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Anti-Christian, Anti-Conservative, Pro-Choice terrorist who shot FRC offices sentenced today in court

Posted in Conservative, homosexuality, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 19, 2013 by saynsumthn

floyd-corkinsThe man convicted of shooting an unarmed security guard and building manager at the Family Research Council on August 15, 2012, saying he wanted to kill “conservative right-wing Christians,” was sentenced to 25 years in prison today, was sentenced Thursday to 25 years in prison.

Floyd Lee Corkins II had plotted to kill “as many people as possible” at conservative organizations he viewed as anti-gay before he was stopped by the former guard, Leonardo Johnson.

Corkins entered the lobby armed with a loaded semi-automatic pistol, 100 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches. He started firing at FRC’s building manager Leo Johnson who heroically tackled the shooter after a gunshot shattered his arm.

Today Chief Judge Richard Roberts of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia sentenced Floyd Lee Corkins II, the perpetrator of a terrorist act at the Family Research Council (FRC) on August 15, 2012. Judge Roberts sentenced Corkins to 25 years in prison after he pleaded guilty in February to three felony counts that included the charge of committing an act of terrorism while armed.

“The carnage you wanted did not happen only because an ordinary man showing extraordinary courage stopped you,” Roberts said before announcing Corkins’s prison term. “Killing human beings is not political activism. It is criminal behavior.”

In arguing for a stiffer sentence of 45 years, federal prosecutors Thursday equated Corkins with the man behind Monday’s shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard that left 12 people dead.

“Mr. Corkins was this close to accomplishing that,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney T. Patrick Martin. “He was no less determined than the Navy Yard gunman. He was no less prepared.”

Corkins, 29, was easily able to purchase a semiautomatic pistol from a Virginia gun shop the week before the August 2012 shooting even though he was suffering from a chronic mental illness. Defense attorney David Bos recommended a sentence of 111 / 2 years and said the case was about “too easy access to firearms.”

Police found a hand-written list in Corkins’s front pants pocket with the names of three other socially conservative organizations. Had he succeeded with the shooting, Corkins told FBI agents he planned to go directly to the second organization on his list. Read More

Mr. Leo Johnson, who ultimately stopped Mr. Corkins’ attack, delivered a statement before the court, as did FRC President Tony Perkins. Mr. Perkins delivered his statement on behalf of the FRC staff.

Mr. Leo Johnson made the following comments during the sentencing:

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“The actions of Floyd Lee Corkins have greatly impacted my life. I often experience feelings of anger and frustration when I think about all of the things that I have had, and continue, to endure both physically and psychologically as a result of this crime. I have had to endure surgery, with at least two more scheduled; painful, life-threatening blood clots which developed in my right lung; grueling physical therapy sessions; multiple medications and numerous doctors appointments as a result of this crime. My family was put under tremendous stress as well, as they tried to cope with the shock of what happened and the fear of not knowing whether I was even alive, let alone going to be OK.”

To read Mr. Johnson’s complete statement, click here:

Mr. Perkins made the following comments during the sentencing:

“The attack at our headquarters did not just harm Leo. As the Court knows, Mr. Corkins’ stated intention was to kill as many FRC staff as possible to send a political message, a chilling, political message. But for Leo’s heroic conduct and the protective hand of the Lord, this crime might have ended like the tragic shooting that occurred earlier this week here in D.C.”

To read the complete FRC staff statement delivered by Mr. Perkins, click here:

“As the Court knows, Mr. Corkins’ stated intention was to kill as many FRC staff as possible to send a political message. But for Leo’s heroic conduct, and the protective hand of the Lord, this crime might have ended as one of the worst acts of domestic terrorism the District of Columbia has ever seen. Today we are not seeking vengeance, but we do seek justice…

Many on our staff and in their families have suffered ongoing emotional and psychological harm and have changed their daily lives in response to the attack. Every day, our staff has to deal with the fact that each of us was a potential victim. The facts show that he planned his attack in great detail and hoped for massive casualties…. prosecutors revealed that Mr. Corkins had obtained our building location from the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website.

He was clearly inspired by the [SPLC]’s labeling of FRC as a “hate group” based on our belief that marriage can only take place between one man and one woman… His goal and that of the SPLC is to silence those with whom they disagree. In a civil society, shutting down debate is not how reasonable people and organizations operate. Intimidating and bullying others shreds the “ordered liberty” of which our Founders wrote and for which they advocated, and places all of us in jeopardy of losing our sacred rights as militant extremists claim the public square exclusively for themselves.”

Confessed Terrorist Floyd Corkins Admits to Using SPLC Target List

Hate Crime? White MSU Student shot dead – suspects Black

Posted in Hate Crimes, Racism with tags , , , , , , on March 26, 2012 by saynsumthn

An arrest has been made in connection with Saturday’s killing of a Mississippi State University student, but university officials are remaining mum about it.

Mason Perry Jones, a “person of interest” in the fatal shooting of John Sanderson, was arrested Sunday night in Memphis, Tenn., authorities said. Jones had been one of three suspects sought.

Sanderson, 21, of Madison, had transferred from Holmes Community College. He was shot multiple times “right outside” a dorm room on the first floor of Evans Hall, said Bill Kibler, vice president of student affairs at the university in Starkville.

Sanderson was pronounced dead at Oktibbeha County Hospital Regional Medical Center at 11:03 p.m. Saturday, more than 40 minutes after his arrival at the hospital.

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According to the MSU website, the suspects are three black males who fled Evans Hall in a blue Crown Victoria.
“The perpetrators fled our campus, but we’re still attempting to identify who those perpetrators are and so we’re following every lead in order to do that,” said Dr. Bill Kibler, vice president of student affairs at MSU.

As of Today, Investigators say they don’t have a motive for the shooting.

Pro-choice man murders girlfriend who refused abortion

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence, Violence against women with tags , , , , , , , on November 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Derek Smyer, 31,/ 27-year-old Crystal Taylor

Man charged in decade-old murder of pregnant girlfriend
Wednesday, November 09, 2011

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has announced an arrest in a chilling decade-old murder case.

Derek Smyer, 31, has been charged with the murder of 27-year-old Crystal Taylor and their unborn child.

Smyer allegedly hired 30-year-old Skyler Jefferson Moore to shoot Taylor after she refused to abort her pregnancy. Taylor was shot Sept. 25, 2001, in the carport of her Hawthorne apartment.

“He [Smyer] elicited the murder. He hired the other shooter to kill Crystal, so he’s been charged with accessory to murder and solicitation and actually with the murder. He did not want to be a father so he wanted to get rid of Crystal and the baby,” said L.A. County Sheriff’s Department Detective Dave Coleman.

Moore is already serving a life sentence for an unrelated murder and has also been charged in Taylor’s murder.

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According to the DA’s Office:, In August 2001, Smyer allegedly became upset when he learned his girlfriend was pregnant and refused to have an abortion. Smyer allegedly arranged for Moore to kill Crystal Dejuanna Taylor, who was four months pregnant. Taylor was fatally shot on Sept. 25, 2001, in her Hawthorne apartment.

Moore, who is serving a life without parole sentence for an unrelated murder, and Smyer are charged with Taylor’s murder and the murder of her unborn fetus. Prosecutors will decide later whether to seek the death penalty.
Deputy District Attorney’s Danette Meyers and Kimberly Abourezk are assigned to prosecute the case.
Moore and Smyer are scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 18 at the Airport Superior Court, Department 144.

Pro-abortion man massacres wife and family

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , on October 21, 2011 by saynsumthn

According to this article in the NY Post: Slay-dad abortion trauma
October 21, 2011

Westchester slay-suicide dad Sam Friedlander cruelly pressured his wife to have an abortion several years ago — and had a twisted fascination with their young daughter, his grieving father-in-law said yesterday.

“He took inappropriate photos of Molly. Naked parts of her anatomy,” Gary Perez told The Post after making funeral arrangements for his daughter, Amy, granddaughter Molly, 10, and grandson Gregory, 8, who were massacred by Friedlander early Tuesday in the family’s Lewisboro home.

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Man who wanted pregnant girlfriend to abort their child because she was ” fat and ugly” faces death penalty

Posted in pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , on October 20, 2011 by saynsumthn

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From WHPTC 10/19/2011
Matthew Becker, who faced charges for shooting Allison Walsh, will likely receive the death penalty after prosecutors filed the necessary paperwork. Becker faced two counts for killing Walsh, who was seven months pregnant.

Becker admitted to State Police that he pointed a gun at Walsh.

Matthew Becker, 22, of Rapho Township, was originally charged with shooting Allison Walsh, 21, while she laid sleeping in bed inside of Becker’s parents’ home last Friday, August 12.

Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman told CBS 21 News that Becker gave police several different explanations of what exactly happened, and that they all were meant to make the shooting appear to be an accident.

Stedman said that in each of the stories Becker admitted to standing over Walsh, and handling a .22 caliber pistol he had just purchased that night.

In the week since the shooting, several friends and family members of the seven-months-pregnant victim came forward to investigators to state that they believed this was no accident.

According to the criminal complaint, a friend of Walsh’s said that Becker had threatened the victim with a knife in the past, and said he would kill her if she tried to leave him.

Walsh’s sister told investigators Becker had called the victim “fat and disgusting,” and Walsh’s step-sister said Becker wanted Walsh to have an abortion.

“There’s a history of him menacing her with a gun,” Stedman said. “This wasn’t something unusual based on his history with her and a prior girlfriend. He had pointed guns at them.”

Becker is being held without bail at the Lancaster County Prison.

Never forget the pro-life martyrs !

Posted in James Pouillon, pro-choice, Pro-choice law breakers, pro-choice violence with tags , , , , , , , on July 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Teen girl killed, four wounded on Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach boardwalk as gunman fires on crowd

Posted in terrorism with tags , , , , on June 13, 2011 by saynsumthn

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A 16-year-old girl was killed and four people were wounded by gunfire Thursday after two groups clashed on a crowded Brooklyn boardwalk, cops and witnesses said.

Two of the victims were bystanders, sources said.

One man used an umbrella to crack another man in the head as the fight erupted on the Brighton Beach Boardwalk near Brighton Sixth St. about 5:20 p.m. Suddenly, a gunman squeezed off about eight rounds, first shooting in the air before aiming at the brawling crowd, cops and witnesses said.

Onlookers scurried into nearby stores and restaurants, huddling in fear as the bullets flew near the oceanfront, witnesses said.

“It was chaotic,” said a 48-year-old Queens woman who was visiting Brighton Beach. “We looked at the boardwalk and everyone was running north. It was hectic. It was panic.”

The teen – identified by friends as Tysha Jones, a Landmark High School student – was shot under the left armpit, cops said.

She later died at Coney Island Hospital, where a 23-year-old man was clinging to life with a gunshot wound to his stomach.

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