BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Four of the ten complaints a white supremacist has filed with North Dakota's Department of Labor and Human Rights have been dismissed.
Craig Cobb maintains he's been harassed and discriminated against because of his religion, Creativity. State Human Rights Director Kathy Kulesa says three complaints have been dismissed because of a finding of no probable cause, and one for lack of jurisdiction. She says six complaints are still being investigated.
Cobb has been jailed since mid-November for allegedly terrorizing residents of Leith, which he tried to turn into an all-white enclave.
He has agreed to plead guilty to five misdemeanor charges and one felony terrorizing charge in a deal that would spare him further jail time, but Judge David Reich has ordered a presentence investigation before he accepts the deal.