Oakland college shooter unfit for trial: US judge


Reuters

OAKLAND, California — A former nursing student accused of killing seven people at a Christian college in Oakland last April was ruled mentally incompetent to stand trial on Monday.

The ruling by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Carrie Panetta came after two doctors who evaluated One Goh, 44, determined that he suffers from paranoid schizophrenia.

Panetta ordered that Goh undergo an assessment to determine what facility he should be placed in for treatment of his mental illness. She scheduled another hearing in the case for Jan. 28. If a judge determines at a later point that Goh has regained his mental competency, he would be ordered to stand trial in the high-profile case.