Yesterday’s killing of six people at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin has reverberations in Southern California, where many Sikhs live and worship. Because many men wear turbans, they’re often mistaken for Muslims, especially since September 11. What’s their reaction to yesterday’s atrocity? Why is it against their religion to shut their doors, even in the interests of security? Bhupinder Kaur from the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund and Navneet Singh of the Sikh Center of Orange County talk with Warren.