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The suspect in Wednesday's shooting at the Family Research Council has been ordered held without bond following a brief hearing.Floyd Lee Corkins II, 28, of Herndon, Va., is accused of shooting a security guard in the lobby of the conservative Christian organization based in downtown D.C.On Thursday afternoon, he was led into a courtroom at the at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia wearing a disposable jumpsuit. He testified that he had no assets except for $300, and was assigned a public defender,NBC4's Jackie Bensen reports.During the hearing, the judge granted a request by the prosecution that Corkins undergo a mental health evaluation.The Hundreds Snapback Hats has been charged with assault with intent to kill while armed, and interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition. The latter is a federal offense. Photos and Videosdiv.The investigation into the shooting of a security guard at Family Research Council in downtown D.C.He could face a maximum of 30 years in prison on the District of Columbia offense, and 10 years on the federal offense. The local charge also carries a mandatory minimum term of five years.??Following Wednesday's shooting, authorities found 50 additional rounds of ammunition in the suspect's backpack, as well as 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches, a law enforcement agent said in an affidavit.Fast food empire Chick-fil-A has been at the center of a recent controversy over gay marriage after Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy spoke out against it.The Family Research Council promotes traditional marriage and other issues, lobbying against gay rights, abortion and embryonic stem cell research. Its president, Tony Perkins, came out strongly in support of Chick-fil-A's president, NBCNews justice correspondent Pete Williams reported. The Family Research Council gets money from the company that owns Chick-fil-A.say Corkins entered the building at 801 G Street NW at around 11 a.m. Wednesday. He approached the front desk and said he was an intern.Security guard Leonardo Reno Johnson, 46, questioned the man and asked about the contents of his backpack, which is when the shooter pulled a Sig Sauer 9 mm handgun from the backpack and fired several rounds, striking Johnson in the arm.According to a witness, the shooter also made a negative reference about the work of the Family Research Council before opening fire something to the effect of, Idon't like your politics, a law enforcement official said in an affidavit.Despite his injury, Johnson wrestled the gunman to the ground, gained control of the weapon and held it on the suspect. A second security guard called 911.Johnson is in stable condition at a local hospital.YMCMB Snapback Hats called him a hero for wrestling the gun away from the shooter and preventing him from hurting anyone.The security officer here is a hero, as far as Im concerned, Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier said.