Pistorius Back On The Stand

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(Pretoria, South Africa) -- South African track star Oscar Pistorius says he did not intend to kill anyone.
Pistorius is back on the stand, testifying for a third day in his murder trial. The Olympic and Paralympic sprinter is continuing his emotional account of what happened the night he shot and killed his girlfriend. Court had to be adjourned yesterday after Pistorius broke down on the stand. He was still sobbing today as he described how Reeva Steenkamp died in his arms while he waited for an ambulance. Pistorius insists he believed an intruder had broken into his home when he fired shots through a bathroom door, killing Steenkamp on Valentine's Day last year. Prosecutors accuse the double-amputee of murdering her after the two argued. If he's convicted the "Blade Runner," as Pistorius is known, could be sentenced to more than two decades in prison.
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Oscar Pistorius says he was on his stumps when he started shooting.
Oscar Pistorius says he felt helpless and wanted to take Reeva Steenkamp to the hospital.
Oscar Pistorius says he had his hand on Reeva's hip to stop the bleeding.
Oscar Pistorius says he gave the paramedics space to work.
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