Judge: You are still under oath?
W: That is correct, my lady.
Nel: We won't be long there are one or two things that we will have to deal with. Firstly you have made your photographs available to the court?
Nel: In view of that, it has become evident that the defense team was there as well?
W: As far as I am aware, I did mention that previously.
Nel: Apart from that, you don't have any other reports?
W: I have a hand written file.
Nel: On the 8 November 2013, is there a proper report that you did after visiting the scene?
W: My lady, my report was an ongoing report. I added on to it every time. I did handwritten notes or telephonic calls to the defense team.
Nel: After this visit, when you visited the scene you were in position of the report by Capt. Mongena. You have not consulted with the accused about what happened?
W: The only version I have was I read through. I was not in court all the time during the bail application. I was not in court at all all the time.
W: I was given the bail application and I read through that.
Nel: On the scene during the re-construction, how did you know where the accused was standing when he fired the shots?
W: As I said, I got it from Capt. Mongena's report.
Nel: Where the accused was standing as per Capt. Mongena's report, do you agree that the accused was standing?
W: I think in the bail application, I think the accused informed the court where he was standing. I also made use of the report form Capt. Mongena.
Nel: In the main you were happy that the accused was standing where Capt. Mongena placed him in the bathroom.
W: I was happy as to where he was standing when the gun was fired.
Nel: You agree that the accused was on his stumps and the angle of the trajectory of the bullets.
W: As I explained, you've got sight alignment.
W: I say B had sight alignment but I am not sure about the others.
Nel: Do you agree with me, that we have it re-constructed again with out moving the position of the laser, one would not be able to shine through the other bullet holes and get to E?
W: E on my re-construction is on a different position, but I agree.
Nel: As far as the splinters, I want to show you a photo that was shown to, photo 122. I will show it on the screen. Exhibit E.
Nel: Now, I am going to ask Mr. Van Staden to zoom in.
Nel: To show you up there, where the marker is there.
W: There is a splinter there, my lady.
Nel: So that would indicate that it fell there?
W: It fell there, or it could have been from the blow of the cricket bat.
W: My opinion is that it was from the shot fired through the door.
Nel: Even at that distance it travelled from the door?
W: I can't disagree with you. I don't know how it came there.
Nel: Now then, as far as the experiment with the cricket bat and the gun concerned.
Nel: 21 March 2013, the first experiment that you did and why did you repeat this?
W: My lady, I think I already gave my evidence to the court. The first firearm that I used, was in my view not friendly with that type of ammunition.
Nel: But you were able to fire shots.
W: Yes, one at a time and I had to reload manually.
Nel: The only reason you had to go back, was to fire rapid noise?
Nel: Not for the background noise?
Nel: Explain to the court why there was such a delay in the tests?