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Last Valentine's Day the world woke up to learn that South African Oscar Pistorius who became a worldwide celebrity because of his ability to compete in the Olympics despite having his legs amputated beneath the knee had murdered his girlfriend by firing four shots through a locked bathroom door. Pistorius says he thought she was an intruder. Uh huh. the following week Pistorius was granted bail. At the time all of this was going on it dominated the news. For the past year though it has been quiet. Less than three weeks from now the trial begins and a decision has yet to be made whether to allow cameras inside the courtroom. I hope they are allowed to be inside because I want to see this process. Pistorius says he has been training for the next Olympics. I guess he thinks he is going to get away with this murder and then represent his country. Apparently there is nothing stopping him from competing if he is acquitted. Apparently he also has a girlfriend who thinks he is harmless. Uh huh.
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