Lawyer: Pistorius not getting 'special treatment'

Times journalist Lucy Bannerman has cited Oscar Pistorius' lawyer as saying that his client is not getting "special treatment" by being allowed to stay in a police station, rather than in prison.

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#Pistorius 's defence counsel told me after hearing, it was unusual to allow murder suspects to stay in a police station rather than prison.

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His lawyer says #Pistorius is not getting special treatment, by being allowed to stay in policestation; it's to accommodate visiting hours.

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Pistorius is 'humbled and broken'

A preacher who prayed with Oscar Pistorius yesterday in a police cell has told ITV News he "saw a very humbled and broken young man." The Paralympian is in court tomorrow charged with the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. He denies the charge.