Oscar Pistorius, das Model, der Valentinstag und das war dann Notwehr18.03.2014 um 15:42
hier noch eine Seite zum trial mit Videos und "Experten"
Tussinelda schrieb:und dann vergehen 20min, bis andere diese auch gehört haben wollen? Oder es stimmen tatsächlich die Zeiten der Telefone nicht (aber alle?)Wenn bisher lediglich eine Leitung der Security ausgewertet/diskutiert wurde, dann könnte es schon sein, oder?
Mal im Auge behalten, denn es gibt wohl noch mehr Anwohner:Stipp können wir streichen, den hatten wir ja schon.
It's apparently unknown where the houses of four other residents who live at the same estate and will testify are located
- Johan + Annette Stipp
- Christo Menelaou
- Nyiko Maluleke
- Osterella Ntombenkosi Mkhwanazi
Beitrag von KlaraFall, Seite 1.026
Roux's 7 steps to cross-examination
Tussinelda schrieb:ob man das auf 20min festlegen kann, den Todeszeitpunkt?Laut der Obduktion war Todeszeitpunkt die Zeit des Kopfschusses. Das steht 99% fest!
Today's Summary in brief. (note that tomorows summary will have more information with the current witness on stand)
Bennie Van Staden told the court he had moved a gym bag in Pistorius' bedroom but did not know who shifted around objects including flip flops, a fan and TV remote control.
Pictures of the room taken two days apart were shown, with the defence claiming they showed a "great disturbance" in the scene.
Gun Mr Van Staden says he may have moved the mat under the gun
Mr Van Staden also said he may have moved a bathmat while photographing a handgun after pictures showed the weapon in different positions.
However, when asked by the prosecution "on the 14th, did you change the scene?" he answered "no".
The photographer also admitted someone had moved the cricket bat Pistorius apparently used to beat down the bathroom door to get at his model girlfriend.
But under prosecution questioning he later agreed it had shifted just "millimetres".
Pistorius bedside photo The defence claimed objects were also moved around in Pistorius' bedroom
In a twelfth day of evidence in South Africa, the defence tried to portray a disorganised crime scene and suggested a second officer was taking photos of the bathroom area at the same time.
Mr Roux showed time-stamped photos on the court monitor and said police ballistics officer Lt. Col Motha was also working in the bathroom passage.
Mr Van Staden denied he and his colleague were in the same area and said "as far as I can remember" he was alone.
However, the witness appeared surprised when a close-up of one of his photos taken outside of the bathroom appeared to show someone else inside the room.
The photographer was also questioned about a watch believed to have been stolen from a display box at Pistorius' house while police were on the scene.
He said his photos showed the watch, worth up to £6,000, disappeared sometime between 6.01am and 1.20pm on the day of the killing.
The trial previously heard that Col Schoombie van Rensburg had demanded pictures of the watches because they "looked expensive".
Tuesday's proceedings began about an hour and a half late after the photographer had trouble finding the pictures the court had requested.
Police photographer Bennie Van Staden quizzed over the crime scene. He admits some objects were probably moved but that he did not change things.
:: Defence tries to paint a picture of a disorganised crime scene with several people taking photos at the same time.
:: Current witness - Capt. C. Mongena - a ballistics expert. Describes examining trajectory of bullets fired through bathroom door using a laser beam to see if Pistorius was on stumps or not.
Further discrepancies emerge in Pistorius trial
Ahnungslose schrieb:Laut der Obduktion war Todeszeitpunkt die Zeit des Kopfschusses. Das steht 99% fest!Ich gehe vom früheren Todeszeitpunkt aus, also 2:55 - aufgrund der Beschreibung von Dr. Stipp.
Aber um wieviel Uhr, vor 2:55 oder ~3:17?