White Supremacists Plead Not Guilty To Terrorizing Residents of North Dakota Town With Guns

Planned to make the town of Leith into a white enclave


Two white supremacists pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of terrorizing residents in a tiny North Dakota town with guns, the Bismarck Tribune reported.

Attorneys for Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton, who planned to take over Leith, N.D. and turn it into an all-white enclave, argued that the men's guns were legal and asked for the seven felony terrorizing charges against their clients to be dismissed, or reduced to disorderly conduct.

District Judge Donald Jorgensen instead ordered a trial. A date for that trial has not been set, according to the Tribune.