US Sikh temple shooting victims mourned
Sikhs return to Wisconsin temple where "white supremacist" shot dead six worshipers.
Last Modified: 10 Aug 2012 07:54

Sikhs are returning to a temple in the US state of Wisconsin for the first time since a gunman shot dead six worshipers at the holy site.

Wade Michael Page, a former US soldier who was responsible for the shooting, took his own life after the massacre in the temple. Detectives say they are now examining his links to white supremacists in order to establish a motive for the killings.

In India, where all of the shooting victims were originally from, the families of the fallen have been speaking about their grief.

Al Jazeera's Dominic Kane reports.


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