Published April 04, 2012
| Associated Press
OAKLAND, Calif. – Prosecutors have filed seven murder charges against the man accused of a fatal shooting rampage at a California Christian college.
Forty-three-year-old One Goh also was charged Wednesday with three counts of attempted murder.
Goh appeared briefly in court Wednesday afternoon. Prosecutors also charged him with a special circumstance allegation of multiple murders that could make him eligible for the death penalty.
He was dressed in a red jail jumpsuit and was shackled at the waist. He was soft-spoken and said only "yes" when the judge asked him if he understood the charges.
Goh did not enter a plea and was ordered to return to court April 30.
He surrendered to authorities Monday, an hour after the attack at Oikos University that left seven dead and three others wounded.
Police say in court documents that Goh admitted to bringing a .45-caliber handgun to Oikos and four magazines of ammunition. The documents say he acknowledged shooting several people before fleeing.
Goh is scheduled to make his first appearance in Alameda County Superior Court later Monday.
He is being represented by the public defender's office.