The gunman accused of wounding a man guarding the Family Research Council building in Washington, D.C., last week has been indicted.
A federal grand jury charged 28-year-old Floyd Corkins with assault with intent to kill and with transporting a gun and ammo across state lines.
Corkins' parents said their son is a strong supporter of gay rights. He was a volunteer at a homosexual community center in Washington at the time of the shooting.
Corkins was carrying a bag full of Chick-fil-A sandwiches at the time of the shooting. Both Chick-fil-A and FRC have been staunch opponents of gay marriage.
He was not indicted for committing a hate crime.