File - A mourner holds a program with a photo of Reeva Steenkamp at her funeral in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Feb. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)
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A South African prosecutorforced Oscar Pistorius on Wednesday to look at a forensicphotograph that showed the head of his girlfriend ReevaSteenkamp after it was blown open by a hollow-point bullet firedby the Olympic and Paralympic track star.Pistorius responded by burying his head in his hands in thewitness stand, rocking from side to side and weeping.During the 18-day trial, Nel, renowned as one of SouthAfrica's toughest state attorneys with the nickname 'The Pitbull', has sought to show the 27-year-old as a gun-obsessedhot-head.Early in his questioning, he asked Pistorius if he knew whata "zombie stopper" was, to which the defendant answered no.Pistorius acknowledged responsibility but refused to lifthis head.Pistorius said he knew that Steenkamp -- with whom he said he was planning to buy a house -- was already dead.
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