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Newly released police -- audio paints a chilling picture of the shooting at a sikh temple and Wisconsin let's take a lesson.
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You can actually hear the shots behind -- Rick Leventhal right now live in Oak Creek.
With more for us on this -- -- very dramatic audio we just played what's the latest you're hearing.
Well -- and 48 hours after that shooting -- and there are still police officers outside of the sikh temple behind us.
They have opened the main road here but access to the temple itself has now been sealed.
As the FBI continues to process the crime -- -- gather forensic.
We can tell you that the police officer who was injured in that attack -- -- Brian Murphy is still listed in critical condition the 51 year old officer in the hospital shot eight or nine times in the neck and extremities he was wearing a bulletproof vest.
The twenty year veteran of the medical team -- born in Brooklyn.
And his brother is a retired NYPD detective waved off arriving officers to help -- before they helped him.
Of course the shooter has been identified -- -- Michael Paige a forty year old.
Army veteran whose discharge for misconduct he's noted a hard metal musician had a band called and apathy.
Also known as a white supremacist and called creepy.
By one neighbor.
He apparently bought the nine millimeter semiautomatic handgun he used in the shooting less than a week.
A before he opened fire at the end and so -- how -- the community reacting.
Well they've had a number of vigils candlelight bid those they've had other services and other -- couples including Wanda across town about forty miles from here.
Hundreds of members of the sikh community as well as others coming out to show support.
For their friends and family and loved ones we've learned that among the victims of the shooting.
Was the founder and president of the couples -- two Brothers.
And a mother of two and another compelling -- we're seeing here -- and its members of the sikh community.
Coming to the police department bringing gifts of flowers and baked goods to thank the officers.
For their hard work responding to this awful awful tragedy.
All right Rick Leventhal reporting live from Wisconsin thank you a whole lot more.
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