Gunman said when his sister came to visit it was "pretty much the same as seeing my parents."
Dr. Reid: "How did she react to seeing you?"
Gunman: "Just normally... she was glad to see me. She wasn't sad or anything."
Gunman: "My mom seemed concerned.'
Dr. Reid: "In what way?"
Gunman: "Just to see if I was doing okay."
Gunman says his sister wrote to him once.
Gunman: "I guess we're living different lives."
Dr. Reid: "Is lack of contact what you would expect?"
Gunman: "Yes, since it's been that was since I way in college."
Dr. Reid: "Do you ever wonder why she doesn't write?"
Gunman: "No, I never really thought about it."
Gunman: "Dad usually writes once a month... He usually writes a big letter... I miss him, his personality. He's kind of distinct."
Dr. Reid: "Do you know how [your parents] first found out about the shooting?"
Gunman: "They were called."
Dr. Reid: "Do you have any idea how they reacted?"
Gunman: "They contacted lawyers, tried to get a lawyer for me."
Dr. Reid: "How do you think they reacted about it inside?"
Gunman: "That they were troubled by it."
Dr. Reid: "What was life in Salinas?"
Gunman: "Peaceful, rural, clean, active... I was allowed to play capture the flag in the canyons with my friends."