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National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown on Family Research Council shooting, says hate talk 'totally unacceptable'

This morning, investigators are looking for a motive into the shooting at the headquarters of the Family Research Council.

The FBI says the suspect is 28-year-old Floyd Lee Corkins. He allegedly shot a security guard, who then wrestled him to the ground. Corkins is in custody and is charged with assault with a deadly weapon. The guard is in stable condition.

The motive is still unclear, but a source working with the DC Center for the LGBT community tells CNN that the suspect had worked as a volunteer at that center.

Earlier on "Early Start," National Organization for Marriage's Brian Brown weighs in on if 'hate talk' may have contributed to Family Research Council shooting.


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