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Oikos University shooting suspect back in court Monday
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The man accused of killing seven people in a mass shooting at a university in Oakland is scheduled to be back in court Monday.
43-year-old One Goh has pleaded not guilty to the April 2nd massacre at Oikos University.
Police say Goh admitted to investigators that he did it because he was angry at Oikos for refusing to refund his tuition.
His public defender is questioning Goh's competency.
On Monday in court, reports from two psychiatrists are expected to be submitted in his case.
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