These Pictures Show That Wade Michael Page Was A Devoted Neo-Nazi

Wade Michael PageWade Michael Page

Photo: MySpace/EndApathy

Wade Michael Page, the man accused of killing six people in a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, has a long and storied past firmly embedded in the white supremacy movement.Federal law enforcement agencies were reportedly monitoring Page before the shooting because of his ties to right-wing extremists as well his possible activities funding a domestic terrorist group.

Everything from Page’s tattoos to his bands seem to broadcast his support for white supremacy.

We combed his band End Apathy’s Myspace page as well as other sources to find all the photos that seem to prove Page supported the neo-Nazi movement. Myspace has since removed End Apathy’s page.

A close-up of Page in front of a flag bearing the swastika, best known as a symbol of Hitler's Nazi movement.

His arms are covered in tattoos with racist meanings. The cross with the number 14 on his bicep symbolized the neo-Nazi white power movement.

Here's a close-up of his number 14 tattoo.

Page's arm tattoos also include a skull and cross bones, as well as other symbols.

He was in a white supremacist band called End Apathy. In a 2010 interview with the music site Label56, Page said his songs deal with everything from religion to tyranny.

Here's Page performing with End Apathy.

Page and End Apathy often played at White Power festivals across the country. Note the confederate flag.

Here's another band advertisement. This one features both of Page's bands, Definite Hate and End Apathy.

Read the Fox News Latino article here.

NOW WATCH: Briefing videos

Business Insider Emails & Alerts

Site highlights each day to your inbox.

Follow Business Insider Australia on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram.