The Countries Where Men Are More Likely to Get Light Sentences for Killing Women
As Oscar Pistorius is sentenced to just six years in jail for killing girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, Broadly asks the burning question: Where else can men murder their partners and go unpunished?
Pistorius Sentenced to Six Years in Prison for Murder of Reeva Steenkamp
Pistorius will need to serve at least half of his six-year sentence before becoming eligible for parole.
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Oscar Pistorius Removes Prosthetics in Sentencing Hearing for Murder of Girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
Oscar Pistorius appeared in court without his prosthetics in an attempt to request leniency in sentencing for the murder of his girlfriend.
VICE Sports World News Roundup: December 8
Platini appeals, Pistorius appeals, LeBron is slightly richer, and more from the world of sports.
Oscar Pistorius Found Guilty of Murder by South African Supreme Court
Paralympic gold medalist Oscar Pistorius has been found guilty of the murder of his former girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp by South Africa's supreme court.
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Idiots Plan to Turn Pistorius' Former Home Into "Party House"
Have fun partying alone, guys.
Five Things Men Utterly Ruined for Me in 2014
Sexism's had a strong year, so let's look back with misty eyes at all the misogyny and reactionary weirdness from horrible dude-bros.
Britain's Most Relentless Nudist Keeps Getting Locked Up
Stephen Gough won't let a bit of jail time stop him from walking around with his dick out.
South Africa's Gun Violence Crisis Claims National Soccer Team's Hero Goalkeeper
Senzo Meyiwa, 27, was shot and killed during a botched armed robbery. He is the latest victim of South Africa's ongoing gun violence problem.
Oscar Pistorius Didn't Get Away With Murder, But He Did Get Off Easy
What is it about elite athletes that lets them get away so easily, even when they're violent?
Famous Killers Don't Go To Prison: The Oscar Pistorius Story
Defense argues that the South African athlete doesn't deserve jail time because he's young, remorseful, vulnerable, and a first-time offender.