When a gunman began shooting at a Taiwanese American church luncheon, Shoei Su said he froze.
It has been a week since a gunman began shooting at a Taiwanese American church luncheon in Orange County, killing one and wounding several others.
David Chou, the man accused of opening fire on parishioners at Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church because of his political hatred of Taiwan dubbed himself a "destroying" angel in a seven-volume diary sent to a newspaper before the attack, the paper said Wednesday.
"I wanted people to know doctor, Dr. John Cheng's name... because, you know, just this one act that he made on Sunday saved so many lives and just demonstrates how great of a person he was," Cleveland Browns fullback Johnny Stanton told FOX 11.
David Chou, who prosecutors call the diabolical and crafty monster behind a deadly shooting at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods, seemed to be a kind and quiet person who shared his food and proclaimed himself a Christian, his roommate said.
Cleveland Browns fullback Johnny Stanton is remembering his former doctor, Dr. John Cheng, as a hero. Cheng was killed on Sunday while authorities say he tackled and attempted to disarm the gunman who opened fire on a Laguna Woods church.
The suspected California church shooter briefly appeared in court Tuesday.
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said suspected gunman David Chou could face the death penalty or life in prison without parole.
Prosecutors in Orange County announced charges Tuesday against the suspected gunman in a shooting at a church in Laguna Woods, killing one and wounding five others.
Officials said they believe the shooting inside Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods was a "politically motivated hate incident” driven by the suspected gunman David Chou’s alleged hatred for Taiwanese people.
President Tsai Ing-wen’s office issued a statement Tuesday saying she condemned “any form of violence,” extended her condolences to those killed and injured and had asked the island’s chief representative in the U.S. to fly to California to provide assistance.
Officials say churchgoers restrained and hogtied the shooter before authorities could arrive.
Officials said they believe the shooting inside Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods was a "politically motivated hate incident.”
One person was killed and five others were hurt in a shooting at Geneva Presbyterian Church. Officials say churchgoers who restrained the shooter "undoubtedly" saved lives.
The victim in Sunday's shooting at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods, California has been identified as 52-year-old Dr. John Cheng.
Chilling images show the moment where churchgoers held down the suspected gunman inside the Laguna Woods church.
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer discusses what's next for the suspected gunman in the deadly church shooting that took place in his county over the weekend.
Powerful photos show the moment a group of churchgoers hogtie the suspected gunman as they wait for police to arrive.
There is an outpouring of support for a Taiwanese church community in Orange County after a gunman opened fire during a lunch reception Sunday, killing one person and wounding five senior citizens before being stopped and hog-tied by parishioners in what a sheriff's official called an act of “exceptional heroism and bravery.”
Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer and other OC officials provided an update after a gunman opened fire at a Laguna Woods church over the weekend.