S. Africa: Messages Between Victim and Pistorius Read in Court
Transcripts of angry exchanges between Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp were read out by police cellphone analyst Captain Francois Moller as the paralympic athlete's murder trial entered its fourth week.
South Africa: Messages Between Victim, Pistorius Read in Court
South African Press Association, 24 March 2014
A few weeks before Oscar Pistorius shot Reeva Steenkamp, she sent him a message saying she was scared of his temper, a witness testified on Monday as the paralympic athlete's... read more »
South Africa: Pistorius Trial - Week Four, Day One
Daily Maverick, 24 March 2014
In an alternate universe, the Pistorius trial might have wrapped up matters by Friday: the last day that the trial was initially scheduled to run for. But in the real world that we... read more »
South Africa: Pistorius Witness Describes 'Terrified' Screaming
Voice of America, 24 March 2014
Week four of the Oscar Pistorius trial began Monday with a neighbor saying she heard screams from both a woman and a man on the morning the athlete shot and killed girlfriend Reeva... read more »
South Africa: Oscar Pistorius - Fallen Hero?
Namibia Economist, 14 March 2014
When you read the heading of this story you might think I am going to discuss Oscar's trial, what I think the verdict will be or if I think he's guilty or not. I do not wan to... read more »
Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius in court (file photo).
The defence in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial pursued its argument that police photographs prove investigators mishandled evidence at the scene of Reeva Steenkamp's death. Read more »