The prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorious case has argued that the judge in the original case should not have thrown out circumstantial evidence which would have made the athlete's version of events "impossible".
Gerrie Nel said: "The court ignored the evidence, the most important circumstantial evidence, that would make the accused version, not reasonably or possibly true, but impossible."
Nel is arguing that Pistorius should have been given a murder conviction.
#OscarAppeal prosecution claims original trial ignored most important circumstantial evidence that would make OP's version impossible
Prosecutors appeal to South Africa's Supreme Court to have conviction against Oscar Pistorius changed from 'culpable homicide' to murder
Two weeks since he was released on parole, Oscar Pistorius’s lawyers are back in court to try to keep their client from returning to jail.