Oak Creek shooting
FBI: Wade Page died from self-inflicted gunshot wound; shooting motive unknown
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People who wish to donate to a memorial fund for shooting victims can send donations to the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, 7512 South Howell Avenue, Oak Creek, WI 53154.
OAK CREEK- We are learning what happened in the moments after a gunman started to open fire at a Sikh temple murdering six people.
Wade Page savagely ended lives and changed countless others.
It was revealed Wednesday that Page killed himself after getting shot by police.
The police officer Page shot nine times, Lt. Brian Murphy, is recovering. The FBI is still searching the temple. And without any note from Page they may never have an official motive.
"We have not identified anyone else other than Wade Michael Page for being responsible for this shooting," said FBI Special Agent in Charge Teresa Carlson.
Investigators know Wade Page was a frustrated neo-Nazi loner who played in white power hate bands, but they want to know more.
In the 60 hours since the shooting federal authorities have conducted 100 interviews, issued 180 federal grand jury subpoenas and are now working on 101 leads worldwide!
"I don't know if there is a common theme, we are subpoenaing everybody and any records and anyone who may be able to shed light on this," said Carlson.
Federal investigators were at the Shooters Shop in West Allis within four hours after Sunday's shooting.
"We cooperate 100% with law enforcement," said the gun shop's manager Eric Grabowski
There are cameras everywhere at the Shooters Shop. Video of Page buying his gun and ammunition six days before the shooting were turned over to investigators.
After picking up his legal purchased handgun, Page bought 50 rounds to practice inside the shop's shooting range but left without any ammunition according to Grabowski.