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LA terror suspect was ousted from Army for violent offenses, source says

LOS ANGELES - The U.S. Army veteran charged with planning a terrorist attack in Southern California was kicked out of the service several years ago following a clash in Afghanistan, sources told the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday.

Mark Steven Domingo, a 26-year-old Reseda man who the FBI said Monday was plotting to detonate a pressure-cooker bomb at a rally in Long Beach, was discharged after the incident in 2013, according to two law enforcement officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because information regarding a soldier's discharge status is not subject

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