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.
Ryan Cheshire, an Otter Tail County prosecutor, was marked early in life by the tensions between law enforcement and the political views of the people in their communities. He is the son of Deputy Marshal Bob Cheshire, who was shot to death in 1983 while trying to serve an arrest warrant on Gordon Kahl near Medina, N.D.
Feb. 13, 1983: Two federal marshals are shot to death while attempting to serve Gordon Kahl, convicted of tax evasion, with a probation violation warrant as he leaves a Posse Comitatus meeting near Medina, N.D., about 30 miles west of Jamestown.
An auto dealership in Edina, Minn., is selling a car once owned by an infamous North Dakota tax protester.
, October 07, 2010
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