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Photos: Shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin

Updated 2:18 PM ET, Thu August 9, 2012
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Members of the Akhil Bharatiya Human Rights Organization hold placards and candles during a vigil in Amritsar, India, on Tuesday, August 7, as they pay tribute to Sikh devotees killed in the U.S. The tragedy of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting has reverberated worldwide. AFP/Getty Images
Sikhs gather at Washington's Lafayette Park, across from the White House, for a Night of Remembrance of the Wisconsin Gurdwara Shootings on Wednesday, August 8. The man on the left is holding a poster of Oak Creek Police Officer Lt. Brian Murphy, who was shot multiple times as he pursued the gunman. AFP/Getty Images
Photos of the victims are displayed during a candlelight vigil Wednesday in New York's Union Square. Six people were killed in the shooting Sunday, August 5, near Milwaukee. Getty Images
A woman from the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin mourns during a candlelight vigil Tuesday, August 7, at the Oak Creek Community Center in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Getty Images
Mourners and supporters of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin attend the vigil at the Oak Creek Community Center on Tuesday night. Getty Images
Mourners continue to hold vigils such as the one Tuesday at the Oak Creek Community Center after the carnage left the local Sikh community reeling. Getty Images
Peggy Renner-Howell bows her head after laying flowers Tuesday at a makeshift memorial near the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. AFP/Getty Images
A man visits the makeshift memorial near the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on Tuesday. Getty Images
Members of Wisconsin's Sikh community conduct a candlelight vigil on Monday, August 6, for the six people killed in suburban Milwaukee. AFP/Getty Images
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, along with members of the Sikh community, attends Monday's vigil at the Sikh Religious Society of Wisconsin for the victims of the shooting at the Sikh temple. Getty Images
Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Sikh Religious Society of Wisconsin on Monday, August 6. The mourners pray for their neighbors killed in the attack on a Sikh temple. AFP/Getty Images
Members of the Miwaukee-area Sikh community gather to learn information about the shooting spree of Wade Michael Page, 40, on Monday, August 6 in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Getty Images
A member of the Miwaukee-area Sikh community weeps as he listens to information about the shooting spree. Getty Images
Harpreet Singh, left, and Amardeep Kaleka, right, whose father, temple President Satwant Kaleka, was killed in Sunday's shooting, cry during a news conference in Oak Creek. Reuters/Landov
Amardeep Kaleka is consoled at the command center near the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on Monday. Getty Images
News crews report Monday from outside Page's home in Cudahy, Wisconsin. Getty Images
People console each other on Monday at the command center near the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. Getty Images
SWAT officers surround a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, where a gunman whom authorities identified as Wade Michael Page, 40, stormed the building and opened fire on August 5. The incident left six people and the gunman dead. Getty Images
SWAT officers gather in front of the temple Sunday. The attack occurred about 10:30 a.m., when temple members were reading scriptures and cooking food. Getty Images
People wait for information in front of the temple as law enforcement officers secure the area. Getty Images
Police work outside the entrance to the temple, near Milwaukee. Getty Images
Police man an armored vehicle outside the temple. Getty Images
A tactical officer runs to position as SWAT officers surround the temple. Getty Images
A woman wipes away a tear outside the Sikh temple. Getty Images
People wait for word on family and friends in front of the Sikh temple. The Oak Creek temple, or gurdwara, opened in 2007. Getty Images
Police coordinate outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin, where the rampage took place. Getty Images
A police officer directs people near the temple. Getty Images
An officer works to secure a neighborhood in Cudahy, Wisconsin, on Sunday. Getty Images
Officers take cover behind a vehicle as they secure the neighborhood where the shooter is believed to have lived in Cudahy, Wisconsin. Getty Images