King asks Woodcock if defense staff ever expressed difficulty reading his notes? No
Woodcock confirms there was a number of points in the transcription where he couldn't read his own writing. "I never anticipated having to transcribe them or make them available"
"The notes were taken for my benefit"
Did Dr. Metzner record his examination? No Does that mean it was bad? "That is not a recognized standard"
Did Dr. Gur record it? No
And King lists other doctors in the same way
"Is there a danger perhaps in placing too much emphasis on small details in a recorded examination?"
Woodcock says "It has to be understood in the context of all the information and that is what the professional examination is really all about"
@TammyGarrison: Not sure yet, but both sides may have had many exams completed, only have to call the ones they deem relevant to their case
"I think that this information has to be filtered by a professional. it is easy to misinterpret. it is easy enough for a professional to misinterpret"
Defendant's IQ decreased from 127 to 113 in the year between two tests
"It is not diagnostic, but it would be consistent with this course"
King says other doctor noted no other explanation for decrease in IQ
King brings conversation back to Plan A/B/C conversation
Do you remember saying to MR. B "That didn't make sense?" yes
Did "I hate everyone make sense to you?" No
"they don't make sense in the usual way. when one understands his psychopathology and the delusional structure that he has, they can at least be put in context."
Gunman said about theater that he "turned them into numbers"