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The sister of Oscar Pistorius and his legal team arrived at a Pretoria court house on Tuesday (February 19) ahead of the ...
Paralympic track star's bail hearing. Pistorius is charged with murdering his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, last week. Aimee Pistorius rushed through a security screening checkpoint before entering the court while some of Pistorius' legal team had to work their way through a crowd of people gathered outside the building.
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RESENDING WITH FULL SCRIPT Oscar Pistorius' sister and legal team arrive for his bail hearing in Pretoria while the ANC women's league says it hopes the Olympic and Paralympic star isn't given preferential treatment by the court. SHOWS: PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA (FEBRUARY 19, 2013) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. EXTERIOR OF COURTHOUSE 2. PARALYMPIC CHAMPION OSCAR PISTORIUS' SISTER AIMEE PISTORIUS (DARK HAIR / WEARING SUNGLASSES) GOING THROUGH SECURITY SCREENING BEFORE ENTERING COURT ROOM 3. PISTORIUS' LEGAL TEAM OUTSIDE COURT / HEADING INSIDE 4. AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) WOMEN'S LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE, NOMALIZO MALEFU, OUTSIDE COURT HOUSE 5. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS (ANC) WOMEN'S LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE, NOMALIZO MALEFU, SAYING: "Our concern is that class and money seems to be dictating how things should go and we believe that he is just a murderer. That's what he is." 6. PRETORIA NEWSPAPER HEADLINE WITH REEVA STEENKAMP'S PHOTOGRAPH AND READING: 'Gun-happy Oscar' STORY: The sister of Oscar Pistorius and his legal team arrived at a Pretoria court house on Tuesday (February 19) ahead of the Paralympic track star's bail hearing. Pistorius is charged with murdering his girlfriend, model Reeva Steenkamp, last week. Aimee Pistorius rushed through a security screening checkpoint before entering the court while some of Pistorius' legal team had to work their way through a crowd of people gathered outside the building. A small group from the African National Congress's (ANC's) Women's League was also outside the court and said Pistorius should not be granted bail. One of the League's representatives Nomalizo Malefu said it would set a bad precedent for justice in South Africa. "Our concern is that class and money seems to be dictating how things should go and we believe that he is just a murderer. That's what he is," she said. The arrest of the 26-year-old Olympic and Paralympic sprinter has stunned millions across the world who held him up as a hero for triumphing over adversity to compete with able-bodied athletes at the highest level of sport. Steenkamp was found shot dead in his Pretoria home in the early hours of last Thursday (February 14), with initial reports suggesting Pistorius may have mistaken her for an intruder. However, police have made it clear that Steenkamp, who will be buried on Tuesday, was killed by more than one gunshot, that Pistorius was the only suspect and that neighbours had heard earlier disturbances.