The man suspected of killing six at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin yesterday before being shot dead by a cop has been identified as Wade Michael Page, sources tell Fox News. And more details on Page are trickling in, by way of NBC and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
- The 40-year-old was an Army vet with ties to Fort Bragg in North Carolina; he reportedly served from April 1992 through October 1998.
- While in the Army, he was assigned to psychological operations.
- According to military sources, he was discharged for "patterns of misconduct."
- He had previously lived in Colorado as well as North Carolina, before moving to Wisconsin.
- The Southern Poverty Law Center reports that Page was the former frontman of neo-Nazi music group End Apathy.
- Police say the gun he used in the shooting was bought sometime in the last 10 days, in Wisconsin. It was reportedly a 9mm semi-automatic handgun, and police have recovered it.