Nurse Paggen said the gunman was not able to communicate on Nov. 12, 2012 and had a blank stare... "no connection... as if you weren't there."
Nurse Paggen: "He crushed [two paper cups]... he put the sandwich meat between the two cups and was attempting to chew it."
Paggen said the gunman had to be moved to another room.
"The room was not fit to live in. It was full of feces," Paggen said.
Paggen said when he was being transferred to the hospital: "He was totally scared. his eyes were moving around like 'What is going on here?' And he was crying."
His disposition was the same when he returned, Paggen said.
Paggen said the gunman had been unresponsive but when the ambulance crew arrived at his cell, he got up.
"When it was time to get on the gurney... he got up and helped them get himself on the gurney," Paggen said.
Jury question: "From July 2012 to November 2012 did you give the gunman any medications?"
Nurse Paggen: "Besides antibiotics, no."