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August 7th, 2012
09:35 PM ET

Criminologist: Sikh temple gunman became neo-Nazi in Army

Criminologist Pete Simi spent time with the Sikh temple gunman and says Page began to identify with racist ideology while serving in the Army.

TJ Leyden is a former skinhead who says his peers and commanding officer knew about his beliefs while he was in the Marine Corps. Leyden also says there are white supremacists actively recruiting within the military.

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  1. Wendyone1

    There are so many mental health issues nowadays that soldiers have problems with getting addressed due to the stigma especially the wounded warriors in the WTB. It is unfortunate that these soldiers cannot speak out for what they need due to repercussions from the military. The Army is reactive unfortunately and not proactive. It would be awesome if Anderson could and would speak with the wounded warriors at the Ft.Riley, KS Warrior Transition Battalion. I know they would have PLENTY to say.

    August 7, 2012 at 10:41 pm |