After nearly 2 hours this morning, a South African magistrate announced his decision in the bail hearing of double-amputee track star Oscar Pistorious.
Pistorious is accused of murdering his girlfriend, who he claims he mistook for an intruder before shooting her multiple times through a bathroom door. Only months ago, it seemed the world was his oyster.
He was regarded as a national hero after he broke barriers as the first amputee runner to compete at an Olympic games and he was deeply respected by his peers. The superstar athlete, the dead girlfriend and police detectives who may have bungled the investigation have many comparing the Pistorious case to that of OJ Simpson.
Joining us to consider that comparison are Judy Muller, a veteran journalist who covered the OJ Simpson trial, and former defense attorney Stan Goldman.