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Wisconsin / Sikh Temple Shooting / The Victims #1028497

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 07, 2012
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(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Oak Creek: Randi Kaye) A look at the lives of the victims of the shooting at the Sikh temple in Wisconsin presented; details given about temple president Satwant Singh Kaleka, Suveg Singh, Sita Singh, Ranjit Singh, Paramjit Kaur and Prakash Singh; photos shown. [Victim's daughter-in-law Kulwant KAUR†- describes what happened in the shooting and the condition of her father-in-law Satwant Singh Kaleka.] [Granddaughter Sandeep KAUR†- talks about her grandfather's dedication to the temple.] [Victim's son Kamal SAINI†- comments.]

(Oak Creek: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Kaleka's son Amardeep Kaleka about the family after the shooting. [KALEKA - talks about the grieving process and their cultural approach to it; explains his father's view of blending into the American culture; outlines the Friday community funerals; comments on the "soft attacks" on his people and the need to speak up to authorities.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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