Fenton said the gunman's answers were coherent, but it seemed like he was trying to speak as little as possible.
Dr. Fenton said the gunman didn't make eye contact much, and "sometimes he looked like he was looking around the room, I don't know why." Previous testimony suggested he was having hallucinations.
Dr. Fenton wanted to see if the gunman had Asperger's Syndrome, schizophrenia and/or a schizoid personality disorder.
Defense cross-examines Dr. Lynne Fenton.
Dr. Fenton says the gunman told Margaret Roath about he had the compulsion to pull out his hair.
Dr. Fenton says the gunman told Margaret Roath that he couldn't tell her any more or she would "have to report him."
Dr. Fenton says the gunman told Margaret Roath it was very hard for him to go into the mental health center.
"You can hospitalize somebody against their will," Dr. Fenton says about putting a mental health hold on someone.