Five alleged white supremacists charged in slaying of Sikh

ve young men linked to a skinhead, white-supremacist group were charged with second-degree murder Wednesday in the beating death of a 65-year-old Sikh man at the temple where he worked as caretaker.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the killing occurred the same night in January that the racist group, White Power, held an all-night party for its supporters in the Vancouver region. The party took place near the temple.
The five suspects, ranging in age from 17 to 25, were arrested Tuesday without incident in three different Vancouver suburbs.
Police said an investigation into racist and neo-Nazi groups in the region was continuing and indicated additional arrests were likely.
The 65-year-old caretaker, Nirmal Singh Gill, was found beaten and bleeding in the parking lot of a Sikh temple in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey about 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 4. He died later that day in a hospital.
Those charged Wednesday were Robert Kluch, 24; Nathan Leblanc, 25; Daniel Miloszewski, 20, and Radoslaw Synderek, 22. The 17-year-old was also charged, but cannot be identified under the Young Offenders Act.
Investigators said White Power is aligned with other white supremacist groups, including the Northern Hammerskins, the Aryan Nations and the Heritage Front.