Sikh holy book is read for temple shooting victims
August 12, 2012 (OAK CREEK, Wis.) (WLS) -- A reading of the entire Sikh holy book is underway Saturday in remembrance of the six victims killed by a white supremacist at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis.
Reading the book from cover to cover is a traditional rite to honor the dead.
Priests expect to conclude the reading Sunday.
On Friday, mourners from across the globe gathered in the Oak Creek High School Gymnasium to honor those killed.
Wade Michael Page, 40, opened fire inside the temple last Sunday, then killed himself after being wounded by police.
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