Sikh Temple Shooter Had Neo-Nazi Link

Gunman who opened fire in Wisconsin believed to be a white supremacist.
3:00 | 08/06/12

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the words to describe what happened. George. Thank you. Alex. As you just heard, there are word on the underground movement. Brian ross has more on the connection. Reporter: Civil rights connections say wade michael page was associated with a group called volksfront. The southern poverty center said it has tracked page for ten years as he moved through the skinhead circle. He first appeared on the white supremacist scene. Reporter: Page's most recent san francisco alled an-apathy, with songs including "self-destruct." ♪ Adapt to the trying times ♪ the basic idea that these people have is that they are lonely defenders the white race subjected to a genocide by the miserable multiculturists of the world. Reporter: A native of colorado, page enlisted in the army at the age of 21. He was demoted from sergeant to specialist and deemed ineligible for re-enlistment. Page appears to have moved to the milwaukee just this is year, where neighbors said he was not very friendly. On a scale of 1 to 10, about a 125. Reporter: Page bought the gun used in sunday's shooting. Civil rights groups say there are thousands of people connected with the shadowy white power movement. For all of the devotions, one of the sites condemn the attack and label page as crazy. Thank you, brian. Thank you. We're going to move out west to oklahoma and that explosion

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