Steenkamps: ‘Pistorius’ parole’s unfair’
June 9 th, 2015
Pretoria – Oscar Pistorius might be released on parole on August 21, according to reports. Reeva Steenkamp’s parents are not happy about the news. “We have forgiven Mr Pistorius, even though he took the life of our precious daughter…but a person found guilty of a crime must be held accountable for their action,” they said. Pistorius will have to adhere to strict parole provisions for the next four years and two months in the event of his release. Steenkamp’s family did not want to speak to the media about the matter since June Steenkamp’s convalescence from intensive surgery. Meanwhile, Pistorius’ uncle politely declined to comment and referred local media to the family’s spokesperson.
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