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Plus stunning evidence at a hearing for the belief.
Formidable witness who heard what happened before he shot and killed his magazine model girlfriend.
And the bullet evidence that could hurt his case.
Bill -- in tonight for Shepard Smith.
Some dramatic moments today during the bail hearing for Olympic athlete Oscar historians.
Witness is saying the man known as the blade runner for his carbon fiber prosthetic legs cried uncontrollably.
As the detective talked about the night.
-- breathe -- camp's death.
The stories admits killing her on Valentine's Day at his home in South Africa up.
He claims it was an accident he says he thought she was an intruder hiding in his bathroom.
The story -- said that he did not put on his prosthetic legs before shooting through the bathroom door but today.
One detective testified about the trajectory.
Of the bullets that slammed in the -- camp.
He -- the story -- fired the gun from a certain height it was apparently aiming at somebody on the toilet.
The prosecutor also showed a floor plan of the area and argued that the story is would have had to walk past his bed to reach the bathroom.
And he should've realized dean camp was not there in that -- The detective said that three bullets hit -- camp to broker elbow and her -- and -- struck her in the head.
He also said a witness heard two people having a fight that night.
Before the shooting.
That lines up with the prosecution's accusation that the story of shots dean camp in a fit of rage but the athlete's relatives say.
That is simply not like him.
He's not a violent does he says -- -- And -- that he's.
Always been at east -- And and that she's -- -- tough new look like.
The -- the stall and and and and an old himself in public domain but.
The -- be kind -- and kind and soft person who admits he killed his girlfriend.
Still has relatives say that they're satisfied with the hearing so far today and they say.
The detective's testimony was actually consistent with the stories his -- that steam camp's death.
Was nothing more than a tragic accident.
Greg cal cal with a news live in Johannesburg tonight what else did we hear there today -- Hey -- those relatives were probably satisfied with the detective's testimony.
After that the story -- defense team got finished -- that.
They poked holes in the government's murder case against the story -- For example one of those witnesses to the crime turn out to be as much as 600.
When -- on more close in analysis like the alleged point blank shootings of victim a -- dean camp.
They deferred to for current -- experts and at least there was one up -- -- error there was testosterone -- said to be found them this.
The story -- bedroom turned out to be according to the defense.
Legal herbal medicine -- even the judge we heard from today even the judge got into the act what happened aircraft.
And that's right -- -- the presiding judge did get involved he questioned the defective heart about whether the well known the story is.
Wouldn't be a flight risk if he was granted bail the judge appeared not to think so remember that is what this hearing is all about what -- bail should be denied historians and -- that tough charge of premeditated murder should stick last night.
Most legal experts -- speak to would answer yes to both of those points tonight.
Many are not sure there will be closing arguments on Thursday probably -- decision by the end of the week.
But that full blown trial won't be happening until later this year bill we also heard from one of the victim's friends right.
That's right -- -- -- says she was really the missing person in this the victim Revis being camp.
We spoke to a friend of hers he told me about the shock that he felt when he heard of the news.
-- he said that she was a much much more then just a model here is a little bit more of what he had to say to me.
-- -- -- It's big tour now what would you say.
-- -- -- -- -- How many people love this.
This young man tell me that he would not be swayed by all the legal maneuver he's he's made up his mind about what happened and what should be done.
And he had a lot of people who'll be watching that courtroom come Thursday again back to you build more court tomorrow thanks Greg Powell -- in Johannesburg tonight.
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