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Out of Wisconsin police say the man who gunned down six people at a sikh temple yesterday was also involved in the white supremacist movement.
It was a veteran with a troubled record.
Senior correspondent Rick Leventhal has the story from Oak Creek -- -- The FBI calling it a senseless act of violence and a possible act of domestic terror.
I gotta find forty year old army veteran -- Michael page as the gunman who walked into a sikh -- south of Milwaukee Sunday morning and opened fire with a nine millimeter semiautomatic handgun.
Killing five men and one woman and wounding three others including the first police officer to arrive on scene.
As he entered into the driveway area.
He came upon a victim in the parking lot.
And exited his vehicle and went to assist that individual he went to render aid.
-- at that point that he was met by the suspect.
Who basically ambushed him around his vehicle.
The wounded officer lieutenant Brian Murphy is a 21 year veteran shot eight or nine times at close range now listed in critical condition.
Authorities also released a picture of a person of interest a man with a 9/11 -- who showed up at the temple shortly after the shooting and looked suspicious.
But left before police could question him.
The FBI now says the person has been located interviewed and cleared.
As for page he spent six years in the US army is a psychological operations specialist but was discharge in 1998 for.
Patterns of misconduct including drinking on duty.
He's being described as a frustrated neo Nazi sources say he had white supremacist tattoos and was the leader of a skinhead rock band.
But a neighbor says -- seem like a nice guy -- lost his job and broken up with a girlfriend.
We've got -- -- we're going -- everybody.
It is you might get a dark side like -- to moment unreal.
I'm everybody's got a skeleton closet and I guess it came -- yesterday the FBI is still trying to confirm pages motive.
President Obama spoke about it today.
If it -- -- -- reports indicated that.
It may have been through some.
-- -- We're trying to help.
We've heard people immediately -- 410 against those attitudes.
Well the -- community says it's been targeted far too many times and acts of racial hatred especially since 9/11 off any cases.
A mistaken identity people think they're Muslims instead.
Tonight that community is reeling with several dead another critically wounded.
A horrific act of violence in a place of worship right.
Rick Leventhal a lot in Wisconsin tonight Rick thank you.
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