Busy at the Olympics, which has been brilliant, but I thought I'd pass on more sobering news.
The Guardian explains the FBI findings
The FBI is examining ties between white supremacist movements and a US army veteran who killed six people as they gathered at a Sikh place of worship in Wisconsin on Sunday.
The police identified the gunman as Wade Michael Page, 40, who served in a US army psychological operations unit before he was discharged in 1998 for a pattern of misconduct, including being drunk on duty.
The Daily Beast has more details of Wade Michael Page's past, including some great investigative research into his band:
Band photographs of End Apathy on their band-mix page show Page holding a red electric guitar, wearing a shirt that reads "Definite Hate: Music With Pride," over a Confederate flag. Swastikas and Confederate flags hang in the background. Definite Hate, another band in which Page played guitar, is also affiliated with the Hammerskins, according to Pitcavage.
The Definite Hate song "Take Action" includes these lyrics: "All the talking is done and now it's time to walk the walk / Revolution's in the air 9mm in my hand / You can run but you can't hide from this master plan." It has been reported that Page used a 9mm semi-automatic handgun in Sunday's attacks.