There have been plenty of documentaries and series unpacking Pistorius’ fall from grace and Reeva’s death. This is the first to get her family’s seal of approval.
Pistorius’ lawyer, Julian Knight, has accused the Steenkamps of deliberately slowing the parole process down.
In November last year, news broke that Oscar Pistorius was eligible for parole. His legal representation believes the process has stalled, while the Steenkamps contend that there was an “error in calculation”.
Reeva’s parents have made it clear multiple times over the past few years that they want Oscar to pay for what he did.
After the Supreme Court of Appeal corrected its ruling on Oscar’s sentence, he has actually been eligible for parole since July.
Pistorius’ parole hearing was originally scheduled to take place on October 27 and October 29.
We’re all set for another few days of high drama, although the prosecution believe they have a somewhat secret weapon.
Oscar’s parole guidelines are yet to be revealed publicly, but he might just have to meet with Reeva’s parents if they want.