Judge Masipa says that live blogging and Tweeting of Saayman's testimony is allowed.
Yesterday, Judge Masipa ordered that pathologist Gert Saayman's testimony couldn't be broadcast live, or live Tweeted/blogged. Richard Greene and Robyn Curnow who are in court can send us information during court breaks.
Good morning. Oscar Pistorius has arrived in court. Proceedings are set to get underway in about 20 minutes.
Court is adjourned until 9:30 a.m. local time tomorrow.
Court has ended for the day. We can now report on what the pathologist said after lunch. From Richard Greene in the courtroom:
-Pathologist says any of the three injuries to Steenkamp could've been fatal and all were immediately incapacitating.
-The bullet that hit her skull probably killed her almost immediately. It passed from the top of her head over her right eye, to the base of the skull. This suggests she was not standing when hit.
-The wounds Steenkamp sustained are consistent with "ranger" bullets that open up "like the petals of a flower" to cause maximum tissue damage.
-Pistorius vomited repeatedly during the hour long testimony.
Richard Greene has some details from Steenkamp's autopsy. If you do not want to read about them please click away now. We will not include more information than deemed relevant to what happened the night she was shot.
From CNN's Richard Greene who is in court:
Looks like live blogging is banned too:
We're trying to get clarification.
A bucket was brought in earlier in case Pistorius needed to throw up.
It seems journalists can Tweet about what's happening inside the courtroom, just not what the pathologist is saying.