Two interrogatories are listed in the complaint. One asks for the names and titles of each physician, psychologist, therapist or other medical professional that may have treated Ali. The second asks for the names of those present the day Ali came into Good Samaritan and Day-Mont and was sent home instead of being held.
Police sources said they took Ali to Grandview Medical Center for a mental evaluation and that he was released a few hours later.
At 3:15 p.m. that day, Ali returned to Day-Mont carrying a handgun 10 minutes after police said Ali killed three people. Police apprehended Ali as he entered Day-Mont.
The complain also requests a host of medical records and all video documentation from April 10, 2016 that depicts Ali.
The civil complaint’s plaintiff is Michael Taylor, who is represented by attorney Michael Wright. The complaint names Ali, Grandview and Day-Mont as defendants.
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for Ali, who is charged with 28 counts including 10 murder charges. The case has not yet been presented to a grand jury.