N.D. mayor says city can’t condemn white supremacist’s house
LEITH, N.D. – This tiny southwestern North Dakota city has scrapped its plans to condemn and demolish the house of a white supremacist who moved to the city and bought up property with aims of turning it into an all-white enclave.
Leith Mayor Ryan Schock said Wednesday that City Attorney Thomas Kelsch has confirmed that the city can’t condemn white supremacist Craig Cobb’s house under city ordinance because the house is structurally sound and is not being lived in.
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