Chunli Zhao Paper Shooting Target - Mass Shooting Terrorist

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Fine tune your skills with this paper shooting target of Chunli Zhao, The Chinese terrorist known for the January 23, 2023, a spree mass shooting occurred at two nearby farms in Half Moon Bay, California. Seven people were killed, and an eighth person was critically injured. It was described as "workplace terrorism". The suspect, Chunli Zhao, was taken into custody after he parked outside the sheriff's substation downtown. He lived and worked at the first shooting scene, California Terra Garden – formerly Mountain Mushroom Farm – and had previously worked at the second shooting scene, Concord Farms.


Half Moon Bay is a coastal, agricultural and tourist city approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of San Francisco. Seven months earlier, a manager at California Terra Garden who was not Zhao allegedly opened fire with a handgun at a coworker's trailer following a dispute and was later charged with attempted murder and criminal threats, as well as shooting into an occupied dwelling. According to the vice mayor of Half Moon Bay, it is difficult for those who are undocumented or not in the country legally, including some of the workers at California Terra Garden and in the city's farming community at large, to seek help from local authorities.


At 2:22 p.m. PST (UTC-8), first responders were notified of a shooting at Mountain Mushroom Farm located in Half Moon Bay. Upon arriving at the farm, they discovered four deceased individuals with gunshot wounds. A fifth victim who survived was airlifted by helicopter to Stanford University Medical Center near Palo Alto, with life-threatening injuries. As responders were arriving at the scene, the gunman drove two miles (3.2 km) away to Concord Farms in a maroon SUV, where he fatally shot three more people. Some of the victims were his coworkers. Several children were also present at that shooting scene, but they were left unharmed.

At approximately 4:40 p.m., the suspect, Chunli Zhao, who was a resident and worker at the first farm, was found in his vehicle in the parking lot of the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office substation at 557 Kelly Avenue in downtown Half Moon Bay. He was taken into custody without incident, and a weapon was located inside his vehicle.


The victims were identified as Yetao Bing, 43; Qizhong Cheng, 66; Zhishen Liu, 73; Jingzhi Lu, 64; Marciano Martinez Jimenez, 50; Jose Romero Perez, 38; and Aixiang Zhang, 74. Five of them were Chinese citizens according to China's consulate in San Francisco, which strongly condemned the violence.


The district attorney said the accused, 66-year-old Chunli Zhao, was from China and had lived in the United States for at least a decade. He stayed with 34 other employees in 2022 when Mountain Mushroom Farm's ownership was changed to California Terra Garden. Zhao is or was a coworker of the victims at each site, and officials have described the shootings as "workplace violence". He has been charged with seven counts of murder, one count of attempted murder, firearm use enhancements, and a count of special circumstance allegation of multiple murder. Zhao later expressed his grievances to investigators and during a jailhouse interview. They ranged from being bullied, working long hours and his supervisor, who would be killed during the attack, demanding that Zhao pay $100 for a forklift repair after a collision Zhao blamed on a coworker. Zhao expressed regret for carrying out the shootings. He could face the death penalty if convicted.

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