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Photos Leaked Of The Oscar Pistorius Valentine’s Day Crime Scene — As You Might Imagine, They’re Graphic And Horrible
The BBC will air a documentary called “Oscar Pistorius: What Really Happened?” Monday about Oscar Pistorius’ involvement in the death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. In the interviews used for the program, it’s been learned that Pistorius is reportedly on the verge of taking his own life.
There’s a feature in TIME magazine that paints a disturbing yet thorough picture of South Africa’s violent culture. It’s probably degrees worse than you could imagine, and you should read it. The image above is the issue’s cover.
It’s been about two weeks now since Paralympic and Olympic double amputee athlete Oscar Pistorius allegedly murdered his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in his Pretoria, South Africa home. There have been some awfully odd developments since, so this, by comparison, might seem somewhat routine: Pistorius held a private memorial service for Steenkamp, as he is still in deep mourning.
While Oscar Pistorius deals with his own drama surrounding the shooting of his girlfriend, his older brother Carl has also been charged in the 2010 death of a female motorcyclist in Vanderbijlpark, South Africa.
A brief update on the Oscar Pistorius case: the runner, charged with the premeditated murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, has been granted bail.
Aside from being a crazy story to begin with, the Oscar Pistorius murder case was noteworthy for the number of Pistorius-related details that, especially with the benefit of hindsight, appeared either creepy or downright ominous. Well, we’re not sure the latest hard-to-believe development relating to the ongoing case fits into the “creepy” or “ominous” category, so we’ll create a new, catch-all label under which this new twist will fit: we’ll call it “Oscar Pistorius WTF.” After the jump, the latest in “Oscar Pistorius WTF,” and what it’ll likely mean for the cae going forward. (Hint: nothing good.)