Found February 17, 2013 on The Juicy Online:
PLAYERS: Oscar Pistorius
This could be the smoking gun, as investigators have found a bloody cricket bat at Oscar Pistorius home, according to a newspaper The City Press in South Africa.For right now, cops aren't saying if the bat was used by Pistorius girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in self-defense or if Pistorius used the bat to attack her -- either hitting Steenkamp with it or trying to knock down the bathroom door to get inside where Steenkamp was at.The report says that Steenkamp skull was CRUSHED IN in addition to the gunshot wounds. The newspaper is also quoting a source who is saying that, "There was lots of blood on the bat. Forensic tests will show whose blood it was."Pistorius is due back in court sometime next week.
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