Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius reacts during the fourth day of his trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, March 6, 2014. (REUTERS/Werner Beukes/Pool)
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Rocking back and forth in the dock, Pistorius put his hands over his ears as neighbor and radiologist Johan Stipp recounted how he entered his house to find the distraught Paralympian bent over, attempting to resuscitate his girlfriend.At one stage, seeing Pistorius leave Steenkamp's body to go upstairs, Stipp also said he wanted to locate the weapon, fearing the sprinter may have been a danger to himself.Stipp's evidence is the first eye-witness account of what happened inside Pistorius' home that evening since the trial began Monday.Pistorius stands accused of murdering Steenkamp, a 29-year-old model and law graduate.Stipp also testified to being woken by gunshots and screams coming from Pistorius' home on the night of Feb. 14, 2013, and then rushing over to see if he could help.
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