Pistorius trial evidence revealed

See the evidence, from bullet holes to blood spatters, compiled in the case against Oscar Pistorius who killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Oscar Pistorius’ bathroom three weeks after the Feb. 14, 2013, shooting. Pistorius, 27, is accused of premeditated murder after killing model Steenkamp on Valentine's Day last year. The track star insists that he mistook the law graduate for an intruder when he opened fire on a locked bathroom door. The door through which Pistorius shot Reeva Steenkamp was removed for investigation.

The crime scene hours after the shooting with the bloody cricket bat which Oscar Pistorius claims he used to break the toilet door after accidentally shooting his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead.

A close up of the cricket bat Pistorius used to break through the toilet door after shooting through it.

Toilet door in position. Investigators pieced the door back together and reattached it to the bathroom to determine the angles of the shots fired.

One of the four bullet holes left after Pistorius fired through the bathroom door.

Balistic experts used steel rods to determine how and from what distance four bullets were fired into the bathroom door.

Ballistic experts used lasers to determine the trajectory of the bullets fired through the bathroom door.

The tank top worn by Reeva Steenkamp when she was fatally shot by boyfriend Oscar Pistorius.

Police found Steenkamp’s body lying at bottom of the stairs after Pistorius carried her downstairs from the second floor bathroom where he shot her.

An invoice for guns ordered by Pistorius. Pistorius had a “great love and enthusiasm” for guns, according to witnesses.