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Topic - Craig Cobb
A white supremacist who tried to take control of a small North Dakota town where he had hoped to establish an Aryan enclave is following through with plans to try to move to Missouri.
An admitted white supremacist who faced various charges related to his terrorizing of the small North Dakota community of Leith was sentenced to four years of probation, but no jail time.
A North Dakota judge sentenced a white supremacist Tuesday to four years of probation but no additional jail time for terrorizing residents of the small community of Leith, where he tried unsuccessfully to establish an all-white enclave and has left behind a legacy of fear.
A white supremacist who made national headlines by terrorizing a small North Dakota town is being sentenced, about two years after moving to Leith (leeth) with hopes of establishing an all-white enclave.
A white supremacist who unsuccessfully tried to establish an all-white enclave in the North Dakota town of Leith is set to learn his fate for terrorizing residents in the community of fewer than two dozen people.
The man prosecuting a white supremacist who unsuccessfully tried to turn the small North Dakota town of Leith into an all-white enclave says an investigative report ordered by a judge is riddled with errors.
White supremacist Craig Cobb is friends with a man jailed in the killing of three people at a Jewish community center and Jewish retirement complex near Kansas City on Sunday.
A white supremacist who unsuccessfully tried to take over the small North Dakota town of Leith says he wants to leave the state if he's released from jail and "retire from white nationalism."
A white supremacist who tried to take over the small North Dakota town of Leith is to be sentenced late this month for terrorizing its residents.
Officials in a North Dakota town where a white supremacist bought up properties and conducted armed patrols in hopes of taking over the community have turned their anger on the county prosecutor over a plea deal that might keep the man out of prison.
A white supremacist who tried unsuccessfully to turn the tiny North Dakota town of Leith into an all-white enclave no longer owns any property in the community.
Four of the ten complaints a white supremacist has filed with North Dakota's Department of Labor and Human Rights have been dismissed.
A judge has ordered a presentence investigation before accepting a plea agreement for a white supremacist accused of terrorizing fellow residents of his small North Dakota town by carrying out threatening armed patrols.
A white supremacist who tried to turn the North Dakota town of Leith into an all-white enclave says he fears he could become the target of violence and that he'd like to leave the state if he avoids prison time.
A judge has officially dismissed one of the seven felony terrorizing charges filed against a white supremacist who unsuccessfully tried to take over a small North Dakota town.
"If (Schwarz) had done his job from the beginning, we probably wouldn't be in the situation that we're in," he said.
Cobb said his actions were in response to violence and harassment directed toward him.