A hero has been named for the man slain in a church shooting in California.

(AP) — LAGUNA WOODS, Calif. Authorities say a gunman motivated by anti-Taiwan animosity bolted the doors of a California church 

and buried firebombs before firing at a crowd of primarily elderly Taiwanese parishioners and killing a man who tackled him.

David Chou, 68, of Las Vegas, a United States citizen who grew up in Taiwan, drove to Orange County on Saturday and attended a lunch hosted by the Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church

which worships at Geneva Presbyterian Church in Laguna Woods. Despite knowing no one there, he spent almost an hour chatting with approximately 40 people before carrying out his plan

He chained the doors and filled the keyholes with super glue. He had two 9 millimetre handguns that he had legally purchased in Las Vegas years 

cocktail-style incendiary devices and extra ammunition. Dr. John Cheng, 52, tackled him in the following confusion, allowing other parishioners to restrain him and tie him up with extension cords.

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