Dr Woodcock says mid 20s is common time for onset of these symptoms
Dr Woodcock says he ruled out autism because this is typical symptoms of schizo-type disorders and uncommon of autism, specifically the onset timing
Dr Woodcock says that lack of antisocial rule breaking behavior distinguishes schizoaffective disorder from antisocial personality.
Dr Woodcock adds that he thinks there was a sense of struggle here
Dr Woodcock says his judgement that defendant was psychotic at the time of the fall, because he'd already seen the gunman and thought he was psychotic. Also subsequent review of records showed nothing had changed and this was part of the transition to the "florid state" that led to hospitalization
Dr Woodcock says he wanted to make point about knowing the date of the shooting by July 12 that he believes defendant was psychotic by that time. "Assessing his decision making capacity through that time is really obscured by the density of his psychosis."
Dr Woodcock says Mr Bishops presence may have had some impact on the interview, but that he believes it was limited to awareness and defendant was still responsive to questions
Dr Woodcock says he would've had a different approach and set of considerations if he was hired to do a full blown examination
Dr Woodcock admits "quite frankly maybe I should have" returned call to the jail doctor, but says he had impression from the defense that they were taking care of it
Dr Woodcock says he considered the gunman had done such a horrible thing but was notably/significantly unemotional about it
Dr Woodcock "I think that you cannot separate his illness... from the flatness of his affect"
@CindyL: I believe the jury has been instructed not to connect current appearance to the time in question
Dr Woodcock says total time he spent with gunman ever was 3hours 45mins and gunman was able to communicate effectively. Pupils were large during first interview, not second
"I think he was bored and annoyed at being interviewed and that was really extraordinary"