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The investigating officer has challenged Oscar Pistorius' account because of the angle of several shots fired in the athlete's bathroom.
In an affidavit given on Tuesday, Pistorius said he woke in the night and thought an intruder had climbed through his bathroom window and entered the adjoining toilet.
He said he went into the bathroom without his prostheses and fired at the locked toilet door, believing the intruder to be inside.
But investigating officer Hilton Botha said the "top to bottom" trajectory of the bullets suggest Pistorius was wearing his prostheses.
He also said the angle of the shots suggests they were aimed at someone sitting on the toilet.
The investigating officer Hilton Botha has said the prosecution have a witness who claims the lights in Oscar Pistorius' home were on after they heard the gunshots.
The defence lawyer questioned Botha's testimony on this point.
The court is being shown a floor plan of Oscar Pistorius' house in order to try to piece together his movements in the moments before his girlfriend's death.
The investigating officer said that unlicensed .38 handgun ammunition was found in Oscar Pistorius' house.
It was previously reported that an unlicensed handgun had been found, but this is not the case.
The officer called for Pistorius to face addition charges for possessing the ammunition, and not a gun.
A South African investigating officer has said that Oscar Pistorius should face additional charges for possessing an unlicensed handgun and ammunition.
The prosecutor has said that an unlicensed .38 handgun was found in Oscar Pistorius' home.
Reeva Steenkamp was shot in the head, arm and hip, the prosecutor added.
Prosecutors are saying a witness heard "non-stop shouting" coming from Oscar Pistorius' home before the shooting.
Local news agency Eyewitness News is tweeting that the court may see plans of Oscar Pistorius' home today.
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On the second day of Oscar Pistorius' bail hearing, the court heard how witnesses heard shouting and gunshots from the runner's home.