Chunli Zhao, defendant in mass shooting in Crescent Bay, left Seven people dead and one wounded, confessed during interrogation in prison on Thursday with Janelle Wang of NBC Bay Area what he did fatal executions.
Zhao, who spoke with Van in Mandarin for about 15 minutes at the San Mateo County Jail in redwood city, also said that after the shooting, he drove to the sheriff’s station to turn himself in.
Zhao said he survived the years of bullying combined with long hours working on farms, and these issues have not been resolved. He also said that he thought he was suffering from some of mental illness was not in its common sense day of shooting, Wang said.
Zhao told Wang that he in United States for 11 years old and green card. He bought gun used in killings in 2021 and not run for any obstacles in the implementation purchase.
He also expressed remorse for murder, Wang said.
Zhao said that he has a wife with whom he lives with in Half Moon Bay and 40-year-old daughter who life in China.
Watch more in Wang’s video report above.
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