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    • The town made national news on February 13, 1983 when it was the site of a shoot-out in which two U.S. Marshals were slain.Medina, North Dakota-Wikipedia
    • In 1983, Gordon Kahl, a Posse Comitatus activist, killed two federal marshals and he was later killed by police.Right-wing terrorism-Wikipedia
    • Tax resister and militia movement organizer Gordon Kahl, whose death in a 1983 shootout with federal authorities helped inspire The Order, also had connections to the Christian Identity movement.Christian Identity-Wikipedia
    • Tax protester Gordon Kahl traded shots with U.S. Marshals when they attempted to arrest him in Medina, North Dakota.Shootout-Wikipedia
    • The Posse Comitatus made national news when, on February 13, 1983, Posse member Gordon Kahl killed two federal marshals who had come to arrest him in North Dakota and became a fugitive.Posse Comitatus (organization)-Wikipedia
    • Smithville was the nearest town to the final shoot-out between law enforcement and the infamous tax fugitive Gordon Kahl on June 2, 1983, in which Lawrence County Sheriff Harold Gene Matthews was also killed.Smithville, Arkansas-Wikipedia

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