Following the Sunday shooting in Oak Creek, Wis., the names of the six victims killed at the Sikh temple, a police officer still in critical condition, and the alleged gunman, Wade Michael Page, were read at a press conference on Monday. Page, 40, served in the military from 1992 to 1998 before he was discharged and ineligible for re-enlistment. Page has been identified as the lead singer of a band associated with white supremacy, and had 9/11 tattoo among several others. Page was the only shooter in the temple, but Oak Creek authorities are looking for a “person of interest” who was in the crowd around the temple filming people, and who had a 9/11 tattoo, too.
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