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Photos of victims are seen during a candlelight vigil in Union Square for victims of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting on August.
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November 21, 2012 Because Wade Michael Page killed himself, we may never know his motive for opening fire on a temple. In the end, six people were killed. The FBI says there is no evidence his affiliation with white supremacist groups led to the shootings.
Wade Michael Page, in a photo released by police.
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August 8, 2012 Wade Michael Page told Pete Simi that the military taught him the deck was stacked against white people.
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August 8, 2012 Surveillance video appears to show that after a police officer shot Wade Michael Page in the stomach, the gunman took his own life with a shot in the head.
August 7, 2012 Officials say the FBI didn't open a formal investigation into Wade Michael Page about six years ago because he didn't seem to be a threat.
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