nd Amendment, such as the truthers, into the corner with nut jobs like this you’re eroding support from your own house. And call me crazy but we need all the gun loving liberty freaks we can get these days, even old crazy uncle Larry.

  21. JokersWild Says:

    And so it begins, via David Codrea’s Guns Rights Examiner pointing to Talking Points Memo:

    Of course, the plural of anecdote isn’t data–but this is just the sort of violent extremism the DHS report warned about.

    The possible passage of new restrictions on firearms and the return of military veterans facing significant challenges reintegrating into their communities could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks….

    Rightwing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of particular religious, racial or ethnic groups), and those that are mainly antigovernment, rejecting federal authority in favor of state or local authority, or rejecting government authority entirely. It may include groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.

    All of this seems to indicate that the DHS report was actually prescient; its critics refuted. Indeed, one of the chief sources of that criticism was Fox News–which led the charge against Napolitano in the media. And today a Fox anchor acknowledged that it’s time to look at the DHS report in a new light.

    And as I said elsewhere, we’re only 141 days into this national nightmare. They have the national media outlets and the ear of the general populace. We need all the support we can muster.