April 3rd, 2012
11:44 PM ET

Who was shooter's intended target?

Police say the suspected gunman in the shooting rampage at Oikos University was on the hunt for a female administrator at the school.  When One L. Goh, 43, couldn't locate his target, he went after others at the small college.

Oakland, California Police Chief Howard Jordan said, "This was a calculated, cold-blooded execution in the classroom." After shooting a receptionist in front of students, Goh demanded they lineup so he could kill them. The attack left seven dead and three wounded.

Goh allegedly fled the scene in a victim's car as police searched the school. He surrendered to authorities at a supermarket after telling the security guard he needed to speak with police. Police Chief Jordan told CNN's Dan Simon that Goh does not appear remorseful about the killings.

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