Albert Wong is the shooter. He was ousted from the home for hostile behavior, but there aren't too many specifics on that
LA Times: Wong told the other veterans in the building that they could leave. Then he called out names of staff members who he said also were free to go. Rekdahl was among them. He said three women had to stay: Jennifer Golick, 42, the clinical director; Christine Loeber, 48, the center's executive director; and Jennifer Gonzales, 32, an expert in PTSD who was six months pregnant.
Wong later killed the three women in a second-floor room before taking his own life, according to authorities. He was found dead next to their bodies Friday afternoon. All had sustained gunshot wounds. Officials have said Wong, of Sacramento, suffered from PTSD, but they have not identified a motive for the attack.
Two days after the shooting, Rekdahl provided one of the first accounts of what occurred inside the veterans home just before the killings, as other residents of the complex and townspeople tried to come to grips with the carnage.
Though Rekdahl knew the veterans being treated for combat-related conditions were suffering, she said, she never imagined "in a thousand years" that one would attack the staff.
"We are just all in shock," she said, looking pale and shaky. She said she thought she was going to die on Friday. She knew why Wong targeted the three women he killed, she said, but she declined to reveal more.