Dr. Feinstein says he told the gunman he had a nihilistic view. The gunman said he hated humanity.
Dr. Feinstein says previous history is best indicator of future violence. The risk assessment also includes questions about suicidal thoughts, substance abuse and whether they have a support system.
PHEW! Narrowly missed another bench conference!
The gunman denied having suicidal thoughts, did not have a substance abuse problem, did not appear depressed, did not say he felt manic and had no episodes of prior violence, Dr. Feinstein said.
The gunman did not mention his attack plan or any of the equipment/weapons he had purchased, Dr. Feinstein said.
Dr. Feinstein said he suggested that the gunman take anti-psychotic medication and expressed concern that he might be having a nervous break down. The gunman declined the medication.
Dr. Feinstein said he hoped/felt he had made a little attachment to the gunman and took it as a good sign that he agreed to another appointment.
Dr. Fienstien said he had no grounds to put an involuntary hold on the gunman after the May 31 appointment.
"He had no specific target. He had no specific location."
The gunman met with Dr. Feinstein and Dr. Fenton again June 11.
The defense does not want Ashley Moser to be asked questions about going to an ultrasound appointment earlier in the day, about Veronica asking to sit on her lap and about Ashley's pants falling down when she got outside.
The defense does not want Ashley Moser to be asked questions about when she found out that her daughter had died.
The defense does not want Ashley Moser to be asked questions about how/when she had lost her baby.