OAK CREEK, WI (WTAQ) - Wade Michael Page was getting more radical with his white supremist views in the months before he killed six worshippers at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek.
That’s according to an FBI search warrant that was recently unsealed.
The affidavit was filed several days after the shooting massacre last August. The Journal Sentinel said it was filed so the FBI could search Page’s computers and social media contacts.
The records did not say what was found. They did cite evidence that Page was connected to a number of white power organizations.
However, the FBI later found no conspiracy behind the Sikh Temple shootings.
Agents said Page acted alone when he killed the worshippers, wounded four other people, and then killed himself.
FBI spokesman Leonard Peace says many questions remain unanswered – including why he targeted the Sikh Temple. Peace said Page took many of those answers to his grave.