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Dutton Says He's Considering Class Action Suit Against Leith

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Kynan Dutton moved to Leith to join Cobb in his efforts.

Dutton's at the capitol today to file paperwork with the state Labor Department.

He says he's also in the beginning stages of filing a class action suit against the city of Leith.

Dutton says he is being persecuted there because of his Creativity religion and racial beliefs.

"That my human rights are being violated, my financial's are being broadcasted, that I'm being smeared in the media, I'm having city council members that are supposed to represent the community making unfair laws and persecuting me personally, that I'm having the media openly soliciting a religious lawsuit which totally is a violation of the law," says Kynan Dutton.

By media, Dutton is referring to a Leith website that he says is raising funds to file a lawsuit to force he and Cobb to leave. Dutton says suing based on religious beliefs is against his rights as an American citizen and against the Constitution.

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