Camp included many kids who've had a tough life, Menchaca said
I'm doing my best to deal with comments as they come through, without checking names, simply by trying to avoid comments with name calling or other inappropriateness. Its been a while since I've been doing this, but I'm appalled at how much of it I'm seeing for such a minor day in the case
@Amy: Our experts say they likely volunteered, but they are also subpoenaed, meaning they do have to appear
Menchaca explaining the daily pattern of life at the camp
Menchaca says he had a lot of opportunities to see the gunman work, even though they were not in the same cabin
Menchaca says they also had a one week orientation together
Menchaca confirms evidence photos of the camp
First photo is the circle where they met and did songs/announcements
Menchaca confirms photo of the cabin the gunman was in
Next photo was a gathering space and dancing space
Menchaca asked to describe gunman's personality and demeanor: "He was shy, wasn't the type that he would go up to you and talk to you or start a conversation. He was a little reserved." ... "He was a nice guy"
"He was... you could tell when he interacted with them, one on one or the whole group, he participated in all the activities."
Menchaca says that on Wednesdays the counselors brought everyone to a fire pit for hugs and praises and sharing positive thoughts
Menchaca says gunman did participate in that
"In order for you to be there the whole 7 weeks, you had to be able to not get frustrated. To enjoy it"
No additional direct examination. Only cross is to confirm Menchaca last saw gunman in 2008
Someone shut the camera off
Defense not asking for any other video recorded testimonies at this time