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  • Judge Gold felled by heart attack

    Judge Gold felled by heart attack
    Broward Circuit Judge Marc Gold suffered a heart attack while on vacation in South Africa earlier this month, according to his wife, Barbara Heyer, an attorney.
  • Pistorius has 'heightened fight response,' defense witness says

    Pistorius has 'heightened fight response,' defense witness says
    Double-amputee Olympic and Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius can't flee dangerous situations and has a "heightened fight response" due to his disability, a defense witness told his murder trial on Thursday. Pistorius, who had his lower-legs amputated...

    Veredicto sobre juicio a Oscar Pistorius se anunciará el 11 de septiembre

    PRETORIA (Reuters) - La jueza sudafricana Thokozile Masipa dijo el viernes que emitiría su veredicto sobre el juicio por asesinato al atleta olímpico y paralímpico Oscar Pistorius el 11 de septiembre. Pistorius, de 27 años, amputado de ambas piernas y...

    Defensa de Pistorius "carece de verdad", dice fiscal sudafricano en su intervención final

    PRETORIA (Reuters) - El fiscal Gerrie Nel pidió el jueves a la magistrada sudafricana que lleva el juicio por asesinato contra Oscar Pistorius que rechace la defensa de la estrella olímpica y paralímpica por ser "carente de cualquier verdad". Pistorius,...

    Oscar Pistorius defense team rests case in athlete's murder trial

    The defense team for Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius closed its case Tuesday in the murder trial of his girlfriend model Reeva Steenkamp, sending the trial into a new phase and ending months of emotionally wrenching cross-examination. The court was...