"As I reviewed the information about what he had set up there was evidence... that he had not constructed those things in such a way that they would be successful"
Dr Woodcock said he would have expected the defendant to produce more effective bombs, given his science background -- specifically chemistry and the internet
"He did use obviously ingredients that might have done this, but they were put together wrong."
@LG: He just said "That was my understanding of the evidence"
Woodcock has misunderstood the design of the bombs and concluded it was a lack of motivation or cognitive deficit. Brauchler capitalized on that
"His behavior was, in my opinion, determined by that delusional system"
Brauchler is out of questions, King says he does want to redirect
Judge calls attorneys to bench, probably discussing lunch
Seems like they will take lunch in 20
King returning the conversation to Woodcock's CV