BALTIMORE, Md. (WUSA) - The man police blame for the bloodshed in Wisconsin had ties to Maryland.
Wade Michael Page died in the shootout, but his white supremacist music was backed by a record label based in Linthicum.
Label 56 is based in Linthicum but the man who owns the label lives here in Baltimore.
Wade Michael Page was a member of two white supremacist bands. Definite Hate, as seen here, and End Apathy, where he was the lead vocalist and played guitar. End Apathy describes its music as a "sad commentary on our sick society and the problems that prevent true progress." Its MySpace page features photos of Wade Michael Page, and band members playing in front of a Nazi flag.
In an interview that has since been taken down from his record label's website, Page said he had been a part of the white power music scene since 2000, when he sold everything he owned and left his home in Colorado on a motorcycle to get more involved.)
The owner of Page's record label didn't answer the door at his Baltimore home this afternoon but issued a statement via Facebook saying that the label never sought attention by using shock value. Label 56 added that it didn't want to profit from the tragedy in Wisconsin and has removed all images and products related to End Apathy from its website.
The statement from Label 56 concludes, "Please do not take what Wade did as honorable or respectable and please do not think we are all like that."