My summary of today is that largely Johan Stander and his daughter Carice told truthful accounts of the event, although they both took pains to place emphasis on aspects of their evidence that advanced Oscar's version. Those that believe Oscar is innocent will be pleased that Johan and Carice gave such a compelling account of Oscar's 'torment' that night. Those on the other side of the fence will, no doubt, believe that Oscar's rage could well have dissipated long before and he now faced the horrendous consequences of his actions. Whether he was sorry after the fact, does not mitigate what he did. And, from an even more cynical perspective, one could consider that Oscar merely exaggerated his anguished state to help bolster his defence.