>> Do you swear that the evidence you're about to give will be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?>> I swear.>> Raise your right hand->> The father of Reeva Steenkamp, delivering a moving testimony Tuesday in the sentencing hearing for athlete Oscar Pistorius.
Barry Steenkamp, asked by the prosecutor if he still thinks of his daughter.>> Milady, every day. Every day of my life, morning, noon, at night, early hours of the morning, I think about all the time.>> Steenkamp says Pistorius must pay for murdering his girlfriend. He thinks the pair had an argument shortly before the killing, and wants the world to see the graphic pictures of her after she was shot.
>> But what I would like the world to see all the wounds inflicted onto Reeva, and the pain that she must have gone through. So that the world can see this, and most probably distract people who are thinking of that type a deed, to stop them in the future.
>> On Monday, the court was told by a psychologist, that Oscar Pistorius is a broken man who should not be jailed. While a prosecutor said he has shown no remorse. Sick and bankrupt following the crime, Reeve's father says forgiveness is very hard. And right now he's still not ready to talk.
>> But most probably the time will come when I want to talk to Oscar, in private. Not now.>> Yes>> At a later stage.>> We respect that.>> I would like to talk to him, yes.