Brauchler directs Dr Woodcock to another checklist, one for considering defendant's capacity
@EricS.: pics were shown yesterday. Haven't seen the video yet tho
Item on the list included "efforts to avoid detection" Dr Woodcock agrees efforts before the event were extensive before the event, "but interestingly not after"
"It is not surprising me at all that he would give different information at different times"
"Interestingly Mr. Holmes after the event is not necessarily a clear guide as to what his state of mind was. That is why you go through this process."
Dr Woodcock just noted how he's been taught by Dr. Resnick and Brauchler seized on that --- Resnick wrote the checklist they're talking about and he's also the expert the prosecution hired to rebut Dr Woodcock