Dr. Davis saw the gunman one time, for one hour.
He had a "flat affect" at the hospital, Dr. Davis said.
The gunman said he knew why he was in jail, said it was "because I pulled away from the people I knew and I drank their blood.'
Dr. Davis: "He wouldn't function in society if he talked like he did."
@JG: Keep in mind the main doctor for the prosecution interviewed him TWO YEARS later.
Jury questions: Can you explain the difference between psychosis and delirium?
Dr. Davis: Psychosis includes disorganization, withdrawal, hallucinations, catatonia.
Delirium can include some psychotic symptoms - visual hallucinations, fears, delusions of being chased, decreased level of awareness.
Dr. Davis did say echolalia - clarified someone would have heard someone else say the phrase they repeating.
- New Witness
Defense calls Dr. Philippe Weintraub. Works at Denver Health, through partnership with CU Denver.
Dr. Philippe Weintraub had worked at Denver Health for 8 years when he met the defendant.
Dr. Philippe Weintraub accepted as an expert witness in psychiatry.