Suspect Was in White Power Band

    OAK CREEK, WI - AUGUST 05:  Police guard the front of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin where at least one gunman fired upon people at a service August, 5, 2012 Oak Creek, Wisconsin. At least six people were killed when a shooter, who was later shot dead by a police officer, opened fire on congregants in the Milwaukee suburb.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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    Wade Michael Page, the alleged shooter of seven people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin on Sunday, was the leader of the neo-Nazi music group End Apathy, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. “The inspiration was based on frustration that we have the potential to accomplish so much more as individuals and a society in whole,” Page said in a 2010 interview with Label 56, which the SPLC identified as a “white-supremacist website.” Page said he wanted to “figure out how to end people’s apathetic ways.” Page had been involved in white-power music since 2000, he said in the interview.

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