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Texan called hero after tackling California church gunman – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2022-05-17 14:54:31 –

Marshall ISD announced that 1987 graduate Dr. John Chen died in a shooting at the Presbyterian Church in Geneva.

Orange County, California — Aboriginal people in eastern Texas are welcomed as heroes after witnesses say witnesses were killed when confronting a gunner who fired at a church in California.

Marshall ISD Announces 1987 Graduation Dr. John Chen He died in a shooting at the Presbyterian Church of Geneva, which hosted a Taiwanese congregation in Orange County, California. Five others were injured.

The 1987 Marshall High School Yearbook shows that Dr. Chen was “most likely to succeed” by his classmates.

Dr. Chen also attended Baylor University (1991 class). The college said he was killed after “literally taking a bullet for his fellow congregation while heroically working on a gunner in the Church of Orange County.”

“Dr. Chen is the hero of this case,” said Don Burns of Orange County Sheriff’s Office. “Without Dr. Chen’s actions, there is no doubt that the crime will result in more casualties,” he said.

According to officials, the suspect, identified as David Wen Wei Chow, 68, in Las Vegas, was a Chinese immigrant motivated by the hatred of political tensions between China and Taiwan. They called his crime “Political motivated hatred.. ”

according to CBS 8, Two semi-automatic pistols were robbed from the attacker. Federal officials said Monday that Chow had legally purchased weapons in Las Vegas. One in 2015 and the other in 2017.

Dr. Chen has survived by his wife and two children.

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