Protesters Avoid Bomb Threat

ALICE GREENING holds a sign supporting decency during a rally at Bluff Park on Sunday, April 28. More than 200 people rallied for love and equality at the event, which was a counter-protest to an expected white supremacy demonstration. However, the white supremacists didn’t show up. Unknown to the demonstrators, Mark Steven Domingo, 26, was arrested two days beforehand for plotting a terrorist attack by setting off bombs at the event. A resident of Reseda and former U.S. Army infantryman who served in Afghanistan, Domingo’s efforts were thwarted by a joint anti-terrorism task force and the FBI. Extra LBPD officers on bicycles were deployed as well as an overhead chopper with no incidents reported. Bluff Park resident Rhiannon Acree expressed her appreciation of the task force, FBI and LBPD for their apprehension of the “to be” bomber.


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