A police investigator walks past flowers left for victims outside of Oikos University in Oakland, Calif., Wednesday, April 4, 2012. Six students and a receptionist were killed and three others were wounded when the gunman went on a shooting rampage Monday morning at Oikos University, an Oakland school founded to help Korean immigrants adjust to life in America and launch new careers. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
OAKLAND, Calif. —
Families of the people killed in a shooting rampage at a small Oakland university last year are remembering their lost loved ones as the one-year anniversary of the massacre approaches.
Seven people were killed in the shooting at Oikos University on April 2, 2012 when authorities say One Goh opened fire.
Investigators say Goh -- a former Oikos student -- had planned the shooting after becoming angry with school officials over a tuition dispute. He had previously decided to drop out of the school's nursing program.
Goh has pleaded not guilty to the killings. He is confined to a psychiatric hospital after a judge in January found him incompetent to stand trial.
In April, Oikos will host two memorial concerts -- one in Oakland next Saturday and a second in El Dorado Hills on April 13 -- to remember the victims.
Watchdogs are questioning an exclusive agreement between the City of Oakland and a non-profit group, tapped to lead a multi-million dollar project to redevelop the area around the Coliseum BART station.