Floyd Corkins, Chinatown shooting suspect, pleads not guilty to new charges
A man accused of shooting a security guard at the Washington headquarters of a conservative lobbying group pleaded not guilty Friday to new charges.
Floyd Lee Corkins II was charged in a new indictment this week with committing an act of terrorism and other offenses. Read the full criminal indictment below.
Corkins appeared in federal court on Friday, where his case was continued until December 3 at 9:45 a.m.
Corkins, who had volunteered at a community center for gay and lesbian people, is accused of shooting and wounding a security guard at the Family Research Council headquarters in downtown Washington.
The organization staunchly opposes gay marriage and abortion rights. Corkins has already entered a not-guilty plea to the first set of charges he faced.
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