There was “non-stop shouting” at the home of Oscar Pistorius before his girlfriend was shot dead, it was claimed by prosecutors at a bail hearing today.
But that account has been challenged by the Paralympian’s lawyers, who have cast doubt on claims by the lead investigator.
His uncle said: "He’s not a violent person, he’s a peace-maker."
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