WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- The Family Research Council release surveillance video of accused shooter Floyd Corkins apparently pulling out a gun and pointing a gun at the building manager.
The video was taken on the morning of August 15, at around 10:46, when the report of the shooting took place.
Corkins walks up the help desk in the FRC in the video and engages in some sort of conversation with the building manager, Leo Johnson.
Then Corkins reaches into a bag and pulls out a weapon and points it at him.
The two men then started a struggle that spilled into the next room.
The FRC included this description of the YouTube video below:
"On August 15. 2012 at 10:46 a.m., Floyd Corkins entered the lobby of Family Research Council armed with a loaded semi-automatic pistol, 100 rounds of ammunition, and 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches. FRC building manager Leo Johnson was temporarily manning the front desk at our Washington headquarters when a now-confessed terrorist intent on killing everyone in the building entered with a handgun and 100 rounds of ammunition. As he drew his gun, Leo courageously charged the attacker into oncoming gunfire. Even after sustaining a direct hit to his forearm, he subdued the attacker and wrestled the gun away from him.
Why did confessed terrorist Corkins choose Family Research Council as a target for his attack? In an FBI interrogation, Corkins admitted he found his target from the Southern Poverty Law Center's list."