Hilton Botha

Pistorius’s lawyers to consider crime scene picture

Oscar Pistorius's legal team will "discuss" its response to a recently released photo said to be of the bathroom where Reeva Steenkamp was shot.

Police cellphones with pictures of Pistorius ‘confiscated’

Police confiscated the phones of officers working on the Oscar Pistorius murder case when it came to light they had photographed him after his arrest.

Botha: Media offered money for Pistorius crime scene photos

Former investigating officer Hilton Botha has claimed media offered money for pictures of the door through which Oscar Pistorius shot his girlfriend.

Former lead investigator in Pistorius case resigns from SAPS

Hilton Botha has resigned from the South African Police Service, police have confirmed.

Botha ‘not unhappy’ about removal from Pistorius case

Hilton Botha has conceded that officers with more influence, and who will get results faster, have taken over the investigation against Pistorius.

Botha recalled for testimony despite attempted murder charges

Hilton Botha has been called back into court to continue his testimony on the second day of Oscar Pistorius's bail hearing.

Pistorius: Money can’t buy or bury justice, but it can tip the scales

By the time Oscar Pistorius stands trial for the murder of Reeva Steenkamp no stone will have been left unturned.

Pistorius: Police blunders tell all

The ridiculous police ­failures in the Oscar Pistorius case have shown to the whole world the sad state of affairs in the South African police.

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