Dr Woodcock says the aversion to talking about his plan was particularly relevant early on, when he was still able to pursue neuroscience (Plan A). Dr Woodcock says that later on the compulsions as a result of the delusions became stronger and he lost the struggle
Dr Woodcock is asked if psychotic break could be cause by committing a crime and says it would be possible
Dr Woodcock says Boulder clinic closed b/c dept of health decided to impose on the building updated codes... and company who owned the program decided not to continue
King has a few follow-up questions
Dr Woodcock says it is "clear by the evidence that the psychosis preceded the shooting"
Dr Woodcock asked if gunman's self-asessment was actually clinical catatonia and he says no
King reads Dr Woodcock criteria from DSM5 for antisocial personality disorder, and Woodcock is saying they didn't apply to defendant
Dr Woodcock asked by DA Brauchler about presence of Mr Bishop and gunman's knowledge of his role.
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Dr Woodcock's testimony is over, he is excused
Sounds like they do plan to call one short witness, but one juror has to leave by 5:05
Brady stands to question the next witness