On Friday, June 24, British broadcaster, ITV, will be airing an interview with Oscar Pistorius. According to Oscar’s uncle Arnold, the Pistorius family will not be receiving payment for the interview despite ‘crippling’ legal fees. Arnold went on to say they’ve mostly declined all paid-for interview offers.
If Oscar wanted to sell his story, could he, and if he could, why doesn’t he, and if he has, how has he?
Even though the Appeal Court overturned Oscar’s previous verdict, and in the eyes of the law he’s now a murderer, will Judge Masipa continue to show him mercy? Essentially all the court has done so far is change Oscar’s label.
Here’s something to keep in mind…
“Masipa’s findings are still her findings. Nothing has changed.” – Judge Greenland
What do you think the outcome of the sentencing hearing will be after time served and mitigation are applied? Take the poll, and then share your comments below. I’d like to know if you think justice will only be served once Oscar does the mandatory sentence (15 years) behind bars. Or, is there justice in the Dolus Eventualis conviction alone? Let’s discuss.