- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 11, 2009

GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A western Michigan man is the registered owner of a Web site dedicated to the white supremacist writings of the suspect in the gun attack Wednesday on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

James W. von Brunn, 88, was hospitalized in critical condition after the shooting attack in Washington that left a security guard dead.

The Web site www.holywesternempire.org promotes von Brunn’s book “Kill the Best Gentiles!” It’s registered to Steve Reimink, 45, of Ottawa County’s Grand Haven Township.

Reimink’s address is about 25 miles west of Grand Rapids.

An Associated Press reporter met a man and woman outside the house and identified himself. The man said, “I don’t know what you’re talking about. All I know is, you’re trespassing.”

Phone and e-mail messages also were left for Reimink Wednesday seeking comment.

The Web site promotes the book as “a new, hard-hitting expose of the JEW CONSPIRACY to destroy the White gene-pool” and offers copies for sale for $10.

“Here are 350pp of FACTS condensing libraries of information about the Talmud, Democracy, Marx, Genetics, Money, Aryans, Negroes, Khazars, The Holy Bible, Treason, Mass-media, Mendelism, Race, the ‘Holocaust’ and a host of suppressed ‘bigoted’ subjects, all supported by quotations from many of history’s greatest personages,” the site says.

Law enforcement officials said von Brunn’s car was found near the museum and tested for explosives. The weapon was a .22-caliber rifle, they added. They spoke on condition of anonymity, saying they were not authorized to discuss the investigation just beginning.

In 1983, von Brunn was convicted of attempting to kidnap members of the Federal Reserve Board and served more than six years in prison.

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