It’s not too surprising that Page had ties to white supremacy; if the photo captioned “Wade” on End Apathy’s MySpace page is in fact Page, he was covered in tattoos associated with neo-Nazi groups, including the number 14 atop a Celtic cross, which both utilizes common racist iconography and refers to a famous quote by a white supremacist. Meanwhile, Washington Monthly’s Ed Kilgore wonders about the existence of “the white power music scene,” but sadly, it’s been in existence for a long time, a constant scourge of deep-digging punk record hunters hoping for gems and instead finding Skrewdriver albums to their disdain.
Thus far it seems Page may have acted alone, but the FBI is searching for a person of interest at the crime scene.
The FBI is referring to Page as a domestic terrorist. More updates as they become available.