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Justine Anzembe, died instantly, passed away Tuesday, He equally urged both Christians and Muslims to more than ever before put Nigeria and Nigerians in prayers for a peaceful and successful conduct of the 2015 polls. We should be mindful and indeed be guided by what keeps Nigeria as one. and had his passport seized on Thursday. as guaranteed under Sections 34, no amount of visits by PDP governors can make him change his mind about President Jonathan, Governor Fayose,D. about 75 miles southwest of BismarckMay 22 2012: On the Vanguard News Network a white supremacist online forum Cobb announces his plans for a “White Nationalist intentional community in North Dakota” writing “I want people to move now and quietly get going here without letting the cat out of the bag” He doesn’t identify the city by name but writes that it is “one which we can politically control post haste” One sentence in Cobb’s post would turn out to be prophetic and ultimately the beginning of the unraveling of his scheme: “Until political control were established there would be the slight possibility that new local regs designed to limit our expansion might be tried”June 2012: Cobb buys five more lots in LeithOctober 2012: Cobb buys an additional three lots in Leith bringing his total holdings there to 12 properties at a combined price of $8490 He eventually deeds three lots to other white supremacist leadersAugust 2013: Leith residents become aware of Cobb’s plan for their town when Ryan Lenz a writer for the Hatewatch blog of the Southern Poverty Law Center visits Leith to investigateAug 21 2013: The Bismarck Tribune publishes a front-page story on Cobb’s plans setting off a torrent of media coverage Leith officials soon begin discussing new building ordinances and even dissolving the town governmentSept 22 2013: A visit to Leith by the National Socialist Movement a white nationalist organization draws more than 300 protesters including 150 people from the nearby Standing Rock Indian Reservation and more than 30 law enforcement officersOctober 2013: Kynan Dutton of Oregon his girlfriend and their five children move into Cobb’s home in LeithOct 15 2013: Leith Mayor Ryan Schock says he may sell or give away his property in Leith to stop Cobb’s government takeover Legal work begins on a more restrictive zoning ordinance Oct 18 2013: An intoxicated Dutton disrupts a Leith City Council meeting shouting profanities and the Nazi salute “Seig heil” Grant County Sheriff Steve Bay escorts Dutton out of the building Dutton later plead guilty to disorderly conductNov 3 2013: The Leith City Council votes to require running water and sewer in occupied homes – Cobb’s home has neither – and to ban tents and campers from setting up in the city for more than 10 days in a row About the same time Cobb appears on a British TV show where much to his surprise he is told by host Trisha Goddard that a DNA test shows he is 86 percent “European” and “14 percent sub-Saharan African”Nov 16 2013: After going on an armed patrol of Cobb’s property in Leith Cobb and Dutton are arrested on suspicion of terrorizing and jailedNov 18 2013: Cobb and Dutton are charged with seven felony counts of terrorizing and ordered held without bondDec 24 2013: The North Dakota Supreme Court orders that Cobb is entitled to “reasonable bail with reasonable conditions” because he wasn’t charged with a capital offense Cobb’s bail is later lowered to $1 million cash or $100000 bond and Dutton’s bail is reduced to $50000 cash but neither man is able to post bailJan 24 2014: In a plea agreement Dutton pleads guilty to reduced charges of misdemeanor menacing and disorderly conduct and is released on probation He agrees to testify in Cobb’s caseFebruary 2014: Kenneth Zimmerman of nearby Carson buys Cobb’s house in Leith and says he plans to use it for storage Schock the mayor calls it a “huge relief”Feb 27: After reaching a plea deal with Grant County State’s Attorney Todd Schwarz Cobb pleads guilty to one felony terrorizing charge and five misdemeanor menacing charges (one of the original felony charges was dismissed) Judge David Reich requests more information before accepting Cobb’s pleas Cobb goes back to jailApril 2014: Schock City Councilman Lee Cook and New Leipzig resident Gregory Bruce Leith’s website developer file a complaint with the state Disciplinary Board against Schwarzclaiming the prosecutor engaged in unprofessional conduct and possible unethical practices in the Cobb and Dutton cases Schwarz says he properly handled the casesApril 14 2014: In a phone interview from jail Cobb says the suspect in the shooting deaths of three people at two Jewish centers two days earlier in Overland Park Kan.

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