‘Mass murderer of Sikhs a neonazi’

This video from the USA is called The Rise of the Modern Nazis White Power USA Part 1.

This is Part 2.

And this is Part 3.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Sikh shooting suspect a ‘frustrated neonazi

Monday 06 August 2012

A man suspected of killing six people at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek Wisconsin at the weekend was said to be a 40-year-old army veteran and “frustrated neonazi.”

Officials and witnesses said a gunman walked into the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin and opened fire as several dozen people prepared for Sunday morning services.

First Assistant US Attorney Greg Haanstad in Milwaukee named the suspect as Wade Michael Page and a US defence official who spoke on condition of anonymity said Mr Page joined the army in 1992 and was discharged in 1998.

Civil rights organisation the Southern Poverty Law Centre claimed that Mr Page was a “frustrated neonazi” who led a racist white supremacist band End Apathy.

Police called Sunday’s attack an act of domestic terrorism.

See also here.

Sikh Temple Shooter Part of Growing Trend of Anti-Sikh Violence. Annie-Rose Strasser, ThinkProgress: “Several reports out this morning indicate that Wade Michael Page, the army veteran who is suspected of killing six and injuring three at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, WI, over the weekend, was a white supremacist and a ‘skinhead.’ According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Page – who was killed in a firefight with police – even played in a white-power band that had ties to neo-Nazis”: here.

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  3. Neonazi’s 12-year-old son stands trial for his murder

    Wednesday 31 October 2012

    A 12-year-old Californian boy went on trial for murder yesterday.

    The boy, who the Star is not naming because of his age, has admitted to killing his neonazi father Jeff Hall two years ago by shooting him in the head at point-blank range.

    Chief deputy district attorney Michael Soccio said the boy was inherently violent and should be behind bars for as long as possible.

    “This child started at five years old being expelled from school for violence. It started way before his dad ever joined any nazi party,” he said.

    But defence lawyer Matthew Hardy says the boy had “neurological and psychological problems” linked to neonazi “conditioning” at home.

    Mr Hall had taught his son how to use a gun, he said, while the child’s stepmother had testified that he had been “hit, kicked and yelled at” at home.

    “You have to ask yourself: ‘Did this kid really know the act was wrong based on all those things?'” Mr Hardy said.



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