Corkins Photos on Townhall

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              This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a  gun at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the Family Research Council in Washington last year.  P

    This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a gun at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the Family Research Council in Washington last year. P

    Posted: 4/22/2013 2:08:22 PM EST
    This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a gun at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the Family Research Council in Washington last year. Prosecutors say a Virginia man who planned a mass killing at the Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group should spend 45 years in prison for his plot. Corkins pleaded guilty to three charges in February: interstate transportation of a firearm, assault with intent to kill while armed and committing an act of terrorism while armed. The first charge carries a maximum of 10 years in prison and the two other charges carry a maximum 30 years in prison. Sentencing is set for April 29. (AP Photo/US Attorney's office)
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              This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a backpack, gun, ammunition and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the

    This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a backpack, gun, ammunition and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the

    Posted: 4/22/2013 2:08:22 PM EST
    This handout photo provided by the US Attorney's office shows a backpack, gun, ammunition and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches at the scene where Floyd Corkins II shot a security guard at the Family Research Council in Washington last year. Prosecutors say a Virginia man who planned a mass killing at the Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group should spend 45 years in prison for his plot. Corkins pleaded guilty to three charges in February: interstate transportation of a firearm, assault with intent to kill while armed and committing an act of terrorism while armed. The first charge carries a maximum of 10 years in prison and the two other charges carry a maximum 30 years in prison. Sentencing is set for April 29. (AP Photo/US Attorney's office)