A decade after he profiled the neo-Nazi band that Wisconsin shooter Wade Michael Page once played in, recalling unsettling memories of the hatecore scene.
Sikhism, the major religion with about 25 million adherents worldwide at the center of the Wisconsin shooting, remains little known and widely misunderstood in the United States.
The president of the Wisconsin Sikh temple, gunned down along with five others, was recalled as an open-hearted man who died defending the house of worship he helped build.
Shortly after Harpreet Singh learned about the shooting at the Sikh temple, anxious inquiries started pouring in from Sikhs in the Milwaukee area.
The Sikh faith has roughly 27 million followers worldwide, and the vast majority live in India. Here are some answers about the religion and its history.