Tina, I agree, there are always two sides to a story, but sometimes I feel defense attorney's use their reasons for 'defense' as a way to get sympathy from the jury, because really, GAD? Kind of reminds me of trials where it seemed like the defense was looking for sympathy---the Menedes bros.---Casie Anthony. In Casie Anthony's trial the reason she was found innocent was because of the 'reasonable doubt' though----but I still found that verdict shocking. With all that said, the fact of the matter is Oscar Pistorius committed murder, and murder is against the law---he thought it was an intruder, but it wasn't, he should have made certain who was there in his bathroom-----if he truly didn't know. Why would an intruder be in the bathroom anyway? Why didn't he call out his girlfriends name to make sure it wasn't her etc. I don't know, seems to be a tough case, my prediction is he will be found guilty, but on lesser charges probably, and not do much time.