Tuesday, July 1
(Pretoria, South Africa) -- A psychology report entered into evidence at the Oscar Pistorius murder trial indicates the Paralympian "did not suffer from mental illness or defect" when he shot and killed his girlfriend. The report indicates that Pistorius would have known the "wrongfulness" of the shooting at the time it happened. Both the prosecution and the defense have accepted the report into evidence. Pistorius is on trial for the 2013 shooting of his then-girlfriend as she hid behind a locked bathroom door in his townhouse.