Dr. Reid: "Were there people over the last few months or so leading up to July 20, 2012, people you told that you were angry?
Gunman: "No, I never told anyone I was angry... I wrote hatred of mankind in the notebook."
Describes it as similar to hating broccoli - versus a fiery, passionate hate.
Dr. Gur says there was no evidence the gunman was being manipulative or deceitful.
King: "Are you aware of anyone who suggested in any way that [the gunman was faking]?"
Dr. Gur: "No."
Gunman to Dr. Reid: "I would say it was selfish. Morally wrong."
Dr. Reid: "What if someone tried to kill you to get 'a point'?" (Referring to the gunman's point system)
Gunman: "Then he wouldn't be wrong."
Gunman admits he would want vengeance if someone tried to kill him and failed.
Many people diagnosed with schizophrenia take themselves off medication when they start to feel better and don't tell anyone, Dr. Gur says.
People with higher intelligence may take longer to present signs of schizophrenia, Dr. Gur said.
"People are not born with an 'S' on their foreheads... it is difficult to accept."
Dr. Gur: "It was a process and he tried to find ways to... put the thoughts away."
King: "Did [the gunman] choose the delusions he suffered from?"
Dr. Gur: "No... he made every effort not to have the thoughts that were intruding into his mind."
Thank you, Shuffie! My boss just told me. Very nice of you.
We will live stream all trial activity as it happens - and will send out alerts when court is live. I do not think we will fill time with replays, but I will ask.
King: "Did the fact that you didn't interview [the gunman's] parents earlier change anything?"
Dr. Gur: "No." She says the information she got from his parents was identical to information in other reports she reviewed, including Dr. Metzner's and Dr. Reid's.