Nel: Let's go through them now. Report 1.
Dixon: My lady, they are on my computer at home. I wrote observations about the light on at night.
Dixon: I physically held a camera and took photographs in the presence of Mr. Wolmarans who was with me.
Dixon: I took photographs of the bathroom, the house from outside.
Roux: My lady, I can assist Mr. Nel if he wants those reports and photographs.
Nel: I will gladly accept those. I have in my possession a report that you wrote last year.
Dixon: My lady, if I can just say something. These report have been going on since last year. Some of these report have changed as new information has come forward.
Nel: That we agree, these reports are important. Don't you agree?
Dixon: In this case, I was not requested to drew up an report 212.
Nel: I hear everything, but we are still going through it. I have another report, 5 April 2014 origins of 2 contusions on the back.
Dixon: That is right, I was asked for my opinion.
Dixon: What other reports can you remember having done?
Dixon: There were questions asked that I had to give answer to do, that I submitted.
Dixon: Lights on outside, lights on inside. The marks on the walls. There are bits of paper and reports as they have changed.
Nel: You have just reminded me, you have papers there in front of you. What are those?
Dixon: They are dates and information of statements that Mr .Mongena gave. Measurements. Copies of Prof. Saaymans' diagrams. Annexure A, B 61.
Dixon: Measurements of the door.
Dixon: I measured when the door was reconstructed on the 8 November, of the positions of the holes and so on.
Nel: Did you ever furnish the counsel with the report of these measurements?
Dixon: Mr. Wolmarans and I worked together. It overlapped in a way, yes we were a team.
Nel: You see you answered team. I didn't ask anything about a team, if I asked you nothing about it?
Dixon: Anticipation is thinking ahead. I wanted to make sure it is common knowledge that there are many people involved at a specific time.
Dixon: At a crime scene you discuss your matter.
Nel: Let us get back to my question. Did you furnish counsel with a report on the reconstructed scene with the police?
Dixon: There is no report, I assisted Mr. Wolmarans with the measurements of the scene.
Dixon: The police kindly provided the door and we couldn't take our time.
Nel: The question is being avoided/
Dixon: My apologise, my lady. I don't know how many reports that Mr. Wolmarans did or if he furnished the report.
Nel: You are still not answering the questions?
Dixon: I know Mr. Wolmarans handed a draft report of the final report.
Nel: Are you saying you saw Mr. Wolmarans hand a report to the counsel?
Dixon: A draft report, my lady.
Nel: My lady, I see it is tea.
Nel: Mr. Dixon, I have not read your report in detail yet. We will still get to that. You have seen a report from Mr. Wolmarans?
Dixon: I have seen one. It deals with the shots.
Dixon: My lady, I have not seen the final draft.
Nel: That is not a problem, what were the difference there on the draft.
Dixon: I was talking about my notes that I gave to the counsel.
Nel: Mr. Dixon we are talking about your differences that relate to the shots. Please tell the court?
Dixon: It is difficult to remember, I do remember that there were changes.