@JamieFry: I cannot imagine the strength it took to survive, and I am blown away by the bravery she showed by stepping up to tell her story.
@Victoria: There are several victims/survivors we have not heard from yet - and yes, I expect she will be one of them.
@Victoria: I do think they are saving some of the most dramatic/emotional testimony for the end, so it will be fresh in the jurors' minds.
@Penguins219: I believe so, but written evidence is usually not released to the media until the following day.
The defendant appears to turn to look at the evidence monitor as the prosecution shows the stamps on the package he mailed. There are 16 stamps, some depicting famous scientists.
APD Sgt. Matthew Fyles describes symbol found on "sticky note" found inside white bubble mailing envelope.
APD Sgt. Matthew Fyles says the symbol on the sticky note was also found on the gunman's calendar, on July 20. Back of the note read: "Who, what, when, where and how?"
The symbol drawn by the gunman is a circle with the number 1 and a the infinity sign inside.
@AngelaFreeman: The defense has said we will see every page of the notebook.
@sydnijmm: The judge has a heavy accent - I thought he was saying "property" for the whole first day!
@sydnijmm: He runs a tight ship but has an upbeat attitude. He just joked about how great it was to see the sun after a month!