Dieser Bericht erschien ,bevor er Reeva tötete:
Oscar Pistorius is capable of immense charm. He shows it to the fellow in the car park who helps him reverse out of a space as he throws him the few coins that make a difference to South Africa’s dispossessed.
It was the same welcoming personality that led him to invite me into his home on a guarded estate in Pretoria last year. Cricket and baseball bats lay behind the door, a pistol by his bed and a machine gun by a window.
It is a disconcerting scene to this British visitor but just everyday protection in his sometimes troubled homeland. The weapons juxtapose his simple friendliness. When I visited he was faultlessly welcoming, meeting me on time, finding me somewhere to stay and driving me back to the airport.
His comments were unsporting because, on this one, Oscar has not got a prosthetic leg to stand on. Alan Oliveira’s blades fall within the rules. Furthermore, Oliveira took six more strides in the final than Pistorius. He also ran slower in winning than Pistorius had in his semi-final, 21.45sec to 20.30sec.
Alas, Pistorius will be remembered by many as a petulant prima donna, an athlete who charms only when he is winning. He has shown a fast temper before, walking out of a BBC radio interview last year when he was asked whether he was an ‘inconvenient embarrassment’ to the authorities because his battle to take part in able-bodied competitions took them into ‘uncharted ethical waters’.
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Vielleich hatte er eben zwei Gesichter und nicht nur das Gute.