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Oscar Pistorius loves watching TV legal dramas

2014-02-14 16:01
Cape Town – Oscar Pistorius loves watching TV legal dramas.

The Paralympic athlete who allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp a year ago on Valentine's Day 2013, likes viewing TV legal dramas, the TV news channel eNCA reports.

eNCA logged into Pistorius’ iTunes account with his login and password which was provided to police and forms part of the documents handed over.

Pistorius is due in court on 3 March when a trial will start after he has been accused of premeditated murder.

Pistorius himself might want to tune in: broadcasters and TV news channels are planning gavel to gavel TV legal coverage for the month of March.

MultiChoice with the help of Combined Artistic Productions which produces Carte Blanche on M-Net, will start an Oscar Pistorius Trial TV channel on 2 March on DStv on channel 199 which will run for the duration of the month and the trial. If a judge allows the trial to be televised, it will be shown on this channel.

On Sunday evening at 19:00 on M-Net Carte Blanche will devote the entire hour of the weekly investigative magazine show to an Oscar Pistorius special with crime scene experts and "startling findings".

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