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With the small town of Leith, North Dakota being targeted by a white supremacist, on Friday evening "Piers Morgan Live" welcomed Bobby Harper, the community's only black resident, and his wife Sherill:
"If his goal is to just have only white people here, where do my husband and I go? Because I know that I would not be welcomed," said Sherill Harper, speaking about Paul Craig Cobb, then man leading the efforts to transform Leith into an all-white town. "Some of the posts that have been about me, have made that very clear. They hold me in complete disregard, complete scorn because I have the audacity to be married to a black man."
Talking live with guest host John Berman, Bobby Harper detailed his lone interaction with Cobb:
"He was about 50 to 75 yards away from me when I met him and he was asking me that I having a lot for sale. He wouldn't quite turn around," explained Bobby. "I told him, 'no, we didn't have any land for sale,' but he had a long three quarter coat on and it was kind of warm for that coat but he didn't want me to see his face so he kind of looked over his shoulder and asked me the question."
Summarizing the situation, Bobby offered his analysis of Cobb, and the plan to impose his beliefs on the town of Leith:
"If he can't love he's fellowmen, then, he needs to ask God to help him or something because I'm not very happy. And the people in this town aren't very happy."
With the civil war in Syrian remaining a hot-button issue, on Friday night Farah Atassi offered her unique perspective as part of an interview on "Piers Morgan Live."
"I am a pro strike against [Bashar al-]Assad regime," noted the Syrian National Coalition member. "We should be clear here that this strike is not towards Syria, the country. It's not towards Syrian citizens. It's not towards civilians' neighborhood. It's towards the military station and camps that the regime is launching and killing his own people."
Joining guest host John Berman who was filling in for Piers Morgan, Atassi continued to explain her impassioned point of view:
"We are in a war conflict, the regime is waging war against his own people. Some violations may happen here and there, but the supreme military council and we help Syrian opposition made it clear that these acts are condemned and this is not the conduct of the free Syrian army. This is not the morale of the free Syrian army."