|Right to left: Cobb, Mike Spence, Albert Borgmann, Kynan Dutton|
The photo above was taken and used in a story about Cobb's efforts to take over the little village of Leith, North Dakota. The men featured in the photo were all, at least at the time, had all movedto Leith and were committed to the Cobbsville project.
We'll be referring to the photo again later.
A few days ago, a racist serial killer named Joseph Paul Franklin who murdered upwards 22 people because of their ethnicity or because they were in a interracial relationship, was executed. Among these victims was Mercedes Lynn Masters, a 15 year old girl whom Franklin had a relationship with; a sex trade worker, Franklin murdered her when he learned that she had black customers. He also killed two hitchhikers because one had a black boy friend. In another case he murdered two black cousins, ages 13 and 14, by bravely shooting them from an overpass.
So of course these and other cowardly murders makes Franklin a man worthy of high esteem in the mind of one Bill Noble:
But then Bill isn't the only person mourning the "loss" of Joseph Paul Franklin:
Glenn Miller here actually had a long running friendship with Franklin and was frequently in communication with the man even up to the day of his execution.
We mention this incident to indicate both the character and judgment of both Noble and Miller because in addition to lionizing a murderer as a martyr for the, "white race," they also both support no jailed Craig Cobb's efforts in North Dakota.
Now these last screen shots are actually a good starting out point for the article that follows
Prior to his and Kynan Dutton's arrest this past weekend, Cobb posted a message on the White Nations forum:
We would like to note the very specific language used in this particular screen shot. The specific time, number of individuals involved, ethnicities, genders, and approximate ages are provided. Cobb also claims that his two housemates, Albert Borgmann (Freddy) and Kynan Dutton were witnesses who were able to provide these details; Borgmann catching the vandals in the act and Dutton suggesting that he saw the trucks driving away from the incident followed by members of the town thus implying that there was some sort of conspiracy.
The incident was also discussed on Cobb's old haunt VNN:
Not long after, the media covered the story: