Exclusive – The case against Oscar

2013-02-17 06:15

What happened in the early hours of Valentines’ Day when Oscar Pistorius’ girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, was gunned down? City Press reveals the shocking details.

These include:

» A bloodied cricket bat is the central piece of evidence in the unfolding murder investigation against Pistorius.

» Pistorius allegedly told his sister, Aimee, that something terrible had happened and that he had mistaken Steenkamp for a burglar.

» But three sources close to the investigation ruled out the possibility that Pistorius could have mistaken Steenkamp for an intruder. There was no sign of forced entry.

» It is alleged that the first shot was fired in the bedroom after which Steenkamp locked herself in the bathroom.

» Pistorius’ father received a call from his son just after 3:20am on Thursday, asking him to come to his house.

Read the full story in City Press today.

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