If it was a burglar the conclusion must be that he intended to kill that intruder.
Thursday the prosecution claimed that Pistorius was a liar and that his case had been built on lies.
The truth will be hard to ascertain as the only person who really knows what happened that night, and is alive to tell the tale, is Pistorius.
The family of Oscar were in positive mood as they left the court Friday and seem hopeful he will be acquitted.
Opinion: Oscar has risen above his disability to conquer sport and so much more. That is why in many ways his team's attempt to blame the murder of Reeva on his lack of legs is almost shameful.
If Roux spoke the truth then any person with a severe disability must feel a ready excuse is now available if they act in a violent manner or are overly responsive to any attack.
Time will tell but either way surely Pistorius must face jail time for murder? Whether it was intentional murder, or no, a beautiful young woman is dead and her family are shattered. Justice must offer some form of punishment either way.