Pretoria, S. Africa - Prosecutors say there is nothing to support Oscar Pistorius' claim that he thought his girlfriend was an intruder when he shot her.
Today the Olympic track star is in court for a bail hearing.
Prosecutors argued that Pistorius armed himself, put on his prosthetic legs, walked to the bathroom, and shot his girlfriend through the locked door.
His attorney says Pistorius thought he was shooting a burglar. His family says police evidence will show there should be no murder charge in the Valentine's Day shooting.
Pistorius, in a gray suit, blue shirt and tie appeared grim and solemn in court. He nodded after the chief magistrate asked if he was well. He shed tears in court as prosecutors made their case.