Re: Physical access is quite easy
We should be grateful to him for making it so obvious.
I'd say I thought it was about as plainly obvious as you can get.
But then I remember that psychologists still get to make policy and all sorts of things.
A family member of mine got involved in some legal shenanigans. psych involved in report writing told us that we could challenge anything factual that was wrong in their report, but anything that was part of the opinion would not change. That alone proves that their reports are not, in any sense, based on fact but merely opinion. Yet even if the factual basis of their opinion can be shown to be wrong, their opinions still carry enough weight to have far-reaching and life-changing consequences for their victims and the families of their victims. But there is seldom any chance to take action against said psychologist because 'they merely presented an opinion based on their experience and training'.
If ever there was just-cause for a death penalty.............
 "Your honour, in my opinion he's a dangerous murdered who will commit further crimes because he confessed to several murders during out sessions".
'Actually no, I did not confess anything of the sort!'
"You're right, my mistake. I confused you with someone else. Your honour, in my opinion he's a dangerous murderer who will commit further crimes despite no evidence of such ever having been presented to me"
"'"Very well. The psychologist's report says you're dangerous, so I'm going to rule that you be committed to a secure facility, without appeal or recourse, despite the fact that there is not one shred of evidence outside of this opinion that you're dangerous. The evidence is incontrovertible. The psychologist speaks, therefore it must be. "'"
[Not my familty's experience, BUT stuff that I understand has actually happened in several places - paraphrased]