SPLC Promotes Left-Wing Extremists, and Domestic Terrorist Groups

United States of America vs. Floyd Lee Corkins II – Criminal Number 12-182(RWR)

http://cnsnews.com/sites/default/files/documents/Floyd%20Lee%20Corkins%20II%20-%20Unstamped%20Statement%20of%20Offense.pdf#page=1&zoom=auto,0,800

According to the “Statement of Offense,” assault with intent to kill is an “act of terrorism.”

FRC President Tony Perkins said the SPLC “can no longer say that it is not a source for those bent on committing acts of violence.”

The SPLC has been lying on their Website, stating that the FRC is lying and attempting to gain points with colleagues. This isn’t a smear campaign by the FRC. This is a flat-out lie on the SPLC’s part.

August 30, 2013 Montgomery, Alabama (frcblog) – Floyd Lee Corkins II, who pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to the Aug. 15 shooting at the Family Research Council (FRC), identified the FRC as a target by using the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which includes what it calls a “Hate Map” that features the FRC’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.

As the court filing’s “Statement of Offense” for United States of America v. Floyd Lee Corkins II reads,  “He was a political activist and considered the FRC a lobbying group. He committed the shooting for political reasons. He had identified the FRC as an anti-gay organization on the Southern Poverty Law Center Website.”

(CNSNews.com) — Floyd Lee Corkins II, who pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to the Aug. 15 shooting at the Family Research Council (FRC), identified the FRC as a target by using the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which includes what it calls a “Hate Map” that features the FRC’s Washington, D.C., headquarters.

As the court filing’s “Statement of Offense” for United States of America v. Floyd Lee Corkins II reads,  “He was a political activist and considered the FRC a lobbying group. He committed the shooting for political reasons. He had identified the FRC as an anti-gay organization on the Southern Poverty Law Center Website.” (See Floyd Lee Corkins II – Unstamped Statement of Offense.pdf)

The statement said that when Corkins was arrested he carried in his pocket a handwritten list of four organizations. “Each of the four listed organizations are nationally recognized advocacy groups that openly identify themselves as having socially conservative agendas, supporting, among other things, legislation defining “marriage” as a relationship between one man and one woman and generally against legislation that would promote gay marriage.”

Although charged on 10 counts, Corkins pleaded guilty to three: act of terrorism while armed; assault with intent to kill while armed; and interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition.

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