Prosecutors at Pistorius Trial Get Aggressive

Pistorius breaks down in tears on the stand while details of his story are picked apart.
1:34 | 04/14/14

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back the information from nearly three miles deep at the bottom of the scene. We move on to Oscar pastor you, questions about what happened with his girlfriend as it happened in the courtroom today. Reporter: After six days of weeping and wailing on the stand, the prosecutor accusing Oscar Pistorius of using emotion to evade his questions. I was speaking about reeva, milady. You are not using your emotional state as an escape, are you? Reporter: The blade runner pressed about what he did in the moments before he shot at his model girlfriend, reeva steenkamp, allegedly mistaking her for intruders. I screamed, "Get the Out of my house! Reporter: At one point, Pistorius testifying he didn't mean to fire at anyone at all. It was all an accident? Am I right? That's correct. Reporter: Then, moments later, saying he shot because he feared for his life. Out of fear, by accident? I don't understand because you can't have two. Reporter: The prosecution pointing out to Pistorius the bathroom is so small, he must have known when he was shooting through the door he would kill someone -- insinuating intent. The para-olympian faces up to life in prison if the judge believes he was in control of his actions that fateful night. Lama Hasan, ABC news, Pretoria. South Africa.

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