Oscar Pistorius Exempts The Family He Has Wronged

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Oscar Pistorius Exempts The Family He Has Wronged

Double amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius, could be serving his sentence for the murder of Reeva Steenkamp, but he’s also apparently seeking forgiveness from her family.

Oscar Pistorius Exempts The Family He Has Wronged

According to The Sun, an in-depth friend of him, Bill Schroder told the publication that he wants the family to forgive for murdering their daughter, and he’s now a changed man.

“What he really, really wants is forgiveness. I said to him that if he had killed my daughter I doubt I might forgive him.” “He is more concerned about forgiveness than actually getting out on parole. I fact, he features a real fear about getting parole as he knows there’ll be a backlash,” he said

Bill told the publication that Oscar has now turned to God. Oscar was sentenced to 13 years and five months in 2016 for the murder of Reeva Steenkamp.

The Paralympic gold medalist was initially sentenced to 6 years but the Supreme Court of Appeal overturned his sentence.

Reeva was murdered on Valentine Day in 2013 and through the trial, Oscar maintained that he mistook her for an intruder when he shot her through a toilet door.

“I believed that somebody had entered my house. I used to be too scared to modify a light-weight on. I grabbed my 9mm pistol from underneath my bed. On my thanks to the toilet, I screamed words to the effect for him/them to urge out of my house and for Reeva to phone the police. it had been pitch dark within the bedroom and that I thought Reeva was in bed.”
During the trial, Oscar said when he fired shots he thought Reeva was in bed sleeping.

“I fired shots at the restroom door and shouted to Reeva to phone the police. She didn’t respond and that I moved backward out of the toilet, keeping my eyes on the toilet entrance. Everything was pitch dark within the bedroom and that I was still too scared to modify on a light-weight. Reeva wasn’t responding.”

Oscar Pistorius Exempts The Family He Has Wronged
“When I reached the bed, I noticed that Reeva wasn’t in bed. that’s when it dawned on me that it could are Reeva who was within the toilet. I returned to the toilet calling her name. I attempted to open the restroom door but it had been locked. I rushed back to the bedroom and opened the door exiting on to the balcony and screamed for help. I placed on my prosthetic legs, ran back to the toilet, and tried to kick the restroom door open. I feel I need to then have turned on the lights,” he said.