Oscar Pistorius

Reeva's brother believes Pistorius 'got away with murder'

Oscar PistoriusLondon, Sep 15 - Reeva Steenkamp's brother Adam Steenkamp believes that Oscar Pistorius effectively got away with murder, after the Paralympic runner shot his sister dead last year and was found guilty of culpable homicide.

The judge had ruled that Pistorius has been found guilty of culpable homicide, the equivalent of manslaughter in the UK, after he fatally shot his girlfriend Reeva on Valentine's Day in 2013.

Pistorius unlikely to be welcome at future Diamond League events

Oscar PistoriusLondon, Sep 15 - A promoter of the Diamond League has revealed that Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius is unlikely to be welcome at the tournament's future events.

Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide after a judge ruled that he killed girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by mistake. He faces up to 15 years in jail, although the judge could suspend the sentence or only impose a fine, allowing him to compete again.

Pistorius' ex spills beans on Blade Runner's 2012 London Olympics tantrums

London, Sep 13 - Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius had reportedly threatened to withdraw from the London 2012 Olympics if his former girlfriend refused to fly over to support him.

Pistorius sent a flurry of calls, emails and texts from London, sometimes reaching 30 a day, to beg his former girlfriend Samantha Taylor to join him. In one message from the Olympic Village, Pistorius even said that he is sorry for being such a 'f*** up'.

The Paralympian fumed, pleaded and sobbed down the phone to Taylor at her home in South Africa, The Mirror reported.

Pistorius went on two-hour 'naughty toddler' rampage post 2012 London Paralympics loss

Oscar PistoriusLondon, Sep 13 - Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius reportedly went on a two-hour rampage after he was beaten in the 200 metres final at the 2012 London Paralympic Games.

Pistorius had to be locked in a room, where he punched tables and hurled chairs against walls after Brazilian sprinter Alan Oliveira beat him in the 200 metres final.

IPC says Pistorius will be allowed to compete at Rio Paralympics if not in jail at that time

London, Sep 13 - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has revealed that Oscar Pistorius would be allowed to compete at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio if the double amputee is not in jail.

Pistorius was found guilty of culpable homicide on Friday after the judge ruled that he killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by mistake. Sentencing would take place on 13 October, but Pistorius could compete at Rio if he has served his sentence.

IPC spokesman Craig Spence said that they would not stand in Pistorius' way, The BBC reported.

Ex-girlfriend spills beans on terrors faced while dating 'angry, possessive' Pistorius

Oscar PistoriusLondon, Sep 12 - Former girlfriend of Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius has talked about how the athlete terrorised her during her relationship with the 'angry and possessive' double amputee.

Samantha Taylor said that she feared Pistorius would kill her and revealed that she once hid his gun after he flew into a rage at her.

Pistorius set to rake in millions post being cleared of murdering Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius

The Blade Runner vomited and sobbed, with tears streaming down his cheeks, as he was found not guilty of both murder and premeditated murder, as Judge Thokozile Masipa ruled prosecutors failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he deliberately killed Steenkamp.

'Disabled' Pistorius could be entitled to separate accommodation if jailed

Oscar PistoriusJohannesburg, Sep 12 - In light of the verdict delivered in Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' murder trial, the department of correctional services said in a statement released on Thursday that disabled prisoners could be entitled to separate accommodation.

Steenkamp's family to attend judgement day of Pistorius' murder trial

Oscar PistoriusJohannesburg, Sep 11 - Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' deceased g

Pistorius' family confident of trial outcome after listening to defence summing up

Oscar PistoriusWashington, Aug 09 - Murder accused Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' family appear confident of the South African athlete's trial outcome after hearing the defence sum up the case on the final day.

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