A story in Wednesday's Los Angeles Times says the Milwaukee FBI office is staying quiet about Wade Michael Page, the man who killed six members of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin and wounded four others Aug. 5.
The FBI's Nov. 20 announcement that it concluded its investigation shed no new light about Page or the shootings. That left many in the Sikh community "disappointed," Amardeep Kaleka told the Times. Kaleka's father, temple president Satwant Singh Kaleka, died in the attack.
An FBI spokesman told the Times that Page had no clear motive and the agency did not want to speculate on why he targeted the temple that day. He declined to answer questions about whether Page had substance-abuse problems or showed signs of instability.
Last week's school shooting in Newtown, Ct. has renewed the debate about the causes of mass shootings and how to prevent them.
In an interview last month, Kaleka told Patch that's what he and is brother, Pardeep, are focusing on.
"We probably think about this situation more than anybody on this planet. We are so affected," he said. "Me and my brother have vowed to try to figure it out and try to help the nation move forward so that this never happens again."