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(Submitted Photo by Gregory Bruce) White supremacists Craig Cobb, center, and Kynan Dutton, left, patrol the city of Leith with rifles in November. The armed patrol ultimately led to the arrest of the two on terrorizing charges.

Cobb case leaves lasting impacts in ND: AG says white supremacist’s actions painful for small town, but some good came of it

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BISMARCK — North Dakota’s top law enforcement official says the recent controversy involving a white supremacist’s failed attempt to convert the small town of Leith into an all-white enclave was hard on the town’s residents but also had a positive impact on the state.

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Mike Nowatzki
Mike Nowatzki reports for Forum News Service. He can be reached at (701) 255-5607.
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