Fired Oscar Pistorius Detective Says Shooting Was Intentional

Investigator once at the center of the South African murder case speaks out in Vanity Fair interview
1:47 | 05/06/13

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the next half hour. Josh has trouble with my pf5ju)táion. The south african olympian known as the blade runner will soon be back in court the fight charge that he murdered his girlfriend on valentine's day. Rob nelson has the story. Reporter: This morning, as oscar pistorius continues to prepare for his upcoming trial in the death of girlfriend reeva steenkamp, the retired investigator that was once at the center of the case speaks out. Hilton botham, who was dismissed in the case, says he's convinced oscar pistorius intentionally killed his girlfriend. The detective said, what happened? And he said, I thought it was a burglar. Reporter: His shirt and shorts were stained with reeva's blood. He had washed his hands after he SAID HE ATTEMPTED T%EKr GIVE HER Cpr. The 26-year-oldlympian maintained he accidentally shot his 29-year-old girlfriend through a bathroom door when he mistook her for an intruder. Prosecutors allege that the two had argued. Steenkamp fled t the booth room and pistorius went and got a gun. HER FRIENDS TOLD ME ITí?n8a WAS Immediate for oscar. It wasn't immediate for reeve have a. She was holding back a bit. Such a sad, sad story. Coming up on "gma," four months of the jodi arias trial has come down to this. The jury begins the first full

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