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    Former Marine Pleads Guilty to Firebombing Planned Parenthood While on Active Duty

    Former Marine Pleads Guilty to Firebombing Planned Parenthood While on Active Duty

    A former Marine has pleaded guilty to firebombing a Planned Parenthood in California while he was on active duty and stationed at Pendleton as part of a case authorities labeled “domestic extremism,” according to the Justice Department.

    Chance Brannon, 24, an ex-corporal, pleaded guilty Thursday to four total counts, according to the Department of Justice: conspiracy, malicious destruction of property by fire and explosives, possession of an unregistered destructive device, and intentional damage to a reproductive health services facility.

    Brannon was arrested in June 2023 and has been in custody since then, the law enforcement agency said. He and two other co-conspirators plotted the attack in the early spring of 2022. Only Brannon was in the , according to the Justice Department.

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    “This defendant exemplifies the insidious danger posed by domestic extremism,” U.S. Attorney Martin Estrada said in a released statement. “The defendant, who was a member of the U.S. military, admitted not only to attacking a Planned Parenthood facility but also to planning for attacks on the power grid and a pride celebration at Dodger Stadium. We must never waver in our commitment to protect the American people from violent extremist ideology.”

    Military.com reached out to the office of Brannon's listed attorney…

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