King asks to approach after question/answer about how Holmes sees the anger inside himself
Objection. King says Brauchler is testifying. Overruled
Brauchler asks if that internal anger/fear management has a bearing on the legal definitions
Dr Reid said it was important to him that the defendant corrected him about the anger/aversion to mankind
"My impression was it was a psychological guardedness, not a legalistic one"
Doctor says he considers language used by defendant to consider if he is trying to lead him astray
Dr Reid believes gunman did a lot of research about his own mental health, so no surprise he'd use that term
Objection to misstatement of evidence. Overruled. But judge reminds jury to rely on own recollection of the recording.
Doctor says symptoms weren't consistent with severe depression
Dr Reid says symptoms of mono can overlap with symptoms of severe depression. That's why he asked if gunman went to class, to see how disabling it was
Dr Reid says gunman went to fitness center once-twice a week. "there's no indication that i'm aware of that he wasn't carrying on his usual life"
Dr Reid said he thought FBI sighting near shooting range could have been delusional. But Doc says gunman was clear it was real.
Brauchler asks if a person with this kind of planning might have a heightened paranoia?
Dr Reid says it seems common sense to him that it was possible
Dr Reid handed a redacted video he verified recently. That segment is the July 31, 2014 morning session
Brauchler explains the sound as a drinking fountain and air conditioning. Videographer tried to make adjustments, Dr Reid says.
@NT8: And if the videographer really did make improvements for day 2, it could get better still