Former Boss: Sikh Temple Shooter Tried To Join The KKK In 2004

Wade Michael Page, the man who killed six people Sunday when he opened fire on a Milwaukee-area Sikh temple, showed warning signs as early as 2004.

After Page was fired from his job at a Fayetteville, N.C. Harley Davidson shop, his former boss John Tew found an application to join the Ku Klux Klan, according to CNN. 

Page, who was fired for yelling at female employees, became angry when he went back to get the application and was told it had been destroyed, Tew told CNN.

The discussion about the KKK takes place around the 1:25 minute mark of this video:

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