Roommate: Church shooting suspect voiced criticism of Taiwan
The man accused of opening fire on a Southern California church congregation of mainly elderly people because of his political hatred for Taiwan recently spoke about his contempt for the island at home, his roommate said. David Wenwei Chou said he felt the Taiwanese government was corrupt and disliked how people on the island were sympathetic to the leadership, Jordin Davis of Las Vegas told The Associated Press. Chou, 68, is accused of opening fire Sunday afternoon at a lunch gathering of elderly parishioners at Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church in the community of Laguna Woods.
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