Oscar Pistorius was not mentally ill when he shot his girlfriend dead last year, a psychiatric report has ruled.
The 27-year-old six-time Paralympic gold medallist has spent the last month undergoing a mental health evaluation at the Weskoppies hospital in Pretoria,
Findings from that assessment mean Pistorius was criminally responsible for his actions when he shot his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead on February 14 last year, the prosecution has said.
Pistorius denies deliberately killing her, saying he thought there was an intruder in his home when he shot four times through a locked toilet door.
The trial reconvened in Pretoria today for the first time in more than a month, after judge Thokozile Masipa accepted the prosecution's request for the assessment to be carried out.
It was called for in response to evidence from a psychiatrist who said the athlete had generalised anxiety disorder.
"Mr Pistorus did not suffer from a mental illness or defect that would have rendered him criminally not responsible for the offence charged," prosecutor Gerrie Nel said reading from the psychologist report.
"Mr Pistorius was capable of appreciating the wrongfulness of his act and of acting in accordance of an appreciation of the wrongfulness of his act."
Both the prosecution and defence have accepted the results of the report.
Last month, psychiatrist Merryll Vorster told the court Pistorius is a "distrusting and guarded" person who is "hyper-vigilant" about security.
After the result of the report was read out to the court, Dr Gerry Versfeld - who amputated Pistorius' legs when he was 11 months old - took the stand.
The athlete was on his stumps when he killed Steenkamp, which the defence team say made him more likely to confront an apparent threat because of his limited mobility.
Versfeld told the court Pistorius' disability made him "vulnerable in a dangerous situation".
The court also heard evidence from acoustic expert Ivan Lin.
He spoke about apparent screams neighbours say they heard on the night Steenkamp was killed, evidence defence lawyers have argued against.
The defence is expected to call its final witness in the next few days.
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