OAK CREEK -- CNN released Thursday, August 9th exclusive video taken inside the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek. The temple reopened Thursday, following Sunday morning's shooting that left six dead and critically wounded three, including an Oak Creek police lieutenant. Now, members of the Sikh community are getting ready to say goodbye to their loved ones. Funeral services for all six victims are scheduled for Friday.
Sikh volunteers were on hand at the temple Thursday, cleaning and blessing the temple following the shooting. Sunday, the Sikh Temple was declared a crime scene. The only ones with access to the place of worship were investigators.
Video and pictures released Thursday showed the pantry where 16 people hid as gunfire erupted in the temple.
Perhaps the most chilling image to emerge Thursday is a photo showing a bullet hole in a door. Sikh community members plan to leave the bullet in as a symbol of the tragedy.
Funeral services are scheduled for the six victims Friday, August 10th at Oak Creek High School. Public memorial services are planned from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is expected to speak.
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