Defense attorney Juan Manuel Morales, the young man who had planned to emulate the Columbine slaughter at the University of the Balearic Islands, said his client "did not intend to make such theories" and that the prisoner remains in custody " expectant, calm, cooperative and concerned about what the media can publish. " The public defender, Agustina Alonso, also explained to the media at the exit of the Courts of Palma that has no evidence that Morales got a restraining order for his father, but he does know that "relations were disastrous." Counsel also explained that his client has seen over the weekend that the information has been published about the case and finds that "has been greatly exaggerated and that have said things that are not true." Alonso has moved this morning to the Courts of the Balearic capital to order a psychiatric examination and psychological "depth" of his client. The lawyer has already registered the petition in the magistrate's court in September of Palma. The result of this examination may be ready in a week or two, as the lawyer has said. Alonso said that the results of these tests could involve some form of mitigating "if you are diagnosed with mild disease and if severe, could be a defense or ininputabilidad" reports Europa Press. "What matters are the facts and evidence, the rest are speculations," said the lawyer, who has also been told that when you lift the gag order and can access the evidence, prepare the defense based on the revealed. The youth was arrested at his home in Palma's Old Town, on Wednesday after receiving 140 kilos of explosives with which wanted to plant bombs at the University of the Balearic Islands, police said. Morales wrote all his intentions in a journal seized in his house, in which he explains that chemicals make several bombs intended for placement in the UIB. In these personal pages, the boy has detailed his hatred of society and its decision setting up bombs with a tube and filled with shrapnel. It also explains that he intended to commit suicide after killing frustrated in imitation whom he considered his "idols", the two authors of the killings in Columbine institute.