Even though Craig Cobb's attempted takeover of Leith, ND is over, the story is still gaining national notoriety. Michael Nichols and Christopher Walker, two filmmakers out of Brooklyn, NY, have spent the last 9 months following the wild story about the white supremacist's attempted takeover of the sleepy North Dakota town. The two filmmakers recently spoke on HuffPost Live with the mayor of Leith
Craig Cobb's attempted takeover of Leith, ND caught the attention of two Brooklyn filmmakers who spent nearly a week in the small town shooting a documentary titled 'Leith, ND' detailing known white supremacist's attempt at turning the tiny town into a 'white enclave'. In an exclusive interview, Mike Nichols and Chris Walker of No Weather Productions sat down with us to discuss their project and t
Although Craig Cobb's attempted takeover of Leith, ND is reportedly over, his story is still a hot topic in the area. While the state of North Dakota is no stranger to his attempt to turn Leith into a 'white enclave', a new short film may turn heads and shine the national spotlight on the sleepy little town of 16 residents.
In the story that will not go away, attorneys for jailed white separatists Craig Cobb and Kynan Dutton are asking for reduced bond for their clients. The two have been jailed for two months on seven charges of terrorizing the people of Leith.
Anyone living in North Dakota has undoubtedly heard of self-proclaimed white supremacist Craig Cobb's attempted takeover of the small town of Leith, ND. Now, the girlfriend of one of Cobb's associates says the movement is done.