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Oscar Pistorius walked into a South African police station Saturday to report for community service.
South African prosecutors announced Tuesday that they’ll be seeking a murder conviction against Oscar Pistorius, a charge which the former runner was acquitted of last September. The prosecutors are making their case in South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal, arguing that the lower court’s acquittal was made in error. Show More Summary
In South Africa today, a prosecutor urged a court to bring forth a murder charge against Oscar Pistorius, saying it was wrong for the celebrated former athlete to have been acquitted of that charge in the death of his girlfriend in 2013. The post Prosecutors Seek New Murder Conviction For Oscar Pistorius In South African Court Of Appeals appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Prosecutors Tuesday sought an appeal in the trial of Oscar Pistorius in the 2013 shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, saying that the 28-year-old should have been convicted of… READ ON
A prosecutor on Tuesday sought a murder conviction against Oscar Pistorius before South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal, saying a lower court erred in acquitting the double-amputee athlete of that charge for killing his girlfriend, instead convicting him of culpable homicide. "On the objective...
A prosecutor on Tuesday sought a murder conviction against Oscar Pistorius before South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal.
Prosecutors say the judge made an error at Pistorius' trial last year
I had a great laugh at this spoof Reuters report in Private Eye, the UK's best and only fortnightly satirical magazine. PISTORIUS 'OUT LIKE A SHOT' There was widespread joy throughout South Africa after Oscar Pistorius smacked the world record for getting out of jail after killing a girlfriend. Show More Summary
The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial, Thokozile Masipa, may still send the 'Blade Runner to jail for culpable homicide, but if you ask me she has made the wrong call by not finding Pistorius guilty of murder. The judge decided first...Show More Summary
South African prosecutors Tuesday mounted an appeal to convict African double amputee Olympian, Oscar Pistorius, of murder for fatally shooting his girlfriend, arguing that the trial judge made key legal errors. Pistorius, who left jail last month, could be sent back to jail if prosecutors win...
The news that Oscar Pistorius has been released from prison in South Africa is likely to confirm the widespread view, which I share, hat across the world the law is an ass when it comes to dealing with the crime of manslaughter or culpable homicide. Show More Summary
After completing one year of his five-year sentence for the manslaughter of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, Oscar Pistorius has been released from jail to serve the remainder of his sentence under house arrest at his uncle’s mansion. What do you think?
The disabled — and disgraced — South African sprinter was kicking back Tuesday in his uncle’s suburban Pretoria mansion.
Oscar Pistorius has been released from prison after 12 short months. He's now on house arrest, and might be forced to meet with his victim ex-girlfriend's family. The post Oscar Pistorius Released From Prison; Now On House Arrest In Mansion appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Oscar Pistorius may have left the Kgosi Mampuru II Correctional Centre but he is still considered under arrest. USA Today reported on October 19 that Pistorius was released from the shackles of prison to be put under house arrest. Pistorius is now said to be serving the remainder of his five year sentence at the... Show More Summary
A day earlier than expected, Oscar Pistorius was released from a South African prison and ferried away at night to his uncle's house in the suburb of Pretoria, where the former Olympic athlete will serve out the remainder of his punishment for fatally shooting his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, through... More »
Oscar Pistorius Released From Prison Just one year after being sentenced to five years for culpable homicide Oscar Pistorius is out of prison. The blade runner was released Monday and placed under house arrest per a South African correctional services
As Paralympian moves into uncle's house for rest of his sentence, family and friends of his slain girlfriend say he's getting away with "five-star" treatment
He will be under house arrest for the rest of his five-year sentence for manslaughter in the death of his girlfriend,