US Attorney General Holder speaks at service for Wisconsin temple shooting victims; says 'no matter where you come from, no matter how you worship, once you come here, you are part of the American family' - @js_newswatch
Sikh temple shooting update: Police officer who was shot has condition upgraded to 'satisfactory,' Santokh Singh's condition upgraded to 'serious,' Punjab Singh remains in 'critical condition' - Froedtert.com
On August 5, 2012, a massacre took place at the Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, where 40-year-old Wade Michael Page fatally shot six people and wounded four others. Page committed suicide by shooting himself in the head after he was shot in the stomach by a responding police officer.
Page was an American white supremacist and United States Army veteran from Cudahy, Wisconsin. Apart from the shooter, all of the dead were members of the Sikh faith. The incident drew responses from President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Dignitaries attended candlelight vigils in countries such as the U.S., Canada, and India. The First Lady Michelle Obama visited the temple on August 23, 2012.