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FBI Foiled an Army Veteran's Plot to Bomb White Supremacist Rally

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FBI Foiled an Army Veteran's Plot to Bomb White Supremacist Rally

FBI Foiled an Army Veteran's Plot to Bomb White Supremacist Rally

FBI Foiled an Army Veteran's Plot to Bomb White Supremacist Rally Mark Steven Domingo, 26, had recently converted to Islam.

The California man was allegedly seeking revenge for the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand.

He was arrested after after he allegedly accepted an IED from an undercover FBI agent who was posing as a bomb maker.

Court documents show that Domingo told FBI informants that he wanted to cause "mass casualties." Mark Steven Domingo, via Slate He had zeroed in on the white supremacist rally in Long Beach, CA.

Domingo faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.

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