Gunman said he saw an FBI SUV drive by while he was at the shooting range.
DR says, well, I guess that's not paranoid
Reid asks gunman if he thought FBI was watching him before the shooting. He says he thought the FBI had him under surveillance, would stop him.
What led you to think that? "Just maybe that I was going to commit a crime."
Gunman says he'd hoped they were watching him so they'd lock him away before he did it.
Dr Fenton locked gunman out of her office. Gunman explains he'd sent her emoticon showing a punch. "It was supposed to be me getting punched because she'd forgotten my last name... so when I went to the pharmacy.." wrong name was on RX
gunman explains the emoticon was the title of the email to Dr Fenton
Email also included wrong-name prescription
Then, next visit, the door was locked. "She thought I was going to punch her"
"I think she misunderstood"
Gunman wondered if other doctor w/arm in sling may have feigned weakness. gunman also thought he might have been hiding something
Was it logical for others to be afraid of him?
"I'd say it was logical because I'd already started getting weapons"
Sounds like the end of the session
Brauchler asks what is important about the saws
Dr Reid says "picture as he has described a person who does not tolerate well being even in mild confrontation with people"
Dr Reid says says gunman talks about freezing instead of fight or flight. "The things that he described as images in his mind are unusual to hear for an adult... ..... we see things like this in little children who have fear about their anger"
Dr Reid says "As we mature, the same kinds of issues are still deep down in our psyches"... "But we take care of those fears automatically"
Dr Reid says "in the situation with mr holmes, that primative or almost infantile childlike way of dealing with his anger is close to the surface and he is conscious of it"
Dr Reid says "regular folks, like most of us in the room, would not be aware as that happens"