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Craig Paul Cobb speaks in front of his Leith home about his outspoken White Nationalist or white supremacist views in this tiny Grant County town in southwestern North Dakota on Friday.

Leith wants white supremacist to leave; he says he's staying put

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LEITH -- Residents "want him out," but a white supremacist says he plans to stay in this tiny North Dakota town where he bought up property with the vision of creating a white nationalist community.


In an interview Friday, Craig Paul Cobb said he was fired from his road construction job but doesn't plan to leave Leith, about 70 miles southwest of Bismarck.

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