The judge in Oscar Pistorius' sentencing hearing has said that public opinion must play no role in the court's sentencing decision.
Judge Thokozile Masipa said the court should not take account of public opinion in determining sentence, no matter how "loud and persistent" it might be.
Pistorius' case has received widespread media attention.
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