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Wisconsin / Sikh Temple Shooting #1028379

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 06, 2012
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(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) The shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin in an act of domestic terrorism introduced; photos from Oak Creek and of shooter Wade Page shown. [President OBAMA - offers perspective on respect.]

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) The Sunday shooting reviewed; scenes shown with the police dispatch report played. [Victim's nephew Kanwardeep Singh KALEKA†- describes what happened in the temple.] [Oak Creek police Chief John EDWARDS†- talks about Murphy's wounds and the shooting of the suspect.]

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper, Ted Rowlands) Page's legal gun purchase in late July, what the FBI is investigating and Page's girlfriend discussed. [Neighbor David BROWN†, WOMAN - comment on Page and the girlfriend.]

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with police Chief Edwards about the shooting. [EDWARDS - says Murphy was shot 9 times; outlines the investigation and the persons of interest; states indications show Page was a lone shooter.]

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