"All conscience dreaming at this moment is asleep. Jared Loughner is conscience dreaming at this moment. Thus, Jared Loughner is asleep," he wrote in his YouTube video, seeming to refer to conscious or lucid dreams. "In a few days, you know I'm conscience [sic] dreaming!"
So, could Loughner have believed he was dreaming when he allegedly attacked?
"Of course nobody knows for sure," said Schwartz, "but it is certainly possible that this is very much like what he had dreamt before."
It might just be possible that on Saturday, Loughner's dark dreams became a nightmare for an Arizona community and the nation as well.