Shooting at Family Research Council

    WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 15:  Local and federal investigators work to gather evidence after a security guard was shot in the arm at the headquarters of the Family Research Council August 15, 2012 in Washington, DC. The shooter is in FBI custody and has not yet been charged, authorities said. The Family Research Council is a conservative organization that is against abortion and euthanasia and considers homosexuality to be a sin.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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    A security guard is injured after a shooter opened fire at the headquarters of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., Wednesday. The alleged gunman reportedly made remarks opposing the conservative group’s policies before the incident, according to law enforcement officials. The New York Times is reporting that the suspect also worked as a volunteer at The D.C. Center for the LGBT Community, and was also said to be carrying a Chick-Fil-A bag with him at the time of the shooting. The FBI is interviewing the head of The DC Center as part of the investigation.

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