Dr. Fenton says the gunman did not discuss his theory of "human capital" during the first meeting.
Dr. Fenton: "I had the impression [his homicidal thoughts] had been there a long time... maybe years."
Dr. Fenton said the gunman complained the medication wasn't helping and made him sleepy.
Dr. Fenton met with him for 15-20 minutes during their second session. He agreed to come back for follow up appointments.
Dr. Fenton: At 4th meeting gunman said he felt less anxious, but was having trouble remembering things. He said he was sleeping about 9 hours a day and still felt tired.
Dr. Fenton met with the gunman April 17. His appearance was the same as it had been.
"His mood seemed fine and he was not suicidal," Fenton testified.
Dr. Fenton: "He said that he broke up with his girlfriend about a week ago, he was doing OK but had an increase in obsessive thoughts about women."
Also had obsessive thoughts about "men" and "everyone."
Dr. Fenton said she felt questioning him more directly about his homicidal thoughts might push him away and that he wouldn't answer.
Dr. Fenton: "He was angrily asking me, 'Why you won't tell me your philosophy on life? I've told you mine.'"
@LG: I guess he told her a different story.
Dr. Fenton says the gunman made "a few select, odd statements that I didn't understand."