Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP
Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP

Oscar Pistorius freed from jail after a year and will serve remaining five-year sentence under house arrest

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Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP
Oscar Pistorius is freed in line with South African sentencing guidelines that say non-dangerous prisoners should spend only one-sixth of a custodial sentence behind bars. Photo: AP
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