The Oscar Postorius murder trial is set to conclude later this month. The trial has included some disturbing witness accounts about what happened the night Reeva Steenkamp was killed, but nothing has been quite as eery as the video that was released on Sunday of Pistorius reenacting what he says happened the night he shot his girlfriend.
Australian TV’s Seven Network “Sunday Night” program aired a video this week that showed Pistorius moving through his house on his stumps in an attempt to explain how he mistook Steenkamp for an intruder and killed her. The reenactment was paid for by Pistorius’ uncle and done for a Cleveland-based firm called The Evidence Room.
The goal of the reenactment was to create a 3D version of Pistorius’ account of the events. However, Pisorius’ lawyers say the footage was “obtained illegally” and is a clear breach of the non-disclosure agreement between the six-time Paralympic gold medalist and The Evidence Room. It is unclear how the network obtained the footage.
H/T The Big Lead