On May 31, Dr. Feinstein also brought up prescribing anti-psychotic medications but the gunman was not willing to take it. He agreed to another meeting.
Dr. Fenton says the gunman did not tell her anything about the purchases he had made. He had no signs of mania on May 31.
Gunman appeared the same at June 11 meeting, according to Dr. Fenton. Meeting only lasted 20 minutes instead of the usual 45-50 minutes.
The gunman told Dr. Fenton he had failed an exam. He said he thought he would drop out of the neuroscience program.
"He seemed very relaxed. To me that seemed inappropriate," Fenton said. He had an 'air of relief" and did not seem stressed.
@Kristle: He asks about the gunman's appearance at each meeting. He didn't dye his hair until later in June, as far as we know.
Dr. Fenton wondered if he was mad at the program, the school or any individual associated with it. He didn't seem to be. Seemed to have reasonable plans for the future. Did not appear depressed.