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Thirty years after Medina, ND, shooting some still worry about 'patriot groups'

Published 02/10/2013, Forum News Service

Thirty years after U.S. Marshal Ken Muir and Deputy Marshal Bob Cheshire were shot to death by Gordon Kahl, experts on so-called “patriot groups” – those with extreme anti-government beliefs – are more concerned than ever about their growth.

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