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    FRC shooting suspect was volunteering at DC LGBT Community Center

    FRC shooting suspect was volunteering at DC LGBT Community Center

    It has just been confirmed that Family Research Council shooting suspect Floyd Corkins II had been volunteering at the DC Center for the LGBT Community for the past six months.

    From the AP:

    David Mariner is executive director of The DC Center for the LGBT Community. He says Corkins had been volunteering at the center for about the past 6 months. Mariner describes Corkins as “kind, gentle and unassuming.”

    Corkins, in his late 20s, is the suspect in the shooting that occurred in the lobby of the Family Research Council headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C., Wednesday morning. According to law enforcement officials, Corkins made negative comments about the FRC prior to shooting security guard Leo Johnson in the arm. Corkins also reportedly had a Chick-fil-A bag with him at the time.

    As of 6pm Wednesday evening, the White House has not released a statement regarding the shooting.

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    Aggie95 | August 15, 2012 at 9:49 pm

    well now that the LGBT community has a history of hate speach and violence anyone think these LGBT groups will be labeled by SPLC as hate groups


     
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    jdkchem | August 15, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Obviously we need to exercise reasonable gun control by not allowing registered democrats to own guns. Or sharp objects.

    A distraction from the battle.


     
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    WarEagle82 | August 15, 2012 at 10:55 pm

    I guess it is okay if the truly tolerant people only hate people who hate other people who are intolerant. Or something like that. Don’t worry. Joe Biden will explain it to us…


     
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    theduchessofkitty | August 16, 2012 at 12:17 am

    There was something I noticed that, frankly, seems I have seen before.

    Today’s attacker kept yelling at the security guard not to shoot him, because, it wasn’t him, it was his employer’s policies.

    Didn’t that [email protected]$$ who harassed and intimidated that girl at the Chick-fil-A drive-thru in Tucson back on August 1 say the same thing?

    Have any of you noticed that… at all?


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