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The court overturned the verdict of culpable homicide - or manslaughter - and convicted him of murder.
Judge Masipa then sentenced Pistorius to six years in prison for murder, a term just one year longer than her original sentence for manslaughter.
They said that a judge 'overemphasised' Pistorius's disability and gave him a 'shockingly lenient' sentence that amounts to an 'injustice'.'Murder is murder,' chief prosecutor Andrea Johnson told a five-judge panel at the Supreme Court of Appeal in South Africa today.'There is no true, gut-wrenching remorse,' she added.
Nearly five years after the once-admired Olympic runner first appeared in court for shooting Ms Steenkamp multiple times through a closed toilet door at his home, his fate is still not certain.
The release of Pistorius, whose lower legs were amputated when he was a baby, was largely expected because he was sentenced under South African law to serve a short period of time in jail, or just one-sixth of the sentence.
Key evidence: Forensic analyst Colonel Johannes Vermeulen stands in front of the toilet door through which Oscar Pistorius shot Reeva Steenkamp while holding the cricket bat the athlete then used to break it down Prosecutors had pushed for a murder conviction, but the athlete maintained he fired in the mistaken belief an intruder was hiding behind the door, a defence that struck home in a country with one of the world's highest rates of violent crimes.
I still remember the scene very clearly,' he added.
Macabre: Blood is splattered across bathroom floor, most likely caused when Pistorius carried his girlfriend out of the toilet in a panic after, he claims, shooting her by accident believing she was an intruder Last month South African officials said Pistorius may be moved from prison to house arrest before the end of the summer, with Mr Modise adding: 'He has been recommended for correctional supervision on August 21'.
The insider said: 'Henke believes that the state did not present accurate information to the court and this was not challenged by Barry Roux, Oscar's lawyer.
This is the second time prosecutors have gone to the Supreme Court in the city of Bloemfontein to challenge a decision by Judge Thokozile Masipa, who presided over Pistorius's trial.
In 2015, prosecutors successfully appealed against Judge Masipa's ruling that Pistorius was not guilty of murder.
Pistorius previously spent a year at the max security Kgosi Mampuru II prison when he was initially convicted of culpable manslaughter.
Gang members, reportedly rule over prisoners at the facility, threatening to rape others, give them HIV or extort them for money'He thinks the information he has spent months researching is vital and proves that Oscar had no intention of killing the person behind the door.'He is convinced he has enough to convince appeal court judges that there has been a miscarriage of justice in the case and his research clears Oscar of murder.'On the day of the testimony, a police expert claimed Steenkamp was standing in a toilet cubicle facing the closed door when she was hit in the right hip by the first of four bullets fired by the double-amputee athlete.