Pistorius gets culpable homicide

Oscar Pistorius looked considerably more stoic today in comparison with yesterday's tearful display, as the judge ruled that the paralympian had been convicted of culpable homicide, a charge similar to manslaughter (430 shares). The BBC offered a live coverage feed of those proceedings (435 shares), also revealing that Pistorius will be formally sentenced on Oct. 13. Sarah Lyall and Alan Cowell  with The New York Times also dug deeper into this story (3,060 shares). "See video on why his case fascinates," colleague Jenny Anderson entreats.

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