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…If von Brunn acted alone, Chertoff said, "we certainly need to make sure we deal with it from a security standpoint, but it's not the same thing as talking about international terrorism on the other end of the scale. These are all security issues, but it's important to . . . treat them as separate kinds of problems."

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By BRETT ZONGKER and BEN NUCKOLS

WASHINGTON (AP) — James von Brunn carried a lifetime of hatred and an aging rifle to the entrance of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, authorities say, and was met with a simple act of kindness: a security guard opening the door for him.

Critically injured in a hospital bed Thursday, the 88-year-old white supremacist was charged with murdering Steven T. Johns, the black guard…..

On Wednesday, von Brunn parked his 2002 red Hyundai in the middle of traffic outside the museum, according to an FBI affidavit. He grabbed a .22-caliber rifle and walked toward the building. He is charged with first-degree murder and could face the death penalty if convicted, officials said.

The gun was a vintage Winchester rifle manufactured between 1908 and 1928, according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the case. The gun is too old to be traced to a purchaser, the official said….

From: The Radical Right and the Assassination of President Kennedy, by Harrison E. Livingstone: p. 22

“Anna Marie Kuhns-Walko made a discovery in the National Archives of an obscure FBI file label attached to some photographs of a bullet with a damaged nose. I sent photos of the bullet to Craig Roberts, and he identifies this as a .22 slug – a small bullet. He instantly felt that it came from the type of silenced .22 Winchester Model 74 he has said could have been used in the assassination.” 15

“The file label has this comment on it: ‘Photos of bullet claimed to have been removed from President Kennedy.” 16

“The label also indicates that the memo was kept in the New Orleans FBI (although this is an assumption, since it doesn’t say FBI on it) office. It is not clear yet what all this might mean, but on the face of it, it means that everyone has lied about what happened at the autopsy of President Kennedy and that they had in fact found a bullet in Kennedy’s body. Remember, we have a receipt in the official record for a ‘missile’ found at the autopsy.”

“Robert wrote me that ‘This is the same nose shape of a .22 bullet! The base appears to be missing, and the large dent tends to make me think it is soft lead. It does not appear to have rifling marks for some reason, and it is not a metal jacketed bullet.” 17 In addition, Roberts writes that another possibility is that it is a bullet from a 1.77 caliber air rifle, which does not produce rifiling groves, and does not have a .22 bullet type base.18”

“A bit of corroboration exists with an FBI document found in the National Archives with the statement that ‘I told Shanklin FBI has one of the bullets, the other is stuck behind his ear. 19 As attorney Carol Hewett writes, “This is consistent with the writing on the Silbert/O’Neill evidence envelope enclosing a ‘missile’ that had been removed from JFK’s body. It is inconceivable that these FBI agents would mistakenly use the word missile or bullet if what in fact was recovered was merely a small fragment.” 20 On the night of the autopsy, Alan Belmont, a high executive at the FBI, told Clyde Tolson, Hover’s intimate, and Number One assistant, that a bullet had been found lodged behind the President’s ear. 21”

“So we either have some sort of mistake, misinformation, or a huge find with this. If a bullet was found in the body that didn’t match the 6.5 caliber gun, then it is proof positive of a second gunman.”

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…If von Brunn acted alone, Chertoff said, "we certainly need to make sure we deal with it from a security standpoint, but it's not the same thing as talking about international terrorism on the other end of the scale. These are all security issues, but it's important to . . . treat them as separate kinds of problems."

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I HAVE A FEELING THAT THIS .22 CAL RIFLE BULLET DISCUSSED BELOW, THAT'S ARCHIVED AMONG JFK ASSASSINATION RECORDS, IS THE .22 BULLET FOUND BY A POLICEMAN IN THE BASEMENT OF REYNOLDS AUTO AFTER WARREN REYNOLDS WAS SHOT.

THE POLICE ARRESTED DARREL WAYNE GARNER BUT HIS .22 WAS TESTED AND DIDN'T MATCH THE BULLET THAT WAS FOUND IN THE BASEMENT.

SO WHO SHOT WARREN REYNOLDS, DID IT HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE TIPPIT MURDER, AND IS THIS THE BULLET?

OTHER THOUGHTS APPRECIATED,

BK

From: The Radical Right and the Assassination of President Kennedy, by Harrison E. Livingstone: p. 22

“Anna Marie Kuhns-Walko made a discovery in the National Archives of an obscure FBI file label attached to some photographs of a bullet with a damaged nose. I sent photos of the bullet to Craig Roberts, and he identifies this as a .22 slug – a small bullet. He instantly felt that it came from the type of silenced .22 Winchester Model 74 he has said could have been used in the assassination.” 15

“The file label has this comment on it: ‘Photos of bullet claimed to have been removed from President Kennedy.” 16

“The label also indicates that the memo was kept in the New Orleans FBI (although this is an assumption, since it doesn’t say FBI on it) office. It is not clear yet what all this might mean, but on the face of it, it means that everyone has lied about what happened at the autopsy of President Kennedy and that they had in fact found a bullet in Kennedy’s body. Remember, we have a receipt in the official record for a ‘missile’ found at the autopsy.”

“Robert wrote me that ‘This is the same nose shape of a .22 bullet! The base appears to be missing, and the large dent tends to make me think it is soft lead. It does not appear to have rifling marks for some reason, and it is not a metal jacketed bullet.” 17 In addition, Roberts writes that another possibility is that it is a bullet from a 1.77 caliber air rifle, which does not produce rifiling groves, and does not have a .22 bullet type base.18”

“A bit of corroboration exists with an FBI document found in the National Archives with the statement that ‘I told Shanklin FBI has one of the bullets, the other is stuck behind his ear. 19 As attorney Carol Hewett writes, “This is consistent with the writing on the Silbert/O’Neill evidence envelope enclosing a ‘missile’ that had been removed from JFK’s body. It is inconceivable that these FBI agents would mistakenly use the word missile or bullet if what in fact was recovered was merely a small fragment.” 20 On the night of the autopsy, Alan Belmont, a high executive at the FBI, told Clyde Tolson, Hover’s intimate, and Number One assistant, that a bullet had been found lodged behind the President’s ear. 21”

“So we either have some sort of mistake, misinformation, or a huge find with this. If a bullet was found in the body that didn’t match the 6.5 caliber gun, then it is proof positive of a second gunman.”

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