King is returning to the chapter of insanity evaluation guidance that Brauchler brought up, asking Woodcock to confirm the steps that he did complete. DA had him confirm the steps he didn't complete
"I saw no rational reason for this shooting"
"Many (of the questions) were answered by the facts of the case"
King says and Woodcock confirms that defendant told Dr. Gur he would have gone through with the shooting even if there was a cop nearby
"Do you list every single thing that you have considered in your report?"
"No, I did not"
"What is the purpose of your report?"
"To list the information that I have relied upon in my conclusion"
King and Woodcock had difficulty planning times to meet, b/c of scheduling
Woodcock says he wouldn't accept assignment if he didn't have the opportunity to make his own judgments
"He did understand it was legally wrong"
Woodcock calls Brauchler's question linking escape to sanity a false relationship
"he was organized in pursuit of this delusional goal, this mission... He was able to organize that behavior. Unfortunately the direction/goal of the behavior was determined by his delusional state"
"(organization) is probably the biggest misunderstanding about mental illness that is related to this case"
"He was in a state of psychosis and multiple intersecting delusions that were unfortunately goal directed in killing people"
@TammyGarrison: It would appear that this doctor is asserting the CAUSE of the planning is the illness and that is why
"Of all those things that were raised, did anything change your opinion...?" No
"Did you reach the same diagnostic conclusion and opinons as dr metzner?" Yes. Dr Gur? Yes. Dr Reid? Yes