South African Paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius waits on day 10 of his murder trial at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, on March 14, 2014. AFP PHOTO / POOL / Phill Magakoe
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Police photographs of Oscar Pistorius standing on his blood-stained prosthetic legs and wearing shorts covered in blood, taken shortly after the athlete fatally shot his girlfriend, were shown to the court at his murder trial Friday.Van Rensburg also testified Friday that one of Pistorius' expensive watches was apparently stolen from the crime scene that night.Van Rensburg, who recalled that one of the officers had estimated the cost of one watch at close to $10,000, said he then opened a case of theft after the watch was not found.Later, he said, Pistorius' brother, Carl, asked if he could take the watches. Van Rensburg said he would instead hand the watches directly to Oscar Pistorius, the owner of the watches, but without the box, which was still being analyzed. On Thursday, images of blood stains on the walls, floors and furniture in Pistorius' home were displayed in court, prompting Pistorius to look away from TV monitors showing the photographs.
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