The shooting took place at the offices of the Family Research Council, which is located at 801 G Street, about a block west of the Verizon Center.
A source tells ABC7′s Scott Thuman that the suspect is Floyd Corkin, 28, of Virginia.
FRC Shooter, Floyd Corkin
Sources say Corkin walked into the Family Research Council and said “It’s not about you, it’s about the policy,” and then shot the guard.
The guard, who was shot in the shoulder, was conscious and breathing after the incident.
The suspect was taken into custody by the FBI and was being interviewed. Authorities later found his vehicle at the East Falls Church Metro station.
When, oh, when, will the lamestream media begin to do their jobs? Will we see this story on the NBC Nightly News or World News Tonight? We shall see. Oh, and did you hear? Authorities found Chick-fil-A paraphernalia in the suspect’s car. Gee, wonder what those implications are? /sarc
From Greta’s show On the Record last week, Franklin Graham was on to discuss the recent persecution of a Christian pastor in Iran, who has been put on trial and faces the death penalty for apostasy against Islam.
I am praying for this pastor and his family. This type of religious bigotry should not be happening in this day or age.
Again, must we continue to parrot the lie that Islam is a relgion of peace?
This video is for all the Tebow naysayers out there. The 4th quarter ended in a 23 to 23 tie, but in overtime, Tebow passed to Taylor for a miracle run for the end zone. The Bronco’s take the 29 to 23 win in the first OT play.
Bill Maher’s “Real Time” should be interesting this Friday…it’s the season premiere. It would be a safe bet to say he’s gonna rip Tim Tebow and Christianity again. Oh, Bill…can you please, for once, be unpredictable?
No, this is not a new video. I just ran across it viewing other things, and as I watched I realized tears were streaming down my cheeks. I remember my Granny, who is now passed on, singing this in church when I was just a little girl. I remember her finding it my hymnal for me, and as I stood there beside her, I held her hand and swayed with her as we both sang this beautiful hymn praising Christ, our Lord and Savior.
Granny, this one’s for you. I know you remember us singing this, too. I also remember you playing it on your piano at home. I miss you so very much.