Dr. Lowdermilk: "He knew the month and year, couldn't tell me the day or the date."
Lowderman said he had good eye contact, he was calm at that time, his answers made sense... But he reported auditory hallucinations. One voice sounded like it was coming from behind a wall. He said the voices told him to do things like walk around.
Lowderman said the gunman was still describing psychotic symptoms on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. He was admitted Nov. 15. He said the voices told him to stop eating, Lowderman testified.
Dr. Lowdermilk said the gunman had symptoms of delirium and psychosis.
"I don't know the order in which things developed."
Defense Attorney Tamara Brady: "The stress of jail, the stress of being charged with murder, the stress of facing the death penalty could have made [the gunman] psychotic, right?"
Dr. Lowdermilk: "Correct."
Defense Attorney Tamara Brady: 'Do you believe Mr. Holmes was psychotic when you saw him?"
Dr. Lowdermilk: "Yes."