Pistorius' eyes are shut as he listens to the prosecution continue their argument against why he should not get bail.
They say he doesn't understand the seriousness of the alleged offence.
The prosecution lawyer argues that Pistorius thinks "it's business as usual", which makes him a flight risk.
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