Dr. Fenton first brought up prescribing anti-psychotic, seroquel, during meeting on April 3. He declined because he was afraid it would make him too sleepy.
On May 1, Dr. Fenton asked the gunman about an emoticon he used in an email to her.
"The Qs were fists and it was him punching me in the eye," she quoted him as saying.
On May 1, Dr. Fenton talked to the gunman about his ex-girlfriend.
"He said that his ex-girlfriend texted him again. 'She's going thru the 5 stages of grief. She's in depression now.'"
He replied to the text with: "The thorn in my side was well worth the rose."
The gunman told Dr. Fenton he'd had multiple other girlfriends. Relationships would last about 4 months and then he would stop talking to them.
The gunman did not talk about any plans, any targets, human capital, or increasing his self worth during May 1 session, Dr. Fenton said. She asked if he would mind having a second doctor present during treatment.
Dr. Fenton also thought the gunman might be more comfortable talking to a male doctor.
Dr. Fenton said when she asked the gunman about bringing in a second doctor, he said "Oh it will be to lock me up."
Dr. Fenton: "He said, regarding me, 'You do certain things, like crinkle your nose, which means dislike.'" He also said, "You have an unconscious and that makes you do things."
Second doctor to treat the gunman was Dr. Robert Feinstein. He told Dr. Feinstein, after the breakup, he told his ex-girlfriend he "hates sheeples and shepherds."