@NT8: I'm trying, but I'm also doing my actual assignments simultaneously and in this case, there's only so much attention to go around. I want the crowd to be clear that I want them to participate, but if it goes so wildly off topic I'll run out of time again
"what I understood from his that he wanted to be able to continue his program and he felt he needed help to do that"
Gunman was "especially ambivalent" about getting help with his homicidal thoughts
Dr's notes on page 6 "He didn't consider his thoughts about harming his people a problem"
DA: "he felt like if he took the anti-psychotic meds he would lose the desire to want to murder"
DA says gunman tried to recruit friends. Are those your words or his words? "I think those are his words"
Woodcock said gunman's "i have everyone" philosophy didn't make much sense
Woodcock says gunman interpreted depression as "inwardly directing his suffering" and he decided "oh, woe is me, I"ll release havoc"
Phrase "Human capital" was nowhere in the notes and Woodcock confirms that didn't come up during his interview
Gunman told Woodcock about his "plans A, B & C": "The bad ones wouldn't be good for others, wouldn't want it to happen to me"
Brauchler brings up that gunman was going to 24-hr fitness with regularity, never missed a class
Woodcock did ask why he dyed his hair, and Dr. says gunman didn't have an answer to that question
Woodcock says gunman told him he engaged in a "spending spree"
Brauchler asks if Bishop told Woodcock not to ask about murders... Woodcock confirms again he was
Woodcock says he doesn't remember writing down if he followed up more. But says gunman did give examples of mania that included driving fast, spending spree, dating site
In this interview, Woodcock says he didn't investigate dating sites