Nel: Let us just say. Let's deal with you only used your historical information and you related it to the present?
Nel: Now, when we dealt with the video that you saw about the shooting of the watermelon, there was no indication of anxiety or fear? Am I right?
WD: I saw that video once, my lady. I can't conclude. I cannot even remember if the individual was in full body view.
WD: I know there was shooting and a watermelon involved.
Nel: Paragraph 54 of your report.
Nel: We should not read into this paragraph that you want to give criminal advice or culpability?
Nel: The fact that the accused was able to run on his stumps, is something that we must not exclude?
Nel: And that he even tried to break down the door with his stumps?
WD: I remember that is what he tried to do.
Nel: My lady, I am near the end of my cross-examination. May I have 10 minutes?
Judge: You are still under oath.
Nel: I am going make to the third sound.
Nel: The accused never explained to you that he heard movement?
Nel: He never explained that he heard the magazine rack move?
WD: There was no description of that.
Nel: He never explained that he heard it move?
WD: I really cannot remember.
Nel: But you were very interested in the sound.
WD: He said it was the magazine rack.
Nel: If he said he heard movement, you would have remembered it?
Nel: So he did not tell you that he heard movement inside the toilet?
Nel: Cannot recall means it is possible or I cannot remember. So I have to task you on it.
WD: My lady, that is the truth.
Nel: If he spoke about movement, that was the sound.
Nel: He never said he heard movement, is that not right?
WD: My lady it is a double negative.
Nel: Your focus and discussion with the accused was sounds?
Nel: I asked you if he every said he heard movement inside the toilet?
Nel: That makes the use of the word "I cannot recall" very interesting. That shows that you are biased to the accused. Why did you use that word?
WD: I still cannot recall.
Nel: I have an answer from you. Is that still your answer?