Korean 'unfit for trial' over US college shootings
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - A US judge declared a Korean-American man mentally unfit on Monday to stand trial over a shooting rampage that left seven dead at a religious college in California, reports said.
Former nursing student One Goh had pleaded not guilty to murdering seven and wounding three in April's execution-style shootings at the Oikos University, a small Christian school in Oakland near San Francisco.
Two court-appointed psychiatrists found Goh incompetent due to paranoid schizophrenia, according to his attorney David Klaus, cited by the San Francisco Chronicle.
The 44-year-old appeared in Alameda County Superior Court before Judge Carrie Panetta, who ordered him to return in three weeks for placement in an institution, the newspaper reported.