"NBC and ABC7 identified him as 28-year-old Floyd Corkins of Virginia. Fox News obtained photos of the man, apparently taken by a witness, that show the suspect in handcuffs and his bloody shirt fully unbuttoned," TPM reports.
His full name is Floyd Lee Corkins II.
Corkins was reportedly carrying a Chick-fil-A bag and screaming about the group's political positions. NBC reports Corkins "was carrying a backpack containing materials related to Chick-fil-A restaurants."
There is a Facebook page for a Floyd Corkins, in Northern Virginia, who attended George Mason University. Facebook appears to have blocked the page, presumably to frustrate Brian Ross.
Corkins shares a name with his father, confusing some who found a school teacher with that name, but older.
There is a MyLife page for a Floyd L Corkins of Herndon as well. According to the site that Floyd Corkins "currently lives in Herndon, Virginia. Before that, Floyd lived in Herndon, VA from 2003 to 2003. Before that, Floyd lived in Andrews Air Force Base, MD from 1999 to 2008.
Floyd L Corkins is related to Jacqueline Corkins, who is 52 years old and lives in Herndon, VA. Floyd L Corkins is also related to Floyd Corkins, who is 55 years old and lives in Oklahoma City, OK.
D.C.'s Fox 5 report:
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UPDATE: CBS reports Corkins "had been volunteering at a community center for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people."
"David Mariner is executive director of The DC Center for the LGBT Community. He says Corkins had been volunteering at the center for about the past 6 months. Mariner describes Corkins as 'kind, gentle and unassuming.'"
CBS also reports "a coalition of 25 gay rights groups released a statement through GLAAD condemning the shooting.
"'The motivation and circumstances behind today's tragedy are still unknown, but regardless of what emerges as the reason for this shooting, we utterly reject and condemn such violence. We wish for a swift and complete recovery for the victim of this terrible incident,' the statement read."