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Police said today that the suspect, One Goh, had was disgruntled and angry after being expelled and wanted to exact revenge.
Three survivors from yesterday’s gun massacre at an Oakland religious school have been released from hospital, according to The Assoicated Press.
Authorities in the Californian city say a lone gunman identified as One L Goh, 43, allegedly shot dead seven people at Oikos University yesterday, killing them execution style.
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The news agency said Highland Hospital announced that it had released the last of the patients late Monday. Citing a spokesman, the news agency said a total of five shooting victims were sent to the hospital but two of them later died.
The AP said Dawinder Kaur, 19, was doing well physically after being treated for her injuries but was still under the shock of the murders. The news agency said her family said she had been shot in the arm..
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CNN reported that city police claim the alleged shooter “does not appear to be remorseful at all.”
The police believe Goh was disgruntled after being expelled from the university earlier this year and felt ostracized and “picked on,” the news broadcaster said.
“This was a calculated, cold-blooded execution in the classroom,” Police Chief Howard Jordan was quoted as saying. The suspect “just felt a certain urge to inflict pain on them.”