Woodcock asked about specific plans: "He mentioned several ideas, which I thought were fantasies"... for instance nuclear bomb
"He felt his symptoms had overwhelmed him"
"It is very hard for people with these types of illnesses, usually, to seek help and participate fully in the process."
"He said also that he was minimally explicit with the doctors" about the plans, Woodcock said
Gunman told Woodcock about plans A, B & C. "He said that they were longstanding ides that he had"
Plan A: Find a fix or cure for neurological impairment.
Plan B: Would be the opposite, biological weapons. "He's basically saying it would be killing a lot of people"
Plan C: "He just said, 'What I did.'"
Gunman told Woodcock he failed at Plan A by failing in school, considered plan b, committed plan c
"These were signs of depression" Woodcock says about gunman being so tired. Woodcock says it was part of the whole illness
"It seemed to be a phase of this illness"
Gunman told Woodcock that the meds he was given at school caused negative reaction
"I thought the diagnosis of szhicoaffective disorder was more appropriate than schizhophrenia"
"He did feel speeded up on the antidepressants" Woodcock said. (remember how gunman did motorcycle class?)
Woodcock understood gunman was not on medication at the time of the July 24 2012 interview
"He had an illness that was somewhat unstable and probably would be hard to treat"
Woodcock has subsequently reviewed the notebook sent to Dr. Fenton
Woodcock didn't think a "significant neuralgic illness was likely: