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Wisconsin / Sikh Temple Shooting #1028382

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 re-introduced; photos of shooter Wade Page, who was part of a racist band, shown.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) Page's role in the white power music industry with his own band that played hate-filled music examined. [Author Devin BURGHART†- says these bands are known for recruiting people into the white nationalist movement.]

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper; studio: Drew Griffin) Page's crime-free record, his music lyrics, the white power beliefs/hate, the music bands and the secretive music festivals discussed.

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former skinhead T.J. Leyden about Page, white power and music. [LEYDEN - explains the role of music in white power recruitment of kids, tattoos, the "lone wolf" approach; outlines how he personally changed his hatred and helped people get out; speculates about how race is a religion for them.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:11:10

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