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Wisconsin / Sikh Temple Shooting #1028360

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 06, 2012
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(Studio: George Stephanopoulos) Report introduced.

(Oak Creek, Wisconsin: Alex Perez) The shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in an act of domestic terrorism featured; details given about the gunman wade page, a white supremacist who had served in the Army, his gun and police Lt. Brian Murphy, who was shot. [Gun shop manager Eric GRABOWSKI†- comments.] [Oak Creek police Chief John EDWARDS†- talks about Murphy's actions.] [Victim's son Amardeep KALEKA†- comments.] The targeting of Sikhs since 9/11 recalled.

(Studio: Brian Ross) The connection of Page to the white supremacist movement examined; details given about his time in the Army. [Southern Poverty Law Center Mark POTOK†- says Page started to play in white power music bands that consider themselves defenders of the white race.] [Neighbor David BROWN†- comments on Page.]

Stephanopoulos, George;
Perez, Alex;
Ross, Brian

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