Transcript for Sikh Temple Shooting: Thousands Come to Wisconsin Memorial
In Oak Creek Wisconsin where the grief is still draw thousands of people came to help this relatively small religious community. Start to -- The memorial service -- -- -- -- Peary the morning for the... See More
In Oak Creek Wisconsin where the grief is still draw thousands of people came to help this relatively small religious community. Start to -- The memorial service -- -- -- -- Peary the morning for the six members of the sikh temple who were shot dead when they came to Sunday services one of them temple president sought -- -- collect data was -- deep -- his father. There'd -- three funerals held on Friday in -- three held on Saturday. Funerals and cremation. And our culture it's it's the norm the -- main. In the days since the shooting people of other faiths have taken time to learn more about that culture and condemn the ignorance that's made since the target of threats if not violence. This takes -- -- peace love and and so -- The power of their innocence. In the NBA in the fifth wheel touches us different -- The temple reopened yesterday after the FBI declared it's no longer crime scene saying they're certain a forty year old white supremacist acted alone with a semiautomatic handgun he also used. To take his own life. You are revisiting the scene of a crime. And it just so happens to be your place of worship. Now in suburban Milwaukee they begin the quest to re claim that peace they found in that temple every day except last Sunday. US attorney general Eric Holder is attending the memorial this morning so is Wisconsin governor Scott Walker and congressman Paul right. Scott Goldberg ABC news New York.
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