Oscar Pistorius Sickened by Graphic Evidence

Dan Abrams and Nancy Grace discuss the South African murder trial.
3:00 | 03/10/14

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ruled much of the testimony of the autopsy was too graphic. He's forbidden any live tweets from the courtroom. Dan Abrams and Nancy grace join us. This testimony so graphic. It can't be broadcast. It maid Oscar Pistorius retch in the courtroom. This is a judge trial, not a jury trial. As a result, I don't thing K it will have push of an impact. Cow can believe that Pistorius is guilty of murder and that he's also getting physically ill because he's seeing and hearing the details of what he did. Do you agree, than sni. Well, the law is very clear on this. In fact, judges actually instruct jurors that when they immediately regret the deed, that does not negate the intent at the time of the incident. What is very important to me is that this call to security, peter baba was the name of the security guard on the stand. And he insists at the he first called Pistorius when he heard complaints from other neighbors about gunshots. But the records show Pistorius first called him. Here's the kicker. When he got Pistorius reason the phone, he goes, is everything okay? Pistorius says, yes, everything is okay. Hello, he just shot his girlfriend dead. Also significant when they first get there, he's coming down the stairs with her. So there's no evidence that he actually ever tried to perform cpr on her. Some discrepancy. One he says everything is okay. One is where he's saying no, I'm okay. Right, I'm okay. I think this witness becomes some what irrelevant. Because there are contradictions. They're not insignificant. I think the defense gets a point here. As a result, the judge will likely say to herself -- Dan, colorayou really think that's insignificant? Yes. She's your girlfriend, you say, I'm okay, everything is okay. I just shot my girlfriend, call 911. You could have a scenario whereby he shoots her and freaks out. Doesn't know what to say. He's not an important witness in the case. The ear and eyewitnesses. Very important. The ballistics. Sfw that's easy for you to say sitting in your pseudoyo in manhatt Manhattan. As opposed to you been bg in Atlanta. How is it different me being here and you being in Atlanta? He's told people that everything was okay. Or that he is okay. Yeah. That is very important. So you're going to -- you're going to say that because it's a premeditated murder that he says this to the security guard thinking well, you know what, no one will ever find out about what happened here. I just shot my girlfriend. It doesn't make sense. The bottom line is this witness -- I didn't say that in itself proved the case. I think it's important that immediately after the shooting, he was already lying on the phone. Not only that, the ex-girlfriend, Samantha Taylor recounts another incident. This is the third incident where he fires a gun in in public. So now, Nancy -- brings us back to actually relevant witnesses. Which she's right about. This is now, now you bring us back -- You can take pot shots at me all you want, Dan. All I care is the trial. And that justice plays out in that courtroom. Okay. That's beautiful. Not the last we have heard from you two. Heated one today, much like

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