Attacker admits plans for violence facilitated by $PLC's 'hate' listings
A key leader of the Washington-based Family Research Council,
the pro-family organization attacked by “gay” terrorist Floyd Lee
Corkins, II, last year, says he is asking the government to stop
utilizing the organization that likely influenced Corkins’ decision to
attack innocent workers at FRC’s Washington office.
Retired Lt. Gen. William G. “Jerry” Boykin, the executive vice
president of FRC and also a member of the board of WND.com, also is
asking the U.S. news media to stop citing reports, statements and claims
from the Southern Poverty Law Center, which he said legitimizes the organization.
The reason is that Corkins, who has pleaded guilty to a charge of
domestic terrorism, confirmed to the FBI that he obtained information
about the FRC from the “hate group” listing posted online by the SPLC,
and that’s how he picked his target.
According to the government’s sentencing memorandum in the case
against Corkins, who is now expected to be sentenced sometime in June,
the “mass killing of innocent civilians” was averted narrowly by “the
heroic intervening actions of Leonardo Johnson, a building
manager/security guard who was seriously injured as a result.”
It happened when Corkins came to the FRC office intending to shoot
everyone he could, but was stopped by Johnson, who wrestled Corkins into
submission even though he had been shot in the arm.