- New Witness
Defense calls Jeremiah Leadem, Action Care Ambulance employee.
Leadem: "I was told the name of the patient... why he was being transported to the hospital."
Leadem: "On camera they witnessed him voluntarily hold his arms out, fall backwards and hit his head." Leadem said he repeated the action.
Brady: "Did they tell you he was striking his head against the wall?"
Leadem: "I believe so, yes."
Leadem: "He wasn't able to hold a conversation... I asked him to repeat a phrase... he would continue to repeat that phrase during the transport."
Leadem: "The phrase is 'you can't teach an old dog new tricks.'"
It's a standard phrase used to see if the patient can speak without slurring.
The gunman's speech was not slurred, Leadem said.
Leadem: "I saw what I believed was an old-appearing contusion/bruise across his forehead... About the size of a baseball."
Leadem said four people grabbed the sheets and slid the gunman from the gurney to the CAT scan table.
Leadem said it took an hour and 5 minutes to get from the jail to the hospital.
Leadem is referring to the trip to the hospital on Nov. 13, 2012.
Defense objects to question about whether the gunman's actions seemed exaggerated in the ambulance.
- New Witness
Defense calls Elizabeth Lyons Duncan Lowdermilk, a psychiatrist at Denver Health.
Dr. Lowdermilk accepted as an expert witness in psychiatry.