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The San Jose shooter was disciplined for 4 separate incidents prior to killing 9 coworkers, transit company says

The gunman who killed 9 colleagues at a San Jose, California, light rail yard last month, faced disciplinary action in the past for four separate incidents, including a verbal altercation with a coworker, according to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA).

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