The man suspected of opening fire on Sunday in a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., was identified by police on Monday as Wade Michael Page, a 40-year-old former member of the U.S. Army.
A U.S. Army spokeswoman told Yahoo News that Page served from April 1992 until October 1998 as a member of the psychological operations unit. He was never deployed, but was awarded numerous medals (?), including two for good conduct and one for humanitarian service [though never deployed?]. Page, a Colorado native [connection to Columbine / Holmes?], received basic training in Fort Sill, Okla. [note connection to OKC false-flag bombing], moved to Fort Bliss in Texas [note connection to James Holmes' psychiatrist] and finished at Fort Bragg in North Carolina.
Page (MySpace/FBI via AP)
A psychological operations specialist is "primarily responsible for the analysis, development and distribution of intelligence used for information and psychological effect," according to the U.S. Army website.
Page was discharged from the army in 1998 for "patterns of misconduct," according to CNN, citing a Pentagon official. The U.S. Army spokeswoman would not confirm or deny the CNN report. Edwards said it was a "general discharge" and that Page was "ineligible for re-enlistment."
Sources (?) told ABC News the suspect was a "white supremacist" or "skinhead." And officials told NBC News he had "some kind of radical or white supremacist views," but was apparently not a member of any kind of radical organization [so, since he's dead, they would know this how?]. His past run-ins with law enforcement were described as minor [reported as 'traffic tickets'].
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center [a known Mossad/ADL connected propaganda arm], Page "was a frustrated neo-Nazi who had been the leader of a racist white-power band." The band, called End Apathy, formed in 2005. According to the group's MySpace page, its music "is a sad commentary on our sick society and the problems that prevent true progress."
There were initial, 'unconfirmed' [they were confirmed] reports of multiple shooters and a hostage situation [article fails to mention this is why DHS FBI and SWAT teams were called in], though police said they believe Page was the lone shooter [a lie, because why, then, did they call in help for the hostages held for hours after the "lone" shooter was killed]. Tactical units performed a three-square-mile grid search of the area around the temple [after other members of the shooting team were gone].