Oscar judgment on 11 September - As it happened
Masipa adjourns the court and says judgment will be handed down on 11 September.
Masipa questions where Roux got the examples of other cases he brought to court.
Roux says Fresco lied about the most crucial part, and his evidence was contradictory. He should not be granted indemnity. "The court needs to decide."
Masipa asks about the indemnity of Fresco.
Roux reads a case relating to a photo.
Nel: If his intention was to kill the human being behind the door. Then he is guilty of murder.
Nel: He intended to kill a human being. There was a human being behind the door.
Nel: Mr Roux said not call things by name, but look at the principles of law.
Nel says the witness's evidence was that she ate two hours before.
Nel says the two defences by the prosecution are not mutually exclusive, they are mutually destructive.
Nel says the length of the cord was never part of their baker's dozen.
Nel says he never made mention of the length of the cord.
Nel says the multi-plug could not have remained in the position that it was.
Nel says the state has not made an issue over the length of the cord.
Nel: We cannot ride roughshod over rules of admissibility.
Nel says he thought someone would give evidence about the photograph.
Nel: We now have a photo before the court. No meta-data available. The person who took it did not testify.
Masipa asks about the CCTV footage. Nel says he has no problem.
Nel: Yes - grant indemnity.
Nel: the test is whether he answered all the questions posed to him honestly.
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