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'America Needs Another Vegas Event': Man Planned to Bomb Long Beach Rally in Revenge for NZ Mosque Shootings, FBI Says

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'America Needs Another Vegas Event': Man Planned to Bomb Long Beach Rally in Revenge for NZ Mosque Shootings, FBI Says

'America Needs Another Vegas Event': Man Planned to Bomb Long Beach Rally in Revenge for NZ Mosque Shootings, FBI Says

A U.S. Army vet in Reseda, California has been charged with plotting a terrorist attack on a white supremacist rally in Long Beach as revenge for the mosque shootings in New Zealand after FBI officials stopped the planned attack through an undercover sting, authorities said.

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