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August 9th, 2012
08:54 PM ET

Fellow soldier on Sikh temple gunman: "I always knew he was a white supremacist"

The lone gunman in the temple shooting, Wade Michael Page, apparently had ties to white supremacy groups for decades. One of his fellow soldiers at Fort Bragg, Fred Lucas is OutFront.

We spoke to him on the phone from Bloomington, Indiana and we asked him how he knew about Page's radical views.


Filed under: Crime • Sikh Temple Shooting
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  1. Raymond

    Sometimes we think that the "feds" are looking into our life too much.... Well I guess this is a factual case where some might say we did not look into peoples lifes enough?? Freedom comes at such a high cost... To be free to some seems a "right" well I don't think so... As free people we should conduct ourselves like free people, that means that we respect each other... we care for each other .. we fight for each other... To be free in a society where people shoot each other over nothing.. When one has somewhat real reasons to fear going out at night or even during the afternoon... Being free means that if you elect to own guns that you should be open and reasonable about how you conduct yourself with said guns... As a free person you owe it to the men/women that have enabled you to be free... We should respect and try to act accordingly as free men and women... Maybe does not matter... maybe free people have no debts for that freedom they so enjoy..... I dunno.... just sayin what I feel...

    August 10, 2012 at 9:47 am | Reply

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