Thousands Gather to Mourn Victims

    OAK CREEK, WI - AUGUST 10:  Family and friends and community members gather at Oak Creek High School to mourn the loss of 6 members of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on August 10, 2012 in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Bhai Seeta Singh, Bhai Parkash Singh, Bhai Ranjit Singh, Satwant Singh Kaleka, Subegh Singh, and Parmjit Kaur Toor were killed when Wade Michael Page, a suspected white supremacist, went on a shooting rampage at the temple August 5. Page also died at the temple after being shot by police then shooting himself.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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    The six victims of the Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin were mourned on Friday as thousands of friends and family members gathered at a local high school to say goodbye to their loved ones. Both the controversial Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General Eric Holder spoke during the memorial service, calling for unity in this time of tragedy. “No matter what your background, as Americans, we are one,” Walker said. “When you attack one of us, you attack all of us.” The service was attended by people of different faiths, with many mourners coming from as far away as India to honor the victims.

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