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Does the forensic evidence indicating Oscar Pistorius lied about wearing his prosthetic legs on the night that he shot Reeva Steenkamp prove his guilt?

Does the forensic evidence indicating Oscar Pistorius lied about wearing his prosthetic legs on the night that he shot Reeva Steenkamp prove his guilt?
  • The pathology report contradicts Pistorius's timeline

    Stomach and bladder contents show that Reeva Steenkamp had eaten a meal and been to the toilet during the period Pistorius says she was asleep. This would mean that she wasn't in bed asleep, she had been downstairs and therefore either knew how to operate the alarm or it wasn't switched on and that whatever she was doing in the toilet before she was shot wasn't emptying her bladder.

  • One Lie is an indication of more

    Oscar Pistorius lying about wearing his prosthetic legs on the night the he shot Reeva Steenkamp will help prove his guilt. The fact that he lied on this matter leads to questions about his over all honesty and can easily put all of his statements in question. Additional evidence will support his guilt.

  • He was standing.

    Yes, the forensic evidence indicates Oscar Pistorious lied about wearing his prosthetic legs on the night that he shot Reeva, and it proves his guilt, because he would have had to have been standing. The angle at which the shots were fired indicate that he had his legs on. He could not have been startled.

  • No leg to stand on

    There is a mountain of evidence that Oscar Pistorius is guilty. This one other mark against him isn't the straw that will break the camel's back. Pistorius has no legs to stand on in his murder defense. There is overwhelming proof he is guilty and his additional lies only bury him further.

  • No It Doesn't

    I do not believe the forensic evidence, indicating Oscar Pistorius lied about wearing his prosthetic legs on the night that he shot Reeva Steenkamp, proves his guilt. I think forensic evidence can be flawed and some of the information is subjective. I think this case is pretty straight forward. He made a mistake, now the court has to figure out rather or not he should be punished.


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