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Restraining Order Served to Leith Website Creator

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The creator of the Leith, North Dakota website has been served with a restraining order.

 Greg Bruce says a Grant County Deputy served him with the temporary order this afternoon.

The restraining order prohibits Bruce from contacting Deborah Henderson.

 Henderson is the girlfriend of Kynan Dutton, who moved to Leith to join fellow white supremacist Craig Cobb.

Dutton and Cobb are charged with seven counts of terrorizing and are being held on no bond in the Mercer County jail.

The men are accused of threatening residents after they were seen carrying loaded weapons around town.

As part of the restraining order, Bruce is also ordered to refrain from saying anything slanderous, threatening or harassing about Henderson or her family on the Leith, ND website or any Internet source.

Bruce tells KX News the order violates his first amendment rights to freedom of speech and press.

Cobb, Dutton and Bruce are all scheduled for court hearings Monday in Grant County.

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