(PRWEB UK) 22 April 2014
A recent article from the Telegraph on 3rd March 2014 Oscar Pistorius Trial Three key questions for the judge, discusses the questions raised over police procedurals during the investigation, and also Oscar Pistorius’ own actions on the night of the murder.
The Telegraph article highlights three main issues which the judge will have to investigate and find answers for. Firstly the article asks the question ‘Did the couple argue on the night of the shooting?’ In his statement Pistorius claims that there was no argument on that night, and instead it had been a quiet evening at home for both him and Reeva Steenkamp. However the article reveals that testimony from neighbours contradicts this, and shows evidence that the shouts and screams had been heard from the house, indicating an argument took place on the night of the shooting. If this is true then this could provide the prosecution with motive for premeditated murder.
The second question raised in the article is why Oscar Pistorius did not call the police after the shooting. Instead evidence shows that he called only two numbers following the shooting, that of the administration of his gated community and a private medical service. Further to this an allegation has been made that Oscar Pistorius dismissed security guards that rang his house, after hearing the gun shots. He allegedly told them ‘everything was fine’. If this evidence is proved to be true, then it could show that Oscar Pistorius tried to cover up the murder of his girlfriend. The third questions raised by the article from the Telegraph relates to police procedurals. It has been suggested that the police may have tainted the crime scene. The lead detective admitted to several failings in police procedurals, including entering the crime scene without protective footwear. The treatment of the crime scene is essential in obtaining viable forensic evidence for trial, and if this has been tainted it could prove very damaging for the prosecution’s case.
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