The prosecution argument against bail begins. Gerrie Nell finds it:
Astonishing that two parties can have such diverse arguments about one set of facts
He argues that "I'm Oscar Pistorius, I'm a world renowned athlete" is not an exceptional circumstance in itself.
With regard to the cartridges discovered in Pistorius' bathroom, the prosecution lawyers says this backs claims of a deliberate killing at close range.
The prosecution says there is nothing exceptional as far as the applicant's personal circumstances go. He is a man of means.
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