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Dewani trial a damp squib

CyberShrink explains why the state's case against Shrien Dewani was doomed even before it started.

The Dewani trial is a farce

With an apparently biased judge and a feeble prosecution the Dewani case is a travesty of justice. CyberShrink explains.

Oscar – the long-awaited verdict

Oscar’s received a lenient sentence, and with good behaviour, could be out of jail and back in the mansion in less than a year. CyberShrink comments.

Who’s on trial, Oscar or SA's prisons?

The general state of South Africa’s prisons may be deplorable, but according to CyberShrink, for the purpose of this phase of the trial, the fact is completely irrelevant.

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An open letter to Oscar

CyberShrink writes an open letter to Oscar Pistorius, with advice on how to rise above his recent past and, once again, become a useful, productive member of society.

Oscar – Roux's rants against the media

According to CyberShrink, Barry Roux, like Oscar Pistorius, prefers to blame others for anything that goes wrong and maintains that the charge of premeditated murder has in itself damaged Oscar.

Oscar's alarming array of ‘experts’

A lone voice in the wilderness, Nel reminded the court that a criminal sentence is intended to be beyond someone’s comfort zone, and that it’s irrelevant that it might not be enjoyed by the convict.

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