OP: I pointed at the door, I didn't aim at the door.
Nel: You heard the sound, what happened then?
OP: I didn't have time to think, I was terrified.
Nel: This is the first instance that you are not thinking at this scene. Now you want to tell the court at this instance you didn't think?
Nel: Is it your defence that you fired at the attack?
Nel: Did you fire at the perceived attack?
Nel: Listen, is it your defence that you fired at the attacker?
OP: No, my lady. I heard a noise and didn't have time and I fired my weapon.
Nel: The way I understand the case is that you acted in self-defence. That you fired at the attack to ward off the intruder?
OP: I didn't fire to attack, I didn't have time to think.
Nel: Your defence has now changed to unvoluntary defence.
Nel: It is because you know exactly that you fired at Reeva? You did?
Nel: Why are you getting emotional now?
OP: I did not fire at Reeva.
Nel: My lady, if the witness is emotional, may we take a break?
Court is in session again.
Roux: Two things, my lady. When I objected about the slamming of the door, he did infact refer to the slamming of the door.
Roux: Second thing, when we come to certain aspects of the evening, the witness will become emotional. I have difficulty in the repeating of certain aspects.
Nel: I object, I have a different view as to why he became emotional.
Roux: My lady, this is not the first time. It is still the same emotional aspect.
Judge: While I don't think it is a repetition. I would have stopped Mr. Nel if I thought it was.
Nel: I would argue that you got emotional because of the fact that you were mixed up?
Nel: That is why you cried because you don;t understand the law and the implications.
Nel: Now we carry on, before we got to the noise of the bathroom, you screamed?
OP: I did shout, my lady.
OP: To the persons to get our.
OP: I think "Just get out"
Nel: All you can remember is "Get out", are you aure?
OP: Let me just think about it, that is correct, my lady.
Nel: If you shouted "get out", would that have caused Reeva to respond?
Nel: If it may please the court, my lady. It never crossed your mind that you would kill the people in that room?