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November 24, 2013

Craig Cobb, the man accused of being 14 percent black, has now been charged with terrorizing the small town of Leith, North Dakota where he and a companion took a stroll while carrying loaded guns.

Considering the series of death threats, attacks on his property, and verbal assaults, one would think a loaded gun would be a reasonable, if not responsible, response.

A judge thought otherwise and Cobb and a companion are facing charges of terrorizing. The judge won't let them out on bail, so in jail they will remain.

Judge Denies Bond to White Rights' Activists on Terrorizing Charges

By Barbara Sharp / KXnews

Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton appear in Court to face terrorizing charges.  Saturday evening's walk around town -- with loaded firearms -- has landed the white rights' activists in jail.    Today, Judge Thomas Schneider decides jail is where Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton will stay.

First there was Craig Cobb:  "We have the First Amendment."

Next came Kynan Dutton:  "I don't have any intentions of harassing the people of Leith."

They moved to Leith, North Dakota, with the hope of creating a white enclave in this town of less than 20.  Since then, there's been nothing but trouble.  However, the latest hot water in which they find themselves has less to do with their unpopular racist views than their alleged outright violation of North Dakota law.

They were arrested Saturday after carrying loaded weapons through the tiny town.  Now, Cobb and Dutton are charged with seven counts of Terrorizing -- a class C felony with a maximum penalty of five years in prison.  However, because the guns were loaded, five of the terrorizing charges include mandatory minimum sentences of two years.
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