The media gathered outside the home of shooting suspect Floyd Corkins in Herndon, Va.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Virginia man charged with shooting a security guard inside the Washington headquarters of a conservative Christian lobbying group is scheduled to be sentenced this summer.
A judge on Monday set a July 15 sentencing date for Floyd Corkins II, who prosecutors say planned a mass shooting at the Family Research Council in August.
Prosecutors have recommended a 45-year prison sentence for Corkins.
A security guard subdued Corkins in the lobby of the Family Research Council after he pointed a pistol at the man. Corkins fired three shots, and the guard was the only one wounded.
Corkins was carrying Chick-fil-A sandwiches. He later told authorities he had planned to kill as many people as possible and then smear the sandwiches on their faces as a political statement.