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Jordan tells CBS News the suspect has told investigators he was expelled from the small, private university only a couple months ago, and his anger over that expulsion led him to return to the school on Monday with a loaded gun.
According to Jordan, Goh says he came back to the Oikos campus with the intention of shooting the school administrator, but when he couldn’t find that individual, he opened fire essentially at anyone else he could find. Goh is a South Korean national.
Very sad news.
There weren’t random school shootings like this during the 70’s, when the gun laws (I think) were more or less the same. I’m wondering what the solution is. Stricter gun control laws ought to be part of the solution. I know people say that people being able to arm themselves could be part of the solution, i.e. if more people had guns, more people might be able to fight back against a One L. Goh or Seung-Hui Cho or Columbine duo, but think about it: how many sane people carry guns to school, even if they have concealed weapons permits?
It looks like the school catered mostly to Koreans and Korean Americans, and the suspect was a nursing student.