FBI Agent Gumbinner had not spoken with the gunman when he searched/cleared the car behind the theater. "I believe he mentioned he had IEDs" to other officers, Gumbinner said.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said the gunman answered all his questions.
Defense asks FBI Agent Gumbinner whether the gunman was overly excited or proud. Gumbinner said he was not.
Defense asks FBI Agent Gumbinner if he knew the gunman had been sitting at the headquarters since early in the morning of July 20.
Defense Attorney Katherine Spengler cross-examining FBI Agent Gumbinner.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said there were two more launch control devices, one was on a table behind a plant.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said agents blew up the launch control box located on top of the refrigerator.
FBI Agent Gumbinner describes napalm as "greenish-brown sludge."
Prosecution asks FBI Agent Gumbinner about making napalm by mixing Styrofoam and gasoline.
The audio recording of the police/FBI interview with the gunman.
@sydnijmm: I believe prosecutors needed to provide additional documents. I have not heard an update.
Judge Samour calls a 20 minute break.
FBI Agent Gumbinner: "We were gravely concerned once we saw the booby trap."
@sydnijmm: Different agent. The one called briefly yesterday was a cell phone expert.
FBI Agent Gumbinner describes Thermos with liquid inside, rigged at an angle over a frying pan. Fishing line was attached to the top of the Thermos and the front door.
FBI Agent Gumbinner on what he could see from the bomb robot video: "We thought we had multiple explosive devices as well as a booby trap."
FBI Agent Gumbinner said they brought in a bomb robot but visibility was limited to part of the living room.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said he got to the gunman's apartment on Paris Street at about 6 a.m.
FBI Agent Gumbinner identifies ammunition magazines and a compression bandage in photos. The compression bandage was inside the gunman's web gear, Gumbinner said. The bandage is used to keep pressure on a wound.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said there was a backboard behind the vehicle that they kept tripping over, they slid it under the car.
FBI Agent Gumbinner on the other items in the area behind the theater: "We saw different types of ballistic protection and web gear." Web gear is basically a belt with lots of pouches attached.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said the items removed were put behind the car.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said he saw multiple backpacks and bags inside the vehicle. They backed away and used the robot to remove the bags from the car.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said the "big green suit" bomb techs wear weighs 85-90 pounds.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said they tried to use the bomb robot first, but the tinted windows and sunscreen made it difficult to see inside. Gumbinner said he and Agent Troy Waller put on the "big green suit" to check the car themselves.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said he searched the gunman's vehicle for IEDs with 3 other officers/agents - they didn't find anything.
FBI Agent Gumbinner identifies photos of the gunman's vehicle taken behind the theater.
FBI Agent Gumbinner said the ArapCo bomb squad was already at the theater when he arrived and he assisted with checking the car.
FBI Agent Gumbinner admitted as expert witness. Judge Samour tells jurors they are not bound by 'expert testimony.'
"You can believe all of it or none of it," Samour said.
FBI Agent Gumbinner attended 16 weeks of training at Quantico. Bomb techs also attend a 6-week training session on hazardous devices in Virginia every 3 years.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls FBI Bomb Technician Garrett Gumbinner.
Jury question: What time was the second interview?
APD Det. Appel: 3:45 p.m. and lasted 38 minutes.
Defense asks Det. Craig Appel if he told the gunman they were concerned about the safety of women and children in the building before the gunman told him about the explosives.
Appel said yes.
Defense cross-examining Det. Craig Appel.
Det. Craig Appel said the gunman told him there was a trip wire made out of fishing line that would set off explosions inside the apartment.