Nel: Can I just show you the cricket bat?
Nel: Now we have a photograph of the cricket bat and the marks. Do you remember which one was that?
Dixon: Photograph JJJ 219, you say those were caused when the bat went through the door?
Dixon: On the photograph on the left hand corner, there appears to have a red indentation.
Dixon: Yes, that is my opinion.
Nel: Hold on, do you think it was caused with one blow or do you think it was moved?
Dixon: The third blow which was the lower most blow, went through the door, squeezing in and broke forward. That is what I observed.
Dixon: When I did the test that is what I also observed. After that the panel broke out.
Nel: Mr. Dixon, it is 12:50, before I embark on further questions. My lady may I request that we adjourn now?
Roux: My lady we have find the photograph.
Judge: We will take our adjournment for lunch.
Judge: Mr. Dixon you are still under oath.
Nel: I am going to deal with your evidence about the sequence of the wounds and the sequence of the bullets.
Nel: Did I understand you correctly when you said when she was hit in the right hip that the energy would have moved her backwards?
Dixon: I said this morning, that the force, energy would have caused her to move backwards.
Nel: A bullet? It cannot move a person backwards.
Dixon: My lady, at no stage did I say that the impacting bullet would make her go backwards.
Nel: That is something that you would see on TV.
Nel: You ventured on this area, you are going home tonight and brining us. You are welcome to look for literature on this matter.
Nel: Now, the wounds on the back. You were not at the post mortem?
Dixon: I said so on my testimony, my lady.
Nel: Have you been to any?
Dixon: I have been to three, my lady.
Nel: The wounds on the back, do you have the photographs in front of you?
Nel: The one that you referred to about the bruise that was missed.