Witness David Maldonado said the gunman never looked him in the eyes. His reaction was "Like a 5-9 year-old boy."
Witness David Maldonado said the gunman was so isolated that he was concerned about him.
Attorney asks whether he needed a calculator. Maldonado said the gunman was able to do the math in his head.
Prosecution cross-examining David Maldonado - who worked with the defendant for about 3 weeks before he moved to Colorado.
- New Witness
Defense calls Dr. Rachel Davis.
Dr. Rachel Davis is board-certified in psychiatry.
Dr. Rachel Davis accepted as an expert witness in psychiatry.
Dr. Davis was attending the psychiatric emergency room when the gunman came in at about 11:15 p.m. (She didn't specify the date of her consult.)
Dr. Davis said the gunman received a dose of an anti-psychotic before she spoke to him.
Dr. Davis testified that the nursing staff said his behavior became more organized after taking the medication.
Before that, he was smearing feces around, running into the wall, saying things that didn't make sense.
Dr. Davis: Delirium is an altered mental status due to a medical condition.
Dr. Davis also said delirium "waxes and wanes" - symptoms can become more severe within minutes.
Dr. Davis: "Sometimes he had answers that made sense. He knew he was in a hospital."